The Noyo Harbor Inn is a pet friendly environment, with pet friendly rooms, dog walking areas, and outdoor pet friendly dining options. As well, the surrounding outdoor areas of the Noyo Harbor, Fort Bragg and the many state parks have pet friendly rules and areas to make sure your visit includes fun with all your traveling companions.
Half of the Noyo Harbor Inn’s 15 spacious rooms accommodate pups. Choose from king and queen options with soaking tubs, fireplaces and decks—plus views of gardens, the harbor, the river, and the distant Pacific Ocean. Thoughtful amenities and historic architecture round out the guest experience.
The Noyo Harbor fishing village sets an engaging backdrop for a Noyo Harbor Inn stay. Walk your dog around the village, or plan adventures at local state parks, beaches and attractions. Ride the famous Skunk Train. Admire shimmering Glass Beach at sunset. Photograph Fort Bragg murals. You’ll find plenty of fun for you and your four-legged friends.
Experience classic Mendocino County on the California Western Railroad’s Redwood Route, a logging-era line established in 1885. Pungent odors produced by early-1900s motorcars earned the route its Skunk Train nickname. Today, the Skunk Train’s refurbished (and very dog-friendly!) steam- and diesel electric-powered cars still showcase old-growth forests. Guests of the Noyo Harbor Inn receive a 25% discount for both two and four-legged riders.