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Dog Friendly in the Monadnock Region

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With so many possible accommodations for you and your pup, there’s no reason your beloved dog can’t join you on your Monadnock Region adventure. Be sure to post your puppy pics while here and tag us at #monadnockregion. We sure do love pets! 

Dog Friendly Hotels

Courtyard by Marriot | Keene
$45 per night fee for dogs

Fairfield Inn and Suites | Keene
$40 one time fee for dogs

Jack Daniel’s Inn | Peterborough
4 rooms available that allow pets, $40 one time fee

Chesterfield Inn | Chesterfield
$25 per pet, per day charge

Monadnock Inn | Jaffrey
Dogs allowed for a fee


Dort Road | Surry
A small trail of a dirt road (but Dort Road is not a typo!), this is a great spot to take your dog off leash. One thing to note is that during pheasant hunting season the mornings are busy with hunters and hunting dogs. It’s recommended you go in the late mornin/afternoon for a stroll. In the summer (not pheasant season) it turns into one of the more popular swim holes – a great place for pups and kids alike!

Luca’s Mediterrean Cafe | Keene
While dogs aren’t allowed inside here, Luca’s does have a water bowl outside and welcomes calm pups to dine outside with its owners when the weather hits just right!

Rail Trail | Throughout the region
Leashed dogs are welcome on all the rail trails, which do get busy with bikers and horseback riders in some spots.

Dogs on Depot | Peterborough
Whether you need to get your pup spruced up or are just looking to spoil her with a new toy, Dogs on Depot has just what you need.

Keene Confections | Keene
Grab a delicious cupcake, cookie, or even a toasty empanada for yourself and sweet homemade dog treat for the fur baby who loves you most!


Throughout the region there are several breweries with outdoor areas that allow dogs, these are just a handful!

Modest Man | Keene

Frogg Brewing | Marlborough

West LA Beer Company | Swanzey

Granite Roots Brewing | Troy

More To Explore

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3 Day Itinerary

Three days is just enough time to fall head over heels in love with The Monadnock Region. Here are some ideas of how to make

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Visit the Monadnock Region

Here, you can truly thrive, with things to do indoors and out, and endless places to explore, like:

  • Ashuelot River Park
  • Colonial Theatre
  • New England Art Exchange
  • Family farm stores
  • Monadnock Recreational Rail Trial
  • Cheshire Children’s Museum
  • And much, much more.

Explore the possibilities.

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