Rustic Cottages Resort

Rustic Cottages Resort

7449 North Lake Blvd.
PO Box 18
Tahoe Vista, California 96148
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Local Phone: (888) 778-7842

The Rustic Cottages received The California Dog Lovers' Companion Golden Bone Award for being dog friendly.

The 19 Tahoe-style cottages, each with a private bath, are on a two-acre property centrally located on Tahoe's North Shore.

Please note that pets are not allowed on furniture. Bring sheets if yours might take an unauthorized jump. Call ahead when bringing a pet to stay with you.

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: All sizes
  • Breed restrictions: None
  • Maximum number allowed: 3
  • Cost per dog: $20 Per Night
  • Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: Less than 50%
  • Other comments: Dogs can be only left alone in room if in crate.

Dog-friendly property amenities:

  • Dog Waste Bags
  • Dining/water bowls, Tahoe, Dog Friendly, Cabins, Cottages, Lodging, Lake Tahoe, Dogs, Winter, Summer

You’ve seen the news…and you know that Lake Tahoe has been inundated with snow this season. That’s a great turn of events not just for skiers and boarders, but for any brand of DogTrekker who enjoys navigating in and around the white stuff. We’ve sniffed out umpteen places where you and your four-legged snow angel will be welcome. Here are a few. more »
Tahoe beach dog. Photo Credit: Reno Tahoe (CC)
Tahoe beach dog. Photo Credit: Reno Tahoe (CC)
After Labor Day, tourist crowds vanish from Lake Tahoe and locals take a breather. DogTrekking visitors can take a deep breath, too, with easy-to-get reservations at pet-friendly properties including North Shore fave Holiday House, an affordable find  offering six pet-friendly lakefront suites with kitchens in Tahoe Vista. more »
Dog sleeping on surf board in a lake
Get away from it all in Tahoe. Carolyn Capitolo (CC)
The Sierra Nevada has already received its first dustings of snow, which means it’s time to lay plans for a winter visit to Big Blue. You’ll beat the crowds (and higher holiday prices) by planning a Tahoe visit before Dec. 15 or after the New Year’s holiday. November is also a great time to check out new digs, and we have some suggestions. more »
Rustic Cottage
If crowds get you down, visit Lake Tahoe in September or October. You won’t quite have the place to yourselves, but relative to summer holiday weekends, there’s elbow room to spare. Tahoe is rich in cottage and cabin hotels, many dating to the 1950s and before. While some are certifiably “rustic,” our favorites are comfortably furnished, well managed and wholeheartedly welcoming to four-legged guests. more »
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