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If you are a dog owner who wishes you can do more activities with your dog(s) then you need to visit the Paw House Inn and Vermont in general. The experience of being able to do so much with our dogs, hiking, fishing, swimming and...More
My husband and I visited with our pug, Kitt. Despite less than ideal weather (very hot with thunderstorms), we had a wonderful time! Mitch, the host, was very welcoming and gave us good tips and great breakfasts. His dog, Stanley, was also great, and his...More
This was our first vacation with our dog and we had a great time!!!! Mitch had great dog friendly suggestions so we got to spend the whole vacation with our dog! We played in the dog park at the inn, went hiking and had dinners...More
Came here for a weekend getaway with my husband and dog. Everything was perfect. They gave daily suggestions for hikes based on the weather and for dog-friendly restaurants in the area. We loved our room (the Shakespeare room) and our dog could not have been...More
I saw this Inn online while I was looking for a place to stay with our 3 Border Collies..... I called and spoke to Mitch who is the owner and booked 3 nights there for myself and my daughter. Mitch mentioned that he would not...More
I've been exploring the area (staying at Okemo in Ludlow) for about a week now. Favorites were mountain hike (6 miles round-trip but no need to go the whole way up) in Okemo State Park and Buttermilk Falls (great swimming hole). Both great with the dog! Is there decent swimming down the gorge? And, bad idea to go on a Sunday? Any off-leash opportunities?
7 August 2015|
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Response from Paula D | Reviewed this property |
There is a reservoir in Chittenden (close to Rutland) that was great for swimming with the dogs. Mitch at the Pawhouse gave us direction. Also walking trails there but no off leash opportunities.
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"Bark Avenue is the largest room. It has a sitting area and a large balcony overlooking the grounds."