Pet Friendly Hotel

We at the Cleone Gardens Inn thank you for thinking of your pet’s comfort, safety, and well being. After all, it’s your pet’s vacation too! Please know that all of our guest rooms are pet friendly. Pets are allowed in most areas of the inn and it’s grounds, except for the Glass Beach and Sandpiper rooms.  We ask that you use the utmost common sense and courtesy when approaching fellow guests, their pets, and our landscaping.

We are more than happy to loan, free of charge, sterilized stainless food and water bowls, nap blankets, dogie beach towels, leash, or mess towels, etc. Just let us know during office hours.

Pet Fees
$25.00 per pet.
Pet Fees are per stay, not per night.

A portion of your pet fee will be donated to one of our local shelters. The Cleone Gardens Inn thanks you for traveling with your pet.

Dog Friendly Beaches On the Mendocino Coast

  • MacKerricher State Park
    Located three miles north of Fort Bragg, and behind our Inn, in the community of Cleone. Dogs on leashes (no longer than 6 feet), are allowed on the beach but are not permitted on park trails.
  • Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens
    Located on the south end of Fort Bragg just off of Highway One. Well-mannered dogs on leashes are always welcome and enjoy free admission. Relish the day in the gardens and walking the spectacular ocean bluffs with your pet.
  • Noyo Beach
    The beach is a dog friendly off-leash play area for year round use. It is located in Fort Bragg at the Noyo River harbor. On the north end of the Noyo bridge, take North Harbor Drive left and follow the road and signs to the jetty.
  • Union Landing State Beach
    Located 15 miles north of Fort Bragg on Highway One, and 2 miles north of Westport. Dogs on a leashes (no longer than 6 feet), are allowed on the beach.
  • Mendocino Headlands State Park
    Big River Beach is on the south side of Mendocino. It is accessible by vehicle from the east side of Highway One. Dogs on leashes are allowed on the beach.
  • Van Damme State Park
    Located three miles south of Mendocino on Highway One. Dogs on leashes (no longer than 6 feet), are allowed on beach.