Maya and Roxanne on the deck of Ruthie’s Cabin at Nick’s Cove. Photo by Dave Kendrick.
Take a gorgeous national seashore and sprinkle in some intriguing history. Then, add luxury cottages, an oyster bar, and a restaurant. Give it a shake, and what do you get? Nick’s Cove
Restaurant, Oyster Bar & Cottages, a dog-friendly, boutique resort on Tomales Bay in Marin County, just outside Point Reyes National Seashore
Since the 1930s, the cozy cabins at Nick's Cove have accommodated sightseers, fishing fans and outdoor adventurers exploring the beautiful Tomales Bay coast. Book direct and save
Seven of Nick’s 12 cottages are dog-friendly, with tons of treats for people and pups. Room amenities include down comforters, wood-burning fireplaces and heated bathroom floors, and some accommodations have wraparound porches and water views.
Dogs get spoiled with comfortable beds and water bowls. Four-legged friends can also join their people on a waterfront patio, with restaurant service for breakfast, lunch, dinner and cocktail hour.
There are a couple special things to note about this April. All month long, Nick’s Cove will be making home-made
dog treats that their four-legged guests will receive upon arrival. Also, you will be able to enjoy newly revamped and rejuvenated cottages.
What else can you do here besides eat, drink, rest and watch the water? Stop in Point Reyes Station for picnic fare and famous artisan cheeses by Cowgirl Creamery
. Then head to Limantour Beach
, Dillon Beach
or other dog-friendly strands where your pup can run and splash.