Nov 1 - Nov 2
Excellent stay! The owner was a very pleasant and very accommodating to our needs. We have an elderly dog who we brought with us and she loved her stay. The large yard in the back was very nice for those with pets. The full kitchen was very useful. The hotel is right across the street from the fishing ...
Nov 1 - Nov 2
The whole place smelled foul. We stayed on the 4th floor and from the elevator( there is only one btw) to our room the whole hallway smelled like weed. I know we weren't the only guest to complain about this. Didn't like having to make some story to tell my kids what that smell was. Thought we were ...
Planning your trip to North Myrtle Beach? Bring your pet along! With 70 pet-friendly hotels and other lodging options to choose from, North Myrtle Beach is sure to have availability for you and your furry friend. This city, known for its beaches, is also a good location for golf.
Want to see the sights around North Myrtle Beach? One of the top places to visit is Broadway at the Beach. Enjoy the great outdoors at McLean Park, Cherry Grove Oceanfront Park, and Russell Burgess Coastal Preserve. Other places you might want to include on your itinerary are OD Pavilion Amusement Park and Mayday Golf.
Head over to Tuesday Morning, Sea Critters Depot, or The Water Store to get your pet essentials while in town. Vet care is available for your pet nearby at Paws Inn Kennels & Pet Center, Kind Care Animal Hospital, and Nicole Jones, DVM.
When traveling with a pet, it can be helpful to know what the climate will be like. Look below for the average temperatures and rainfall to help you plan: