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Dog-Friendly Winter Getaways Within 2 Hours of Hoboken + Jersey City

by Gabrielle Buscema
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Hoboken and Jersey City have a lot to do in the winter and is scenic for every season, but if you’re in need of a quick winter trip and would like to bring your dog, we have the ultimate guide. Whether it’s hiking with your pup or getting cozy by the fire, there are a plethora of weekend getawayswithin two hours of Hoboken and Jersey City that welcome dogs.

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Emerson Resort + Spa | 5340 NY-28, Mount Tremper, New York

 

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This resort and spa has something for everyone in a group, including your pet. Several rooms in the Inn and Spa have been designated as pet-friendly so make sure to specify when booking.  Share a snowy hiking adventure with the pup, including Mount Tremper Trail, or head to the spa for some alone time and a CBD massage. Book a ‘pupgrade’ for dogs to enjoy upon check-in: he will receive a double-sided dog bowl, woof placemat, Emerson ball, dog biscuits, and Emerson Bandana For off-leash excitement, head to the Catamount Dog Park to watch dogs play in the snow. Diners can also bring their dogs to Woodnotes Grille at the lodge which has a doggy menu with grass-fed burgers and more.

Highland House | 131 Broadway, Cape May, New Jersey

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Cape May City’s beaches are pet-friendly only from November to March, which makes it an ideal winter destination. Highland House is a dog-friendly Bed and Breakfast with a fenced-in yard for a pup to enjoy. There is plenty to do with nearby antique fairs, flea markets, The Cape May Bird Observatory, nature trails, and the Lighthouse and Sunset Beach. Check out dog-friendly restaurants in the area here for some more ideas. 

Read More: A List of Dog-Friendly Breweries + Wineries in North Jersey

Hotel Fauchere | 401 Broad Street, Milford, Pennsylvania

 

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Located in the Poconos Mountains, pets will enjoy this winter escape just as much as humans. This hotel has a welcoming front porch that dogs love — and  in the winter, you can even dine inside the garden igloos. Take your pup for a hike up the Milford Knob Trail for views of the entire charming town. Nearby Log Tavern Brewing has an outdoor beer garden where pups are welcome.

Long Neck Inn | 30 Cutter Mill Road, Great Neck, New York

Long Neck Inn is a boutique hotel and inn located in the Catskill Mountains. Its location is where a now abandoned zoo was once was, it has five guest rooms named for animals who were once housed on the property as well as for campsites. The Elephant, Giraffe, and Menagerie rooms are pet-friendly.

Scribner’s Catskill Lodge | 13 Scribner Hollow Road, Hunter, New York

If looking for a modern vibe kind of getaway, Scribners features guest rooms and suites with a contemporary lodge feel. Scribner’s also welcomes well-behaved dogs into its Pupstater Program for a $50 nightly non-refundable fee for up to two dogs. Any additional dogs will need an additional $50 nightly fee. All “Pupstaters” will receive toys and treats to take home as well as bowls to use while visiting Scribner’s.

Tiny House Resort | 2776 County Road 23B, South Cairo, New York

Another Catskills retreat, this picture-perfect row of cute cabins is located in South Cairo, NY. Tiny House Resort offers The Green Bean cabin, a quaint little dog-friendly escape with tranquil views, a hot tub, and even a private entrance to the dog park. The cabin is also steps away from a waterfall and private fire pits.

The Stickett Inn | 3380 NY-97, Barryville, New York

The Catskills are always a fun getaway choice, but The Stickett Inn, located in Barryville, offers a lot more than cheeky puns this winter season. Located on the Delaware River, this property sits in the center of a small town with bars, a nearby brewery, and shops. The Inn has multiple pet-friendly suites, is very LGBTQ-friendly, and features a cider tasting room and taqueria. Check out the Barryville General Store for locally grown treats. The Hickok Brook Multiple Use Area is nearby, which is a 1,000-acre park with many trails — a departure from your pup’s daily trip to the dog park.

The Woodhouse Lodge | 3807 County Route 26, Greenville, New York

Built in 1962 as a “modern escape” for visitors, The Woodhouse Lodge is a 10-room hotel, restaurant, and bar in Greenville, New York. Visitors can relax beside a fire pit, outside on the property, or head out on a nearby adventure. Well-behaved dogs are allowed, with a $50 fee per dog.

Urban Cowboy Lodge | 37 Alpine Road, Big Indian, New York

 

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Pets are welcomed at Urban Cowboy Lodge by request only. The place advises guests to email before making a booking. There is a daily pet fee of $50 per day for each pet that will be coming to the resort. The only room that pets are welcome in is the Walden Forest Bathing Suites with Den — but if you can make it happen, it’s an idyllic setting.

Winvian Farm | 155 Alain White Road, Morris, Connecticut

 

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This luxury Connecticut getaway is perfect for dog lovers who appreciate New England’s charm. Multiple cottages are dog-friendly, be sure to specify when making a reservation. The private Greenhouse Cottage is one example — it has a wood-burning fireplace, a  jetted tub, and a glass-canopied living room. Winivan also provides farm-to-table dining, spirit tastings, bonfires, and painting and yoga events. The expansive property will be fun for any pup to explore as well: there are two ponds on site and endless smells.

See More: A List of Dog-Friendly Places in Montclair

Winwood Inn + Condominiums | 5220 NY-23, Windham, New York

With comfortable accommodations in the heart of Windham, Winwood Inn is just a minute’s drive from Windham Mountain and the downtown main street. There is onsite dining at Tavern 23 — and other amenities include a game room, movie theatre, seasonal outdoor pool, pet-friendly rooms, and free shuttle service to Windham Mountain. Winwood Inn and Condominiums allow two dogs up to 30 lbs for an additional fee of $50 per stay. Dogs are not permitted in the condos. Only two rooms are pet-friendly so book accordingly.

Blue Fox Motel | 5670 NY-97, Narrowsburg, NY

The Blue Fox Motel in Narrowsburg is known for its dog-friendly premises, which are small self-standing cottages near the center of the property. In the summer, there’s a pool and trails to walk. In the winter, it’s worth snuggling up with your pup in the mountains, after a nice walk around the downtown of Narrowsburg — which takes its name from the small, narrow rock canyon easily seen from the bridge. The canyon, only 200 feet wide, is the narrowest point of the entire Delaware River main stem.

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge | 60 Furman Street, Brooklyn, New York

 

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If you are not into winter activities but still want to experience something unique for the season, plan a staycation at 1 Hotels in Brooklyn. The Polar Lounge pop-up will debut at Harriet’s Rooftop Bar. Guests and their pups can experience the skyline views, ice bar cocktails, and custom frozen art. The pop-up will be around through February, but book a luxury dog-friendly room at the hotel anytime here.

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