Dog Friendly Vacation Rental Brandywine Valley Pa

If you are planning to visit the Brandywine Valley with your best friend, consider Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast.   We have two 2 story cottages on the grounds and both have pet friendly fenced in yards so you can safely let your canine friend out.   Make the most of your pet friendly vacation in Pennsylvania.   In addition, one of the rooms in the main house is dog friendly.   Located in Chester Heights, we are located five miles south of Media, Pa., four miles north of Chadds Ford, Pa., 11 miles north of Kennett Square, Pa. and six miles east of West Chester, Pa.   Plus we are only a half hour from Philadelphia Wilmington, Delaware.    So when you are looking for a pet friendly hotel with a fenced in yard in the Brandywine Valley area be sure to check us out.  You might be receiving less than you or your fur baby deserve if you choose a regular hotel room.

In addition to being centrally located for your visit to southeast Pennsylvania, we are near lots of parks and walking trails where dogs are friendly.  In fact, Hamanassett has  printed a list of places where you can walk, hike, and even dine with your canine friend and we will be happy to give you a copy when you check in.  Just ask us for it.

Below is just one of our dog friendly cottages.  Tucked away in the woods behind the barn, it is our most private accommodation.   Both cottages have two bedrooms and either 2 1/2 baths or 1 1/2 baths plus a living room, dining room, and fully equipped kitchen so we are perfect for your long term family vacation to southeast Pennsylvania.  The fence wraps around the front of the Meadow Cottage so when you sit on our front porch and gaze at the horses grazing in the meadow you can have your best friend with you.   Talk to us about reduced rates for stays of a week or longer. 

The Meadow Cottage is a quaint 2 bedroom cottage in the Brandywine Valley.

Meadow Cottage at Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast

Even the horses at Hamanassett are dog friendly.

Making new friends at Hamanassett

Even the horses at Hamanassett are dog friendly.  There are many pet friendly restaurants in the Brandywine Valley as well as pet friendly activities to enjoy with your dog.  Of course, you will want to check with each location to see what their regulations are.  Restaurants in our area offer dog friendly dining outside only and in season.   The number of dog friendly tables range from two tables up to eight so talk to Ashley about making dinner reservations for you and your furry friend.  Or check the  restaurant guide on our web site for restaurants that accept dogs.

 

There are several parks near Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast where your dog is welcome.  These include:

Rose Tree Park in Media – about 10 minutes from Hamanassett.  Open from 8AM until dusk.  122 acre park.   Your dog must keep you on a leash.

Newlin Grist Mill in Glenn Mills – 5 minutes from Hamanassett.   Open 9-dusk seven days a week with free admission.  160 acres.

Beautiful area to walk your dog.

Wawa Preserve

Wawa Preserve – Middletown Township-  127 Valley Road Media.  5 minutes from Hamanassett.  You will find 98 acres with a 3-6 mile hiking trail.   At one time it was owned by Wawa and was used to graze cattle for the Wawa Dairy.   This is now part of the Natural Lands Trust and is the oldest and largest land conservation in the Greater Philadelphia area.  Your dog is most welcome as long as he keeps you on a leash.  While walking you will enjoy a variety of habitats including forest and open meadows along the Rocky Run Creek.  When you arrive at Hamanassett ask Ashley or Glenn for a map of the preserve.  

Darlington Walking Trail – 1/2 mile from Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast and adjacent to Chester Creek.  2-3 mile path.  

Here are a few friendly tips to think of when you travel with your dog:

Be sure he has a tag.

Make sure his vaccinations are up to date.

Don’t leave your dog in the car.  Even when it doesn’t feel hot to you, temperatures in cars can quickly exceed 110 degrees and lead to heat stroke.  Heat stroke signs include rapid panting, weakness, vomiting, thick and sticy saliva and diarrhea.  If you see any of these signs you should immediately remove him from the heat and apply ice packs or clothes dipped in cool water to his head and neck.

Always keep a bowl and fresh water nearby when out with your dog.

Now that you have learned about Pet Friendly Lodging in the Brandywine Valley, check our rooms and make your reservation to stay at pet friendly Brandywine Valley bed and breakfast.