Heading to Napa Valley? Bring along your four-legged friend. But first, check out this list of pet-friendly hotels, along with guides and helpful tips to make your stay a happy one.
You'll find a variety of hotels here to suit you and your pet -- from luxury to budget-friendly, based on good reviews and amenities. Explore them here before you go.
And if you have something to do in Napa Valley that's not dog-friendly (hey, it happens)... scroll to the bottom of this page for boarding and daycare options.
1711 Lincoln Avenue, Calistoga, California * cottagegrove.com
Make your pooch or kitty feel right at home. The Cottage Grove Inn aims to please its guests with comfy accommodations that include your furry friend. Your small pet is welcome here with extras, such as a pet bed, water bowl and treats. Expect to pay $50 extra per night for your pet.
Sixteen private cottages are nestled among mature elm trees, offering peaceful retreats with sit-a-spell porches inviting you and your four-legged companion to relax a while. Vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, big-screen TVs and wood burning fireplaces are just the beginning. Treat yourself to a soaking tub (big enough for 2), luxurious linens, plush robes, plus enjoy complimentary WiFi, bicycles, picnic baskets and much more.
875 Bordeaux Way, Napa, California * meritagecollection.com
This luxurious hotel and spa knows how to pamper its guests -- including your dog. Your pet will be treated to a plush dog bed, his own dog bowl to take home with him, and a bag of treats. A $50 pet deposit is required.
Whether you're relaxing in your beautiful room or suite, indulging in spa treatments at legendary Spa Terra or savoring a meal on the terrace of elegant Olive & Hay restaurant, you'll enjoy warm hospitality at every turn. Bonus: Meritage Resort and Spa is just minutes from several popular wineries.
6526 Yount Street, Yountville, California * bardessono.com
Eco-friendliness and contemporary luxury come together at LEED certified Bardessono, recognized as one of the greenest properties in the U.S. Private patios, in-room spa treatments, and on-site Lucy Restaurant beckon visitors looking for a haven to renew, indulge and unwind.
Your well-behaved dog can relax with you poolside, take a stroll through the garden, and delight in special treats. Want to dine with your dog on the restaurant's patio? You can do that here. Of course, indulging your pet at this luxurious hotel comes at a price; expect to pay a $200 cleaning fee.
945 Hartle Court, Napa, California
Opened in 2016, Hampton Inn has a lot to offer guests, including 115 of the most affordable rooms and suites in the valley. Dog-friendly rooms are available for an added $150 fee.
Accommodations are clean and comfortable -- all are furnished with refrigerators, free in-room WiFi and flat-screen TVs. There is also an on-site 24-hour fitness center and outdoor pool. Just minutes from downtown Napa, you're close to the historic Uptown Theatre, wine tasting rooms, and Riverbend Plaza, with delightful eateries, shops and beautiful waterfront views.
1312 Main Street, St. Helena, California * fideaux.net
This fun and friendly boutique in St. Helena is a haven for pet-lovers. You'll find a staggering array of top-quality leashes, collars, bowls and beds here. Stock up on gourmet dog and cat food, plus organic treats for the discriminating palate. And don't forget toys, clothes and more adorable items to spoil your fur baby. Of course, your pet is welcome to browse this shop, too.
1003 Los Carneros Avenue, Napa, California * bonnydoonekennel.com
Bonny Doone Kennel sits across the road from the Carneros Resort, offering boarding and daycare for your dog or cat. Owner Rhonda Lauritsen and her team know their stuff and get rave reviews from their clients. You have a wealth of options for boarding -- from indoor/outdoor dog suites (some patios have a vineyard view) to multi-level kitty condos (in a separate, quiet building overlooking a garden) this friendly place has plenty to offer even the most pampered pet.
49 Enterprise Ct., Napa, California * ruffhotels.com
Family-owned, this daycare/hotel is basically built for dogs, but does offer a cat condo under its "extras." Whether you're away for a few days or a few hours, Ruff promises to play, amuse and pamper your pooch until you return. Tummy rubs and games of fetch cost extra. This 32-room boutique hotel gives your dog options, from the basic to the executive suite. Fido can frolic to his heart's content in the expansive indoor play area or step outdoors to romp, run and jump, plus take a splash in the wading pool.