Pet-friendly Bucks County
Travelling with your pet in tow? Here’s your guide to visiting Bucks County with your dog and animal companions.
- Carriage House B&B pet friendly
Black Bass Hotel
Relax in the comfort of the sun room and listen to the soothing sounds of the nearby waterfalls with your pet by your side in The Baxter Suite, the only pet-friendly suite, at Black Bass Hotel. Tucked away in a wooded hillside, this charming suite is an ideal retreat for you and your four-legged friend.
Bridgeton House on the Delaware
Originally built in 1836 as a private family home, the Boat House Cottage is the only pet-friendly cottage on the Delaware perfectly situated near historic and vibrant New Hope. All pets must be under 25 pounds and will be charged an additional fee.
Candlewood Suites Bensalem
Located right off Lincoln Highway, this hotel is the perfect spot for you and your pup. If you’re planning to stay under six days, there is a one-time pet fee of $75 and your pup must be on a leash at all times.
Carriage House of New Hope
There is a $75.00 per night, per pet, nonrefundable pet fee, which will be charged at the time of your reservation booking. Let the hotel know prior to your stay if you will be bringing a furry friend and if a bed or bowl will be needed. No pets are to be left unattended in room at any time during your stay and must remain on a leash in terraced areas.
- Ghost Light Inn pet-friendly
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Ghost Light Inn
Bring Fido! There is a $75.00 per night, per pet, nonrefundable pet fee, which will be charged at the time of your reservation booking. Let the hotel know prior to your stay if you will be bringing a furry friend and if a bed or bowl will be needed. No pets are to be left unattended in room at any time during your stay and must remain on a leash in terraced areas.
Home2 Suites by Hilton
Relax on the sofa bed with your pup or go for a jog around Tyler State Park, located just a short drive away from this Warminster hotel. All pups under 50 pounds are welcome for an additional fee of $75 Take your pup for a jog around Tyler State Park, located just a short drive away from this Warminster hotel.
Hampton Inn Quakertown
Get treated like kings and queens in the historic city of Quakertown. Dogs of all sizes are allowed with a $10/night fee. Afterwards, take your pup on a walk by Lake Nockamixon and take a dip into the lake to cool off!
Homewood Suites Doylestown
Just a short drive from New Hope and Peddler’s Village, this hotel is the perfect spot for a getaway for the whole family (and your four-legged friend of course!). All pets under 20 pounds are welcome and subject to a $20 fee.
Residence Inn Philadelphia Langhorne
Give your pets a vacation where they are treated like family. Residence Inn welcomes you to bring along your furry friend to explore everything Bucks County has to offer.
Bucks County Breweries & Wineries
Many of the breweries along the Bucks County Ale Trail - like Neshaminy Creek Brewing, Naked Brewing, Moss Mill and more - are pup-friendly since they're outdoors. Same with the wineries. Just be sure to check in with the specific winery/brewery before you go.
Live nightly entertainment, good vibes, and great food will provide for a “paws-itively” awesome night at Bowman’s Tavern in New Hope.
Earl's New American
Spending the day in Peddler's Village? While pups are allowed to stroll the Village, not many restaurants have space for them - except for this delicious delight with a paw-fect patio!
Take a Beagle for brunch, a Labrador for lunch or a Dachshund for dinner to Genevieve’s and enjoy simple, quality dishes al fresco!
Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar
Grab something healthy over here in Newtown with Fido at their dog-friendly patio seating area.
Historic King George II Inn
Walk around Bristol Borough and then make a stop at this popular restaurant overlooking the gorgeous Delaware River with your Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and dine like royalty!
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Langhorne Coffee House
Enjoy breakfast or lunch in this quaint coffee shop featuring local fine artists and occasional live music. Your pup will receive complimentary water in a doggie bowl, and can choose a treat off the dog menu!
Maxwell's On Main
Bring your dogs to M.O.M's in Doylestown to enjoy some al-fresco dining on a nice spring or summer day. Relax along the sidewalk dining scene as you sip on craft beer and food. You and your pooch will appreciate the weather, the food and each other's company!
McCoole’s at the Historic Red Lion Inn
Enjoy the fresh air and fantastic food with your furry friend to the sizeable outdoor area at McCoole's in Quakertown.
Check out the charming Pineville Tavern with your equally charming pup and enjoy a piece of 18th century history as well.
Stella of New Hope
Being that the restaurant was named after a pooch, of course dogs are allowed to dine at the outdoor spaces!
Vault Brewing Company
If you’re walking down Main Street in Yardley, be sure to stop by Vault Brewing Company to grab a “brewski” with your “dogski."
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Core Creek Off-leash Dog Park
Set Fido free for a few hours of fun at the Core Creek Off-leash Dog Park. Let your canine companion stretch his legs and play with some of the other friendly dogs. What better way to show your pooch appreciation and love?
Delaware Canal Towpath
If you and your dog are up for a day full of trails and charming views, then the Delaware Canal Towpath is a must-visit on National Dog Day. Once home to working mule barges, it's now a perfect place for man's best friend. You'll both flip for the gorgeous scenery along the 60 mile stretch of towpath beside the flowing Delaware River. Remember to bring your pup's favorite treats for a snack along the way.
Peace Valley Park
From hiking to biking to picnicking, you and your favorite furry friend will have an amazing day at Peace Valley Park. Wander through Peace Valley's vast 1,500 acres and discover your new favorite spot with your pup. Play fetch in a grassy field or have a splash in the park's expansive Lake Galena.