The love between a dog and their owner is a treasured bond. We welcome pets here at our luxury dog friendly hotel in Highlands, North Carolina. Our elegant and comfortable suites have amenities for your pet such as a MacKenzie-Childs dog bowl and an Orvis dog bed. Take a morning walk in our private garden terrace and then enjoy many outdoor activities in the Appalachian Mountains. The Park on Main is the ideal environment for your dog. Our hotel partners with the Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society to foster pets and help them get adopted into families. We’re all a part of a community here and dogs are certainly no exception.
Learn more about our Pet Friendly Policy.
Your pet would be pleased to take a walk to the Highlands Dog Park at Foreman Road and Fourth Street. The park is fully fenced with separate areas for small, skittish or elderly dogs. The park base is made of mulch and the park has a covered area. Water is also available for thirsty pets. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Blue Ridge Railroad Historical Trail at Mountain Rest, South Carolina is 12 miles from Highlands. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a national nonprofit organization, oversees the Mountain Rest site. Your pet will love dashing and exploring this rustic expanse of old railroad lines converted into recreational sites. Learn more about dog-friendly dining on our Downtown page.
We would be remiss in letting you know, by the way, that when you do visit us, one Mr. Pickles is more than happy to provide you with a warm greeting at the door. As an esteemed member of The Park on Main® staff, Mr. Pickles exemplifies the unique form of hospitality we offer our guests and often mingles with both pets and humans during special occasions. Mr. Pickles is a handsome black Scottish Terrier and serves nobly – most of the time – as our illustrious mascot.