Pet-Friendly Condominiums in Mammoth Lakes

Dogs in Mammoth Lakes are definitely VIPs (Very Important Pets), and many of the most popular lodging options are going out of their way to make sure they feel right at home. These condominiums may be the perfect fit for both of you. You can relax, make yourself at home, and be fully energized for a play day in the great outdoors.

Pet-Friendly Condominiums in Mammoth Lakes

Mammoth Accommodation Center

Mammoth Accommodation Center bills itself as “California’s premier property management company,” and with nine luxury rentals available year-round, they’ve got something for everyone – including guests with pets. Featuring one- to three-bedroom units (complete with bunkbeds!), you’re sure to find the right place with the right amount of space.

An additional pet cleaning fee applies, but with units located within walking distance of the Mammoth Mountain ski lifts, The Village at Mammoth and town areas, there’s plenty of outdoor terrain to get out the wiggles and explore the on-leash action.

Nomadness Rentals

Sometimes you and your pet just really need some indoor space to stretch out and roll around. When a house is what you need, look no further than Nomadness Rentals. They pride themselves on hassle-free rentals that have everything you need, and they’ve got plenty of pooch-friendly places that allow you to live large.

Be sure to check out their website as they offer price matching and seasonal discounts that can’t be beat. But it’s the quality of their rentals that really has guests raving. One four-bedroom house even has a private Jacuzzi on the balcony so you and your pet can watch the sun set over Crowley Lake, Laurel Mountain and White Mountain. It’s 3600 square feet of ultimate mountain indulgence, and it would be totally understandable if you and your dog never want to leave.

Alexia Wellons

Alexia Wellons has always lived with a mountain range in sight and is a writer, editor, and founding member of Scarlet Letters Copywriting. Since 2014, Scarlet Letters has worked with the Mammoth Lakes Tourism office on fact-checking the printed Visitor Guide and website, and are now delighted to translate that knowledge into blog posts. A…

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