Pet Friendly Hotels in West Virginia

Pet Friendly Hotels in WV

With its low, rolling mountains, tranquil forests, shining lakes, quaint and charming mills, bridges, and homes, and unique and storied history, West Virginia is a beautiful and intriguing place to visit.

Pets can have a great time visiting West Virginia, too. If you’ll be traveling here with your pet, you’ll find plenty of things to do that you’ll both enjoy, from fishing, to hiking, to taking a scenic road trip through the state. There are also a number of dog parks in West Virginia, in and around cities like Morgantown, Fairmont, and Charleston, where you and your pet can stretch your legs and enjoy a game of fetch.

Pets are welcome to stay in any number of pet friendly hotels, motels and vacation rentals in West Virginia. Whether you’re just looking to crash for the night after a long day of sightseeing, or you want to stay awhile in a cozy bed and breakfast, there’s something for you - and Fido - in the Mountain State.

Top 10 Pet Friendly Cities in West Virginia
Charleston, Huntington, Morgantown, Beckley, Martinsburg, Bluefield, Lewisburg, Barboursville, Bridgeport, Ripley

West Virginia Top Picks

Huntington, West Virginia
Pet guests are welcome at pet friendly Delta Hotels by Marriott Huntington Downtown. Each room can have no more than 2 pets which can be up to 23 pounds.
Beckley, West Virginia
Fairfield Inn & Suites By Marriott Beckley welcomes four-legged guests at their pet friendly accommodation.
Ripley, West Virginia
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites RIPLEY welcomes pets at their pet friendly accommodation.
Barboursville, West Virginia
BEST WESTERN Huntington Mall Inn is pet friendly. Guests are welcome to bring their four-legged companions along.
Huntington, West Virginia
Log Cabin in the Field welcomes four-legged guests at their pet friendly accommodation. Up to 25 pound or less pets are allowed in each room. Only Dogs Are Allowed.
Logan, West Virginia
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites is pet friendly. Guests are welcome to bring their four-legged companions along.