Pet-Friendly Houses, Cabins & Chalets 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 condos, rental homes and cabins 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 Rental Houses 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.

Pet-Friendly Cabins in Mammoth Lakes (Year-Round)

The Edelweiss Lodge

It doesn’t get any more pet-tastic than the rustic Edelweiss Lodge in “Old Mammoth.” Welcoming pets and their people since 1957 to its knotty-pine cabins and suites, the Edelweiss Lodge definitely knows how to make its four-legged guests feel at home.

Dogs can stay for just $20 a day, and their stay in noted with a “welcome basket” including sheets to cover the furniture, waste baggies, bowls and treats.

Don’t worry: humans aren’t left out. They can partake in the homemade cookies from the local onsite managers. It’s these sort of personal touches that make The Edelweiss Lodge a family favorite and the perfect place for reunions and getaways.

Tamarack Lodge and Resort

If staying in the heart of the Mammoth Lakes Basin is your desire, then there’s no better choice than the historic Tamarack Lodge and Resort on the sparkling shores of Twin Lakes. The secluded cabins at the Tamarack Lodge and Resort welcome pets (note: rooms at the lodge are not pet-friendly).

It’s been a favorite for generations, and for good reason: despite an aura of timelessness hewed in stone and timber, the lodge has one of the most distinctive restaurants in all of Mammoth Lakes, the elegant Lakefront Restaurant, as well as WiFi and all the regular hotel amenities you deserve on vacation.

Pinecliff Resort

Want to feel like you’ve traveled back in time when it comes to both décor and pricing? Consider Pinecliff Resort and its vintage1950s-style cabins. Located in a quiet neighborhood, it’s remote enough to feel like an escape, but also close to the downtown area and ski lifts.

All units are dog-friendly, and several open out onto forested area that’s perfect for snow play. Each cabin has a full kitchen, WiFi, fireplace or wood-burning stove, cable TV and easy parking. The property is owner-operated by people happy to handle special requests and last-minute bookings.

Pet-Friendly Cabins in Mammoth Lakes (Summer-Only)

Crystal Crag Lodge

Named after a steep and rugged rock, which can be seen from the Mammoth Lakes Basin, the secluded Crystal Crag Lodge is settled on the shore of Lake Mary. For almost a hundred years, visitors and their pets have been enjoying the lodge’s incredible setting: the lake’s sparkling, trout-filled water; the pure, invigorating air; and the countless tree-lined hiking and biking trails on the edge of the High Sierra back country.

Its elevation is high—9,000 feet—but the drive in from town and all of its conveniences is a short one. The rustic cabins are fully equipped with stocked kitchens, private bathrooms, fireplaces and decks with barbecues. Some even offer incredible mountain or lake views, and all benefit from the friendly, on-site staff.

Wildyrie Lodge

Want to unplug and get away from it all with your pet by your side? Consider the historic Wildyrie Lodge (pronounced “wild-eye-ree”)  at Lake Mamie in the Mammoth Lakes Basin. Its private, lakeside cottages offer full kitchens, bathrooms and spacious sun decks with barbeques.

Bed & breakfast-style rooms are available in the main lodge, where visitors can also inquire about renting boats. Whether you’re planning a fishing frenzy, romantic rendezvous or group gathering, this hidden gem may have the classic cabin for you!

Woods Lodge

Another way to get in touch with nature while still enjoying amenities, such as a hot shower and a comfy bed and pet-friendly cabins is Lake George’s Woods Lodge. Their rustic cabins have full kitchens and fireplaces, and many boast jaw-dropping views of the stunning scenery surrounding the property.

If you’re interested in doing more than gazing at the serene water, rowboats and motorboats are available to rent. Birds, squirrels and sometimes even bears can be found at the Woods Lodge, along with the many visitors who’ve been making annual trips here for decades.

Pet-Friendly Chalets in Mammoth Lakes

Mammoth Mountain Chalets

Nestled in the trees right above Mammoth Mountain Main Main Lodge, the cozy and secluded cabins of Mammoth Mountain Chalets are the epitome of “getting away from it all.” But luckily, your getaway can include your pet at the Mammoth Mountain Chalets.

Each charming cabin is conveniently ski-in ski-out in the winter. In the summer months, numerous hiking and mountain biking trails are literally at your doorstep, perfect for adventures with your pup. Private decks and wood-burning stoves encourage long chats, and many of the units allow four-legged friends to join in the adventure.

Repeat guests love the fully equipped kitchens for family meals after a day of playing on the mountain. And, all the action and excitement of Mammoth Mountain Main Lodge is right next door, so you can be as social or secluded as you like.

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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