Killington, Vermont Pet Friendly Hotels & Lodging
Looking for a hotel in Killington, VT that you can bring your pet to? We made sure that each one of the hotels below are pet friendly, so you can enjoy your trip with your pet by your side! Once you have found a pet friendly hotel, you can book your stay instantly from our website or call 866-212-1803 to speak with a pet travel agent.
Browse Pet Friendly Hotels In Killington, Vermont
2685 Killington Road - Killington, VT (Map
Our dog friendly hotel offers you the choice of bringing all your family members along - even the furry ones!! We have been happy to host dogs at the Inn since 2004, and would love to welcome yours too. We have a staff full of dog lovers. We are happy to walk and water your buddy while you are out for the day. Our pet friendly rates are reasonable at $18/pet, per day.
375 Killington Rd, I-89 South At Exit #13, I-91north At Exi - Killington, VT (Map
Hillside Inn at Killington allows pets to accompany their people at their pet friendly accommodation. Up to 1 pet is welcome. The pet weight limit is 40 kilograms and the pet fee is $25 per accommodation, per night.
1810 Killington Road - Killington, VT (Map
Dogs stay FREE at Killington Rental Associates Vacation Rentals! Dogs of all types and sizes are allowed, as there are no weight or breed restrictions. Pet amenities include several fun and pet friendly activities in the Killington, VT area.
3609 River Rd - Killington, VT (Map
RiverView is pet friendly. Guests are welcome to bring 1 pet. The pet fee is $50 per pet, per stay.
3387 East Mountain Road - Killington, VT (Map
Pet guests are welcome at pet friendly Ski in & out Spruce Glen Townhomes on Great Eastern Trail. The pet fee is $80 per accommodation, per stay.
Stay 3 nights, get the 4th night free!
10 West Park Road - Killington, VT (Map
Dogs and cats of all types and sizes are allowed, and best of all, they stay FREE! Guests may bring 2 pets with them, with no weight limits or breed restrictions. Killington has many wonderful hiking trails, including the Appalachian Trail and Vermont's Long Trail, for you to wander in the woods of Vermont for your furry friend.