Dog-friendly Noyo Harbor Inn

Noyo Harbor Inn

Noyo Harbor Inn
Noyo Harbor Inn

500 Casa Del Noyo
Fort Bragg, California 95437
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Local Phone: (707) 961-8000
E-mail: [email protected]

Fresh from a six-year, $1.6 million renovation, the Noyo Harbor Inn, a 15-room, craftsman-style B&B, accents its more than century-old heritage with refreshed décor complimenting its historic character.

Set on a bluff above the Noyo River, it offers easy access to the river, harbor, off-leash beach, walking trails and gardens. Dogswelcome in designated rooms (with hard floors).

Whether you are looking for safe harbor after a long voyage or ready to explore the northern coast by land, water and sea, Noyo Harbor Inn provides seclusion, comfort and a rich environment to care for your every need and desire.

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Comment from the management: "“Your pets are an important part of your family and we welcome them with open arms. With plenty of open space to roam, pet-friendly dining areas and a beautiful harbor and off-leash beach to explore on foot, The Noyo Harbor Inn is the perfect place for your entire family – both 2 and 4 legged.”"

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: All sizes
  • Breed restrictions: None
  • Maximum number allowed: 3
  • Cost per dog: $45 Per Stay
  • Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: Over 50%

Pacific sunset at the Little River Inn. Photo by Dave Kendrick.
Pacific sunset at the Little River Inn. Photo by Dave Kendrick.
Mendocino County may be within a day-trip drive of most of the Bay Area, but we encourage you to snuggle up with your pup at one of our dog-passionate lodging partners. DogTrekker’s editors love staying in Mendo and have personally experienced all of these pup-friendly properties. Go north along the coast from Little River to Fort Bragg to find the Little River Inn, the Stanford Inn, Beach House Inn, Beachcomber Motel, Surf & Sand Lodge and the Noyo Harbor Innmore »
Mendocino sunset. Photo by Dave Kendrick.
Mendocino sunset. Photo by Dave Kendrick.
Mendocino County is a DogTrekker favorite for so many reasons. That is why we have partnered with so many hotels, inns, resorts, cabins and glamping properties over the years.

You will find accommodations to fit any taste and budget. The Stanford Inn by the Sea, Little River Inn, Noyo Harbor Inn, Sheep Dung Cottages, Baechtel Creek Inn, Beachcomber Properties and Mendocino Grove luxury camping are great examples of the diversity of choices. more »
Maya hiking at Noyo Headlands Park. Photo by Dave Kendrick.
Maya hiking at Noyo Headlands Park. Photo by Dave Kendrick.
The active Noyo Harbor fishing village sets an engaging backdrop for a Noyo Harbor Inn stay. Walk your dog around the village, or plan adventures at the area’s state parks, beaches, botanical gardens 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. more »
Paws for dinner on the patio
Perched on the river’s edge, the inn’s Harborview Bistro and Bar offers indoor dining and open-air deck and garden seats. Pup-friendly patio spots fill up fast, especially on sunny summer evenings. Local, organic elements headline the brunch, happy hour and dinner menus crafted by Executive Chef Fabrice Jean-Pierre Duboc. more »
Best in show: Dog-friendly Noyo Harbor Inn
Welcome to Fort Bragg, where dog-friendly rooms at the Noyo Harbor Inn overlook the tree-lined Noyo River. The inn features waterfront patio dining, spa services and authentic Craftsman details dating back more than a century.

It also serves as an upscale home base for enjoying canoe routes, coastal trails, photo walks and Skunk Train rides. The historic line travels Mendocino County’s classic Redwood Route, providing a dog-friendly introduction to the region’s scenic highlights. more »
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