Dog friendly lodging in Mariposa

Restful Nest Bed and Breakfast

4274 Buckeye Creek Rd.
Mariposa, California 95338
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Local Phone: (209) 742-7127
E-mail: lois@restfulnest.com

Nestled in the beautiful foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in the heart of California Gold Country, you can experience old California hospitality with the flavor of Provence.

The Restful Nest is a place where you can relax in comfort. Situated on 11 acres of oak trees, this B&B is located just 40 miles from Yosemite National Park.

Amenities: a barbecue pit, picnic area, swimming pool, spa, and fishing pond, which is catch and release.

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: All sizes
  • Breed restrictions: No Pitbulls, German Shepherds or dobermans
  • Maximum number allowed: 2
  • Cost per dog: $10 Per Night
  • Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: Over 50%

Dog-friendly property amenities:

  • Home-baked dog cookies

You coming? <br/> Photo Credit: @rubyinthebay
You coming?
Photo Credit: @rubyinthebay
Open the windows and let your pup take in the smells as you drive Highway 140 from Merced to Yosemite’s El Portal/Arch Rock entrance. This route offers plenty of dog-friendly fun along its windy way, passing through the towns of Mariposa, Midpines and El Portal. If you are coming south on Highway 49, be sure to check out Coulterville, a monument to another time. We recommend staying in one of these historic towns before heading into the park. more »
River explores Hite Cove Trail - Photo Credit: @thewildriverflow
River explores Hite Cove Trail - Photo Credit: @thewildriverflow
The Highway 140 corridor through Mariposa County leads to the Arch Rock entrance to Yosemite National Park, offering plenty of dog-friendly lodging choices and recreational opportunities along its winding way. more »
Arch Rock entrance - Dave Eyenin (CC)
Arch Rock entrance - Dave Eyenin (CC)
While visiting Yosemite National Park might be the goal, a trip through the region is also about the journey. It would be a shame to arrive at the park’s Highway 140 (El Portal) entrance without having paused to explore Mariposa County along the way. Start in the town of Mariposa, the historic county seat, with breakfast at Jantz Bakery or lunch at the delightful Deli Garden Cafémore »
Zoe at Tuolumne South Fork. Photo by jenkinson2455 (CC)
Zoe at Tuolumne South Fork. Photo by jenkinson2455 (CC)
Highway 140 through Mariposa County leads to Yosemite National Park, but there’s so much for you and Fido to see and do along the way that you might want to start your trip a day early. Start in Mariposa, the historic county seat, with breakfast at Jantz Bakery or lunch at the delightful Deli Garden Café. For an afternoon diversion, visit Butterfly Creek Winery, which welcomes dogs in its tasting room and picnic area; or try some of the big reds for which the region is known at the dog-friendly Casto Fine Wine & Art tasting room downtown. more »
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