3710 S. Discovery Road
Port Townsend, WA 98368



Chevy Chase Beach Cabins and the adjoining beach is a haven for dogs!

We allow dogs at Chevy Chase Beach Cabins because we are dog lovers ourselves and use to love to vacation with our furry friends (sorry no cats or other animals - dogs only)! We welcome well-mannered and housebroken dogs in all seven of our vacation cottages with prior arrangement for $20/per dog per night (maximum 2 dogs per cabin). Dogs are treated to the same outstanding service as our human guests. We want all of our guests to have a fabulous and memorable stay with us, so we ask that you follow the following guidelines to ensure that everyone on the property has a positive experience:

  • Please do not leave your dog unattended in the cabin at any time.
    From experience, even dogs who don’t ever bark or act out tend to do so when left alone in an unfamiliar place (even if just for a few minutes). We’d hate to have to call you home from your outing or charge you for damage in the cabin.
  • Please do not let your dog roam the property unattended and keep your dog leashed when outside.
    The reality is that not all of our guests love dogs as much as we do. And your dog might poop! In addition, as we are away from the City, we have lots of wonderful creatures that share the property and surrounding areas such as squirrels, deer, coyotes, otters, eagles, bunnies, birds and many more. We are also close to two country roads.
  • If your dog is wet and/or sandy, please do your best to dry them with the dog towels we provided before bringing them in. You can also hose them off if they have had a blast in the mud.
    You do this at home, right? And please, please don’t use the bath towels! If you need more dog towels don’t hesitate to ask. Also, don't forget to turn the hose ALL the way off if you use it.
  • We really prefer that your does does not jump on the furniture or sleep in the beds. If your dog is so spoiled and will do so anyway please use the provided dog sheets to cover couches, chairs and beds.
    This helps to preserve our furniture and bedding, and we so appreciate it! Again, if you need more just ask.
  • Please scoop all dog waste and drop it in one of the outdoor receptacles.
    There is the main blue dumpster by the parking lot, the hanging bin by the green electrical box in the center of the property on the main property, a garbage at the top of the stairs to the beach and one located by the fence at Meadow House.
  • Please keep your dogs out of the flower beds and gardens. We work hard to maintain the beautiful grounds and it makes us sad when we see dogs trampling on the flowers/plants digging in the garden beds and/or using our garden beds as their restroom.
  • Please do not bring your dog in the pool area.
    If you are going swimming, we have a shaded area set up by the trees near the gazebo where you can let your dog relax. We have stakes in the ground but please don't forget your leash! We can lose our pool license if there is a dog in the pool area which would be a total bummer!
  • Please give your dog lots of belly rubs, long walks, and lots of treats.
    We are honored that you chose Chevy Chase Beach Cabins to vacation with your pooch.

    Scout was the official greeter ambassador and beach tour-guide for almost 15 years. She would wiggle, smile and howl for many guests, absolutely LOVED children and tolerated all of the other dogs that showed up to her house resident dog at Chevy Chase. She loved to join our guests on a trip to the beach, play tetherball, frisbee and fetch with any willing playmates. Sadly, our sweet Scout crossed the rainbow bridge in July 2019. In addition to being part of our little family she was a fixture and adopted family member to many of our guests. She is greatly missed and we know that her spirit will live on forever at Chevy.

Tana, our black lab, moved to Chevy in December of 2012. Sadly, we had to say goodbye to her on October 14, 2013. We are so happy that she got to spend the last year of her life at Chevy Chase and that Scout welcomed and watched over her. She was a social butterfly and loved saying hi to all of our guests (including the furry ones) when she was out and about.
These wonderful photographs of Scout as a puppy (on the furniture! eek!) were taken by the amazing pet photographer Bev Sparks.

Do you have fabulous pictures of YOUR dog from a stay at Chevy Chase?
Please send them our way!

Watch Scout play tetherball on YouTube!


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