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Fun for the Whole Family

At Martin Resorts, we understand that dogs are considered part of the family and we want your pet to be as comfortable as you are. No matter what your reason for traveling, rest assured your furry friend will enjoy a relaxing, comfortable stay in our California dog-friendly hotels.

Two of the five properties at Martin Resorts offer a limited number of pet-friendly rooms - Pismo Lighthouse Suites, and Inn at the Cove. Each dog-friendly property offers a range of amenities designed to accommodate both dogs and their owners. There is a small fee of $50 per night, per pet, with a two dog maximum per room, with a maximum fee of $150 per stay. Of this fee, 10% is donated to a local non-profit organization, Woods Humane Society, which is committed to saving and caring for unwanted animals in San Luis Obispo County. Before your stay, please review the dog policy for your hotel below. 

Pismo Lighthouse Suites Dog Policy  Inn at the Cove Dog Policy

Dog-Friendly Activities on the Central Coast

Let your dog lounge with you in a luxurious bed or enjoy a treat while you work or relax in your room. Planning an outing with your pet? Enjoy our complimentary pet-friendly guide you'll receive upon check-in to find the nearest pet-friendly spots and local pet stores. For guests who want to stay fit, there are plenty of dog-friendly trails and beaches you can visit with your pet. At Martin Resorts our exceptional dog-friendly lodging will provide both you and your furry friend with an ideal getaway. Superior service, modern amenities, and dedication to customer satisfaction set our pet-friendly properties apart from the rest. For additional information on pet-friendly amenities at Martin Resorts, contact our hotels directly.

#CentralCoasting with Man's Best Friend

Don't forget to share your pet's vacation with us! Tag your public Instagram photos with #CentralCoasting to be entered for a chance to win a one night's stay. Winners will be chosen monthly. Check out other entries here