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Maine and New Hampshire with the Pooch

Maine and New Hampshire with the Pooch

Our Editor in Chief, Ed Salvato, and his team know gay travel, and they prove it by answering your questions. This week: Lesbian and Dog Friendly Spots.

Ed Salvato is editor-in-chief of www.outtraveler.com. A pre-eminent gay travel expert, Ed speaks often about gay travel and is frequently quoted in the press. He writes a monthly syndicated travel column and appears regularly on radio and TV.

Ed and his team know gay travel, and they prove it by answering your questions.


Maine and New Hampshire with the Pooch

My girlfriend and I are looking for a place to stay with our lil? teacup Pomeranian. We?re looking around the Maine, New Hampshire area.
The quiet, picturesque, gay-owned Gazebo Inn, a restored 1847 farmhouse situated one mile north of the gay-popular resort town of Ogunquit, Maine, offers five rooms to well-behaved dogs of all sizes. Furry guests receive a heaping order of lobster biscuits served in a ceramic dish created for the hotel by a local artist. Meanwhile, dog owners enjoy romance-enhancing room options like fireplaces, two-person Jacuzzi baths, and walk-in steam rooms. Dogs are allowed on Ogunquit Beach from October 1 to March 31. Fore more on Ogunquit, click here.

Alternatively, if you?d like a lesbian-specific option, I?d highly recommend Bethlehem, New Hampshire?s Highlands Inn (www.highlandsinn-nh.com). The gorgeous, 19-room property welcomes pets in their five-room Farmhouse building. These rooms have use of the farmhouse kitchen and rates start at $110.

For more ideas on women?s travel, have a look at our regularly updated Women?s Travel guide.

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