Massachusetts Dog-Friendly Restaurant Guide
There are now many choices for dining at
restaurants with your dog. From quick sandwich places to the fanciest sit-down restaurants, you can find a dog-friendly restaurant near you or on your travels.
These cities in Massachusetts have dog-friendly dining. Please check with them as outdoor seating is sometimes seasonal and dependent on weather and policies do change. Due to United States health code laws,
with few exceptions, dogs are allowed on patios and outside areas only in the U.S.
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US and Canada Dog-Friendly Restaurant Guide
Hyannis Port, Cape Cod, MA
Bed and Breakfast Inn in the
center of Cape Cod. A great place to call home while on the Cape
for you and your dog.
at Lake Joseph
Lakeside B&B retreat with a variety of summer and winter recreational activities and rooms with private sundecks, whirlpools & more.
100% nonsmoking hotel within walking
distance to downtown Amherst, Amherst College & UMass. All rooms with private bath, free wifi,
minifridge, microwave, coffee maker, iron/board and free local calls. $20 pet fee for the first
Crowne Pointe Historic Inn & Spa
Provincetown, Cape Cod
Let the pet pal you love travel in
luxury with you at Crowne Pointe... where Pets Are Welcome.
For work or play, what could be more wonderful than snuggling up with your
favorite furry friend during your stay?
Surfside Hotel and Suites
Provincetown, Cape Cod
Open seasonally from April through October, Surfside Hotel & Suites in Provincetown, Massachusetts welcomes guests
and pets with recently redecorated guestrooms, superb hospitality, and a fine array of amenities.
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