Bide-A-Wee Inn & Cottages

Bide-A-Wee Inn & Cottages

221 Asilomar Ave.
Pacific Grove, California 93950
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Reservation Phone: (855) 248-0267
Local Phone: (831) 372-2330

Bide-A-Wee Inn and Cottages is a quaint and quiet rustic inn on the tip of the Monterey Peninsula.

Approximately 90% of the rooms allow dogs (or cats). Nestled in a beautifully wooded area on Asilomar Boulevard  in Pacific Grove, the property is just a three-minute walk from the ocean, Point Pinos Lighthouse and the Pacific Grove Golf course.

Enjoy miles of beautiful walking and biking paths, or experience the "17 Mile Drive", one of the most famous and magnificent stretches of road in the country, which showcases the spectacular Pacific shoreline. 

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: Maximum of 70 lbs.
  • Breed restrictions: no pit bulls
  • Maximum number allowed: 1
  • Cost per dog: $ Varies. Please contact inn for pricing.
  • Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: Over 50%
  • Other comments: All dogs must be crated if left unattended.

Dog-friendly property amenities:

  • Dog Waste Bags

pet friendly dog friendly walking paths Asilomar Beach Monterey Bay Trail 17 Mile Drive

Winter beach dogs. Photo Credit: InstaDerek (CC)
Winter beach dogs. Photo Credit: InstaDerek (CC)
The California coast is nothing if not moody in late winter and early spring. Calm, crystal-clear days are interspersed with blustery gray ones, so it’s best to prepare for all possibilities. DogTrekkers who prefer cabin or cottage accommodations to standard hotels and motels will find a staggering selection of dog-friendly options along the Central Coast. more »
Dogs on edge of sea cliff
On the edge of the world. Cece S. (CC)
The California coast is nothing if not moody in late fall and early winter. Calm, crystal-clear days are interspersed with blustery gray ones, so it’s best to prepare for all possibilities. DogTrekkers who prefer cabin or cottage accommodations to standard hotels and motels will find a staggering selection of dog-friendly options along the coast. more »
dog running on beach in big sur
September on the California coast brings the clearest weather of the year, making it an ideal month to take in the scenery and chase waves. Our favorite dog-friendly coastal-cabin hideouts start with a trio of 1940s and ‘50s era motels—Sea Breeze Inn & Cottages,Andril Fireplace Cottages; and Bide-A-Wee Inn & Cottages—in the Monterey Peninsula town of Pacific Grove. All are within walking distance of dog-friendly Asilomar Beach and a gorgeous trail hugging the dramatic and much-photographed coastline.  more »
Beach Dogs in Pacific Grove
Pacific Grove, the picturesque community on the northern tip of the dog-friendly Monterey Peninsula, is cabin central for DogTrekkers who revel in coming back to a kitchen, a living area and maybe a fireplace after a brisk coastal stroll. more »
Starting at Castroville in the north and continuing 18 miles to Lovers Point in Pacific Grove, the paved Monterey Bay Coastal Trail provides endless opportunities for you and your leashed canine pal to sample incredible vistas and charming towns. Don't miss Asilomar State Beach in Pacific Grove, with waves to splash in and tidepools to explore. A bit inland, the Rip Van Winkle Open Space Dog Area offers the chance for off-leash exercise in a heavily forested walkway that's very popular with PG locals; head that way for a woodsy hike. more »

So many top-notch hotels accept dogs on the Monterey Peninsula that you could almost open a phone book, have Spot point to one at random and know you’ve made a good choice. But for our money, a property that borders on or is close to public land is a real plus. Being able to walk out the door and soak up scenery and fresh air without getting into a car can make a huge difference in the way you and your furry companion approach the day.  more »

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