Pet Travel in PA

Our Siberian Husky Lena
When we moved to Italy in 1996 with our Siberian Husky Tasha in tow, we were surprised and delighted to learn that she was welcome at most hotels and restaurants. We spent a great three years seeing Europe while people from all over met and admired Tasha. When we eventually returned to the United States it was tough to get used to the “no pets allowed” routine. Fast forward a few years – Tasha is no longer with us but the lovely Lena is and we are very excited about the recent shift toward pet-friendly travel in the USA. We are also happy to be part of it by allowing pets in some of our rooms. Lena has played hostess to wide range of dogs both small and large. If you are looking for a pet friendly hotel in Pennsylvania you’ve found it! The Lehigh Valley is full of pet friendly activities. Some of Lena’s favorites: Jacobsburg Park, Delaware Water Gap, Lehigh Canal Towpath Trail, mingling in downtown Easton at the farmer’s market (especially during the annual Pet Parade) and dining alfresco at Sette Luna. Also the Lafayette College Campus and historic College Hill Neighborhood provide perfect daily walking routes.

When you travel with your pet follow a few simple guidelines so that this travel segment continues to grow and your pet becomes welcome in more and more places. No paws on that expensive duvet (bring your own sheet to put over the bed if you know this will be difficult). Keep your dog on a leash at all times – You may trust your dog completely but you never know what someone else or some other dog will do. Wag more than you bark!
We’d love to meet you and your dog! Come see us – Paul, Laura & Lena