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Bring your furry family & stay in Myrtle Beach pet-friendly hotels!
Ready to plan your next Myrtle Beach vacation, but don’t want to leave Fido or Felix at home while you go?
No problem! Nowadays many of the best Myrtle Beach hotels are pet-friendly, with some even going as far as to offer special accommodations for your beloved companions when you visit Myrtle Beach.
There are a number of dog hotels in Myrtle Beach which also offer great amenities and locations for you and your family and are within the wag of a tail from the area’s fine Barc Park dog park facilities — located at Surfside Beach, The Market Common, Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach.
If you visit in the offseason you can also let your dogs enjoy a walk on the beach, as pets are allowed in the sand from Labor Day until May 1 in most areas. There are even a number of Myrtle Beach restaurants which allow dogs and pets including popular spots like T-Bonz, Dick’s Last Resort, Molly Darcy’s, Wild Wing Cafe, Tofino’s, Pawleys Island Tavern and Bruster’s Ice Cream (which offers free sundaes with crumbled bones on top, just for your pet).
And if you just want to keep your pets nearby, there’s plenty of pet boarding options and kennels to choose from as well.
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