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Families all across the country plan their vacations to Florida, which is also a hot spot for couples looking for romantic weekend getaways. But for many families and couples, their pets are a beloved part of the family who deserves to go on a vacation too. To accommodate you and your furry friend, here is a list of highly recommended Airbnbs in Florida that are pet-friendly.
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You’ll also love staying at this guesthouse for two people that you’ll have all to yourselves with your pet. It’s a private spot on two acres with a front ocean deck for use during the summer and fall. There’s also a pool here, as well as a gazebo and walkway to the beach. It has a screened patio from the bedroom, a cozy living room, a kitchen with everything you need to make meals, and a stacked washer and dryer for guests to use. Pet parents also enjoy staying here for the hammock, BBQ grill, and being near downtown Fort Pierce along the Treasure Coast.
This adorable house is available on Airbnb for up to four people and is pet-friendly. Housebroken dogs are welcome here but just keep them off the beds and furniture. A kayak and paddleboards are included with your rental on the canal side of the Weeki Wachee River.
Pets are allowed at this private barn studio, which sleeps up to four people and has a bedroom and bathroom. One of the coolest Airbnbs in Florida, its Vero Beach destination is relaxing and a great place to connect with nature while out on the farm among the donkeys and horses. There are 20 acres of land here for you to enjoy, while the actual Airbnb space is a studio space above a barn. It has cozy spots for sleeping, eating, and relaxing. There’s even a private bathroom here and exercise equipment you can use. If you’re traveling with kids, they’ll love the swing set onsite.
Pets can also join you at this tiny barn for a weekend getaway under live oak trees. Come here to hear birds singing in the morning and see cows while kicking back and relaxing in an Adirondack chair. This space includes an outdoor kitchenette, bonfire, composting toilet, and shower. It’s an eco-friendly space with limited connectivity that’s great for disconnecting from technology. Dog guests enjoy the fenced-in yard, and there’s a lab puppy living onsite too.
One of the most unique Airbnbs in all of Florida is pet-friendly – the ManCave Apartment in Geneva. Pets just can’t be left unattended and must be leashed while outside due to the chickens on site. This Airbnb is located in an airplane hanger and has an eclectic collection of décor. It has a lofted bed, satellite TV, Wi-Fi, air conditioning, a bar, and a microwave. There are restaurants and grocery stores nearby, and you can even take a horseback ride through the 500-acre park nearby for an extra fee. Pet-owners should know that there is a cat that lives onsite.
For an outdoorsy getaway with your pup, consider this cabin for two people and a dog. This is an Amish-made cabin among the trees along Santa Fe Creek. The pet fee here is $30. You’ll be minutes from Ginnie, Itchtucknee, and the Blue Springs and really get to see a unique part of Florida here. Kayaking and canoe access is easy here, as well as campfires, fishing, and stargazing. The tiny home has a full bed and futon, as well as a bathroom with shower, sink, and toilet. Other perks are Wi-Fi, smart TV, a porch to watch the sunset, fire ring, spot to hang your hammock, and access to over 30 acres of hiking trails. Ask about the pontoon boat tour experience!
Travelers with pets in Dunedin love this guest suite for up to four people because of its location within walking distance to downtown Dunedin. Non-aggressive breed dogs are allowed here with a $50 deposit per dog (two dogs max with an 80-pound combined weight). The cute cabin has brand-new kitchen appliances, a laundry area, and includes the use of the heated pool, tiki bar, gas grill, and fire pit. Everything that Dunedin has to offer is just steps away!
This guesthouse accommodates up to four people and has two bedrooms and one bath. Pets and kids are welcome here on a case-by-case basis. There are two large and friendly dogs that live onsite that you may see in the yard but that won’t go over to the casita. When you stay here, you’ll love being surrounded by a tropical botanical garden filled with avocados, bananas, lemons, coconuts, and pineapples. It’s an opportunity to have a real “Old Florida” experience and enjoy the private courtyard, deep-water pool, and be within five miles of quiet beaches and downtown Vero Beach. The owners live in the house next door in case you need anything. They provide fresh local oranges or grapefruits seasonally and also offer Wi-Fi, two smart TVs, a Nespresso coffeemaker, teas, and a washer and dryer in the main house upon request. There may be an additional cleaning fee for pets, so contact the owners for details.
Another pet-friendly Airbnb is this one if your pet is housebroken! The guesthouse has a large fenced-in backyard that has an outdoor trash can to dispose of pet waste. You’ll be in a quiet and rural part of Lady Lake and have access to a kitchen, Wi-Fi, washer and dryer, central A/C and heat, the sparkling pool, and cable TV. It’s a good choice for solo travelers and couples. The space is separate from the main house and is open to extended-stay guests. Access is via keyless digital entry with a code, and you’ll have full access to the great pool area with its koi pond, outdoor grill, and parking space at the entrance.
Another tiny house option that’s pet-friendly is this one in Yulee. Pets just need to be attended to when they are outside, but otherwise, they are welcome to run around and play. This unique tiny house has a claw foot tub in a country atmosphere. The host’s house is a few feet away but it still has a very private vibe. This Airbnb is about 12 miles from Fernandina Beach and Amelia Island for your beaches, historic spots, state parks, and cute shops.
Clearly, tiny houses in Florida are a great way to go if you enjoy traveling with your pet! This tiny house can sleep up to three people and has a herd of fainting goats living nearby. It’s on the edge of the woods but still close enough to get to a store easily. Spend your days here relaxing in a hammock, enjoying the peacefulness of nature, and cooking meals in the fully stocked kitchen. Since there are goats, chickens, horses, ducks, dogs, and a barn cat living onsite, make sure to keep your dog on a leash while staying here.
You can potentially bring your small dog along to this lovely Airbnb – just contact the host to discuss the details. It’s a tiny house that’s ideal for two guests (although more can sleep here bunk-style) and has two beds and one bath. The space is filled with “Old Florida” charm and has river frontage for fishing kayaking, canoeing, and paddleboarding. The space is separate from the main house but includes the use of the community kitchen and studio for yoga, art, and music. Nature-lovers enjoy staying here for a glamping experience with all the comforts of home, including an indoor bathroom with a toilet and sink. It offers a rustic getaway on a property that’s on a peninsula surrounded by the Withlacoochee.
Up to four guests can stay here and bring a dog along to enjoy these two bedrooms and one bath in Redington Beach. Come here to hang out at the beach, have hot tub access in total privacy, and enjoy a Bohemian vibe. This is a welcoming space that’s great for couples. It’s a separate guest house with nothing shared with the main house except for the driveway. Everything you need is right in the unit, including a washer, dryer, linens, and beach chairs.
For your stay in Tampa, book this guesthouse that’s pet-friendly and accommodates two people. It’s in the Seminole Heights neighborhood and has lots of great restaurants, bars, breweries, and cafes nearby. You’ll be in an open-concept studio with a full-size bed, private shower, and bathroom. There’s also a kitchenette here, cruiser bikes to use, and a large backyard that’s shared with the main house.
How much better does it get than sleeping on a boat on the water for your Florida vacation? Pets are allowed at this Airbnb, which is in Stuart and great for two human guests. The houseboat is at Sunset Bay Marina and Anchorage and is a five-minute walk to downtown Stuart. Here you’ll find shops and restaurants, and the marina has its own restaurant and coffee bar too. Meanwhile, the beaches of Martin County are just six miles away. The host also provides you with bikes to use for riding around the area and exploring.