The Lodge at Blue Lakes

The Lodge at Blue Lakes

5135 West Highway 20
Upper Lake, California 95485
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Local Phone: (707) 275-2181

Steeped in history, Blue Lakes Lodge was originally built in the 1870s, and has been renovated with the minutest attention to detail and luxury.

Dog Policy:
Blue Lakes Lodge welcomes your well-behaved dog(s) (up to 2 max.) of 50 lbs. or less at a $50+tax fee per dog, per night. For dogs over 50 lbs. the fee is $100+tax per dog, per night. Dogs must be declared at time of booking a room.

Additionally, a $50 cleaning deposit will be collected upon check-in, refundable at checkout upon room inspection.

Dogs accompanying Guests paying Resort Entrance Fees are charged $10.00.

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: Other
  • Breed restrictions: Doberman Pinschers, Pit Bulls, Rottweiler, German Shepherd, Akita and Chows
  • Maximum number allowed: 2
  • Other comments: Dogs must be kept on leash when outside your room. Please review the lodge's dog policy on their website.

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