Explore Canada’s stunning scenery with your favourite four-legged companions – these seaside inns, grand five-star hotels and charming chalets go out of their way to make pets and their humans feel at home.*
Windsor House of Saint Andrews in Saint Andrews, New Brunswick
Windsor House of Saint Andrews in Saint Andrews
A beautifully-preserved historic inn, Windsor House of Saint Andrews overlooks Navy Island and is only a few minutes' walk from Passamaquoddy Bay. The inn’s pared-down decor and spacious bedrooms offer every creature comfort, while downstairs your furry companion will find complimentary pet bowls and a secluded garden to play in.
La Maison Mer de Cocagne in Cocagne, New Brunswick
La Maison Mer de Cocagne in Cocagne
La Maison Mer de Cocagne fully embodies North America’s whimsical stick style architecture, with pitched gable roofs, snug bedrooms and a spacious porch. Guests love the gigantic English and Irish breakfasts and pets jump at the chance to explore the big garden.
Gîte entre chien et loup in Gaspé Peninsula, Quebec
Gîte entre chien et loup in Gaspé Peninsula
Ironically for a property name that translates to ‘cottage between a dog and a wolf’, Gîte entre chien et loup only has a resident cat. As long as they can play nicely with others, pets are welcome at this seaside cottage. With a large garden and a sun terrace overlooking the Saint Lawrence River, this property provides you with a front row seat for admiring Canada’s natural beauty.
The Hazelton Hotel in Toronto, Ontario
The Hazelton Hotel in Toronto
With an inhouse pet grooming and dog walking service, it’s difficult to tell whether people or pups get more pampered at the five-star Hazelton Hotel. While pets are getting a makeover, their owners can enjoy a screening at the hotel’s private cinema, visit nearby Queen’s Park or explore the fashionable Yorkville neighbourhood.
B&B Art of Germany in Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia
B&B Art of Germany in Kejimkujik National Park
A remote chalet in the atmospheric Kejimkujik National Park, B&B Art of Germany provides traditional Canadian hospitality with a Germanic menu. Start your day with a hearty breakfast, spend a day exploring the park, and then curl up next to the logfire with some homemade mulled wine and your pets.
Summit Lodge Boutique Hotel Whistler in Whistler Blackcomb, British Columbia
Summit Lodge Boutique Hotel Whistler in Whistler Blackcomb
At Summit Lodge Boutique Hotel Whistler, the staff go out of their way to provide every guest with a true winter wonderland experience. The hotel itself is built in the style of a traditional Alpine lodge, with log fireplaces, cosy sitting rooms and a never-ending array of hot meals to keep the cold at bay. Pets are very welcome here, although be warned that you may struggle to shift them from their spot by the fire.
Seawind Landing Country Inn in Charlos Cove, Nova Scotia
Seawind Landing Country Inn in Charlos Cove
Seawind Landing Country Inn overlooks Tor Bay and provides guests with mesmerising views of the ocean as they enjoy a seasonal, organic breakfast. Make sure to grab one of the Inn’s delicious packed lunches and spend the day by or on the water with your fluffy travelling companion.
** These accommodations were the most highly rated by Booking.com customers as 'pet friendly'.