You and your pet will be covered no matter what your travel plans are in the Volunteer State. There are tons of pet-friendly lodgings in Tennessee, not to mention a million things to do: Beale Street in Memphis, very pet-friendly Pigeon Forge. If you're planning an Elvis pilgrimage to Graceland, unfortunately your dog can't get in. But you can leave him at Raines Road Animal Hospital (901-396-7641), which has kennel services.
To find pet-friendly lodging, choose a city from the drop-down menu above or browse through the cities below to find a complete list of all pet-friendly hotels in Tennessee. Our lodgings also include Bed & Breakfasts, Cabins and Cottages, Inns and Motels.
Featured Lodgings highlights a select number of lodgings in the state. To see see a more extensive list of our pet-friendly properties, choose a city from the drop-down menu above.]
The nightly rate varies between $4-8/night per pet, depending on their weight. The damage deposit (Read more...)
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Dog-Friendly Vacationing in Knoxville, TennesseeKnoxville, Tennessee is the third largest city in the state, behind Nashville and Memphis, with about 180,00 residents. Its nickname is the Marble City. It went under a suburbanization era, but the downtown area has been redeveloped in recent years. It has an arts community with a fair amount of activities going on throughout the [...]
Dog-Friendly Vacationing in Chattanooga, TennesseeChattanooga, Tennessee, is a small city located in the southeast of the state, close to the Georgia border. It is located in the mountains, between the Appalachian Mountains and the Cumberland Plateau. Its nickname is “Scenic City,” as there is much beautiful nature to explore. There is a good deal of culture around this city, [...]
Dog-Friendly Vacationing in Nashville, TennesseeNashville, Tennessee, is the capital of the state as well as its second largest city. It lies on the Cumberland River, and has tons of nice parks, riverwalks and Civil War sites for people to visit. It is also home to the Grand Ol Opry, and lots of country music events take place there. There [...]
Dog-Friendly Vacationing in Memphis, TennesseeMemphis is a city in Southwest Tennessee, on the Mississippi River. It is the largest city in that state, and is also the youngest of the four cities. It has a humid, subtropical climate, so is a good place for northerners to check out in the upcoming cold months. Founders of many different musical genres, [...]
For more information about Tennessee
- Tennessee Dept. of Tourist Development
- 320 6th Avenue North
- Rachael Jackson Bldg.
- Nashville, TN 37202
- In State # (615) 741-2159
- Toll Free # (800) 836-6200
- Internet: http://www.state.tn.us/tourdev