West Virginia’s Best Dog-Friendly Airbnbs

Posted by Billy Francis

Looking for the best dog-friendly Airbnbs in West Virginia? Well, you've come to the right place. The editors at BringFido have dedicated themselves to digging up the most dog-friendly Airbnbs in The Mountain State, as well as the rest of the country.

Read on to learn about some of the West Virginia Airbnbs that topped our list this year.

The Most Luxurious Dog-Friendly Airbnb

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Escape to the country at Lost River Solar. Situated on 36 private acres of Lost River State Park in Mathias, WV, this contemporary home with concrete floors, commanding views, and a saltwater hot tub is ideal for travelers who crave a little luxury in The Mountain State. The grounds of West Virginia’s most luxurious dog-friendly Airbnb include a private pond with kid kayaks, tubes and fish, two fire rings, and fields where the family can play cornhole, pickleball and other sports. A slackline, swing and climbing rope are available upon request.

The Most Romantic Pet-Friendly Airbnb

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Vintage, modern and exotic complement each other at this eclectic and romantic home in Harpers Ferry. Laid-back lovers of lazy days can take advantage of the well-stocked library. Those who enjoy listening to music can blast a romantic playlist through the surround sound. And spiritual Spaniels can switch off by your side in the meditation space. For an exhilarating date, get outside and see Harpers Ferry National Historical Park.

Best Budget-Friendly (and Dog-Friendly) Airbnb

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Don’t be late to catch this cozy school bus conversion in Shepherdstown, a unique stay that won’t cost Fido much more than his bus fare. Situated on a small hill behind cedar trees, the best budget- and dog-friendly Airbnb in West Virginia has a warm interior where you can spend all evening snuggling with your best friend. Watch the sunset from the deck, then join Fido for a walk around the property to find sticks to burn in the fire pit or in the wood stove inside the vehicle.

Best Dog-Friendly RV/Camper Airbnb Rental

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It’s a dog’s paradise at The Black Bear Vintage Camper, a retro camper on a working farm. Well-behaved and friendly dogs will enjoy exploring the property on leash and joining you for dinner at the picnic table with views of the farm. The cozy interior has been redone to feel like your own tiny cabin. Guests of West Virginia’s best dog-friendly Airbnb camper rental will have access to a bathhouse and game room and are welcome to visit the Country Cafe located below the property’s main house for breakfast or dinner.

Most Unique Dog-Friendly Airbnb

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The Glo Haus at The Four Fillies Lodge provides a glamping experience among the trees. Designed to look like a floating lantern, this most unique dog-friendly Airbnb in West Virginia connects two sleeping pods with a gathering pod for hanging out in. After a magical night under the Aurora Night Sky projectors, your pup can slip down the slide and go for a morning walk along Rich Creek which winds through the 84-acre property shared with a variety of other pet-friendly rentals.

The Best Dog-Friendly Airbnb Treehouse

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Wind back the years with a weekend away in a whimsical treehouse near Elkview. Located on a working sustainable farm, guests are free to explore 100 acres of wild and wonderful countryside, featuring forest trails, unique cliff formations, streams for paddling, a fishing pond, a waterfall, and a 120-foot zipline. After a day of adventure, head back to West Virginia’s best dog-friendly Airbnb treehouse to discover a world of childlike wonder, full of hatches and windows that offer different perspectives of the Appalachian surroundings.

Best Dog-Friendly Waterfront Airbnb

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Mountaineering mutts always feel free in West Virginia, which visitors to this modern camp in Buckhannon will find out firsthand. Located a short distance from Middlefork River, West Virginia’s best dog-friendly waterfront Airbnb features light and airy rooms that pay homage to the Appalachian region through its decor. Out back, there’s a wraparound deck, perfect for a morning coffee or an evening meal cooked on the grill. Discover more natural beauty on the boardwalk at nearby Audra State Park.

Best Dog-Friendly Airbnb Cabin Rental

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The Camp at Camp Potomac Peak in Berkeley Springs is a beautiful, dog-friendly home on a ridge of Cacapon Mountain with views over the Potomac River into Maryland and Pennsylvania. This stylish home features a wraparound deck, a private hot tub with outdoor TV and a grill. Inside West Virginia’s best dog-friendly Airbnb cabin rental, there’s a kitchen, dining area and living room with a mid-century modern fireplace to warm hearts and paws after a day of play.

Best Dog-Friendly Airbnb Farm Stay

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Pick strawberries with your Saluki during your stay at this century-old WV barn loft in Clendenin. Described as “one step from camping,” you’ll have to make do without modern amenities like running water during your stay at West Virginia’s best dog-friendly Airbnb farms stay. You and your pooch won’t miss the comforts of home during the day while you’re hiking around the property, fishing in the pond and grabbing a handful of delicious berries from the strawberry field. For an excursion that takes you further afield, hop on the scenic back road next to the property that leads all the way to the New River Gorge National Park & Preserve.

Spookiest Dog-Friendly Airbnb

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At this container cabin in Princeton, which is located on the New River and at the end of a very private dead end, there’s nowhere to escape if you’re feeling frightened in the middle of the night. What it lacks in modern amenities, West Virginia’s spookiest dog-friendly Airbnb makes up for by being a chilling place to chill with your Chihuahua. Just across Interstate 77 from the property lies Lake Shawnee haunted amusement park and the owner will be happy to take you for a tour. When the sun sets, huddle up with your pup inside the container with the French doors closed and wait for morning to roll around again.

Best Rustic Dog-Friendly Airbnb

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The Log Cabin at Warden Lake in Wardensville is a dreamy destination sandwiched between Baker and Big Ridge Mountains. The cabin was constructed shortly after the lake was finished and boasts lovely views of the water and mountains beyond. Inside West Virginia’s best rustic dog-friendly Airbnb, the rich wooden interior and open living area create a communal and relaxing atmosphere, but there’s more fun to be had outside. Take the whole pack out on the water in the kayaks and canoe that are provided, play fetch on the grass or gather around the stone fire pit for an evening of roasting s’mores.

Best Themed Dog-Friendly Airbnb

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Wild and wonderful West Virginia is almost heaven, and the state’s natural beauty is where the Wildflower House in Berkeley Springs draws inspiration from. This floral-themed retreat has colorful sprinkles of blossoming art on the walls that will brighten your day, along with rugs, blankets and more to complete the theme. If you want to immerse yourself in nature, step outside the state’s best themed dog-friendly Airbnb onto a screened porch and soak in the hot tub, grill out, or head into the backyard for a game of fetch. For pups who want to venture further, there are hiking trails across the street, too.

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