Top 6 Peaceful Places for Women To Explore with Pets

Many women are the emotional centers of their families. In our modern world they often work full time even as they take on the primary responsibility of child-rearing, care for parents or other loved ones, and often do most of the housework. It’s no wonder that women get overwhelmed and need some time away.

But taking time away doesn’t always mean living your favorite puppy behind. If you want to travel with your canine companion, you may need to do some extra research to make sure that your destination is pet friendly. Many locations even offer special amenities for your four footed friends.

Find some peaceful and beautiful places to explore, especially if you’re bringing your pets along for the ride.

Big Bear Vacations

As a year-round vacation destination, the California community of Big Bear Lake can’t be beat. Located just a bit northeast of San Bernadino, the lake itself is the biggest recreation lake in southern California. With activities and events throughout the area, visitors are sure to enjoy themselves. Around the lake itself, leisure activities and outdoor adventures provide visitors all the possibilities they can imagine.

If you want to bring your pets with you to Big Bear Lake, a number of accommodations are pet friendly. Instead of trying to find a baby-sitter for your lovely companion, you may enjoy a vacation rental without needing to leave your most beloved friend behind.

Salamander Resort and Spa

If you’re looking for a spa weekend, Salamander Resort & Spa in Middleburg, Virginia, is an excellent choice. Located in the heart of Virginia’s hunt country, the community is full of horses and people who love them. The historic shopping district offers unique stores, high end boutiques, and equestrian shopping.

Few spas around the country are pet-friendly, so Salamander stands out from the competition due to its pet friendly policies. Get a relaxing facial, enjoy the time in the countryside, and keep your treasured dog nearby.

Hyatt Regency in Scottsdale

If you’re looking for the desert version of Miami, the Arizona city of Scottsdale is a pretty close match. With a vibrant nightlife, a wide array of shopping opportunities, and significant arts and culture venues, Scottsdale is a fantastic location for those who want to party, shop, and enjoy what the world has to offer.

The hotel itself is a work of art, with flowering cactus, framed by the McDowell Mountains, and nearby to amazing outdoor adventures. The hotel itself offers golf, a water park, and spa opportunities. If you like your relaxation to come with a side of excitement, this vacation might be just right for you. And of course, the Hyatt Regency has a number of pet friendly rooms.

Mountain Top Inn and Resort

Looking for a winter get away with your favorite canine companion? Chittenden, Vermont, offers year round beauty, from the warmth and excitement of summer to the beauty of leaf seasons, to the outdoor opportunities in winter. This resort offers your dog their own bed, food and water bowls, and a special welcome treat of a cookie.

Bring your favorite canine companion with you to this gorgeous resort.

Red Mountain Resort

If you want to see the red rock areas but you don’t want to leave your puppy behind, the Red Mountain Resort in Utah is a fantastic choice. Human visitors get unforgettable hiking tours, amazing dining options and an unbelievable spa, while dogs are greeted with food and water bowls and organic treats. While you may enjoy your health lecture or evening yoga session nearby a large breath-taking canyon, the resort would accommodate dogs in its huge backyard, giving them plenty of room to romp and play. Some of the resort activities even include puppy friends.

The Muse

This New York City hotel is so committed to its pet friendliness that it even has a Director Of Pet Relations. Ginger the teacup Pomeranian is happy to make sure that all accommodations are pet friendly and delightful to dogs. Of course the amenities for humans are lovely as well, from the proximity to Times Square to the options for in-room pedicures and welcome packages.

Wherever you’re looking to travel, if you search hard enough, you can probably find pet friendly amenities for you and your favorite pup to vacation together. Even if you are seeking around a particular location in other resort communities, you may be able to search local websites to find listings of cabins, rental homes, and resorts, which are friendly to pets. This can take a lot of the hassle out of organizing a trip.

If you want to vacation on your own, then you should, but if you want to bring your four legged friend with you, find a pet friendly destination and enjoy the trip with your best friend.

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