Pet-Friendly Hotel Policies & Recommendations
Pet Friendly Hotel Policy Details
Endless Coast management looks forward to welcoming you and your furry friend to our Wellfleet hotel. We are well versed in the unique needs and issues that come with running a dog friendly property. To best serve all guests, we have designated certain building sections for guests with dogs. We also have established the policies below:
- The cost is $45 per night, per dog
- You must register your dog(s) at check-in and sign a form accepting our policies
- For the safety and comfort of your pet and other guests, you must take full personal and financial responsibility for your dog(s) and agree to the following:
- To relieve your dog, use only the designated pet relief area on the back of the property. Also clean up after your dog(s). We happily provide waste bags for your use.
- Uncrated dogs may not be left unattended in your room for any reason.You may leave fully crate-trained dogs alone for a short duration (less than three hours) if:
- Each dog is in a separate crate.
- You inform the front desk before you leave and supply your contact information and an estimated return time.
- You agree that if any noise issues (barking) occur, you will immediately return to remedy the situation.
- Dogs must weigh 70 lbs or less.
- You are responsible and liable for any damages or cleanup costs, including lost revenue due to the room being out of service for repair.
- Two dog limit per room.
- All dogs must be on a leash at all times when on the hotel grounds. (Note: the Town of Wellfleet also has a Dog Leash Law in effect)
- Dogs are not allowed in interior public spaces.
- Please be aware of ticks and poison ivy while walking on the grounds.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation and don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions. We look forward to welcoming you and your four-legged companion(s) and hope you enjoy your stay at Endless Coast.
Nearby Pet Friendly Restaurants
★ PJs — Wellfleet, 3 minute drive
A local, 50-year favorite. Dine outside on the covered patio. PJs sells a pup cup of whip cream with a dog biscuit in it. We recommend that you get it — it's adorable watching your pooch eat this and provides a perfect treat for them to cool off after a long day at the beach. 508-349-2126 I pjscapecod.com
★ Moby Dick’s Restaurant — Wellfleet, 5 minute drive
A great place for seafood and some of the best clam chowder on Cape Cod. It’s a must visit! Located on 6A, it’s easy to find and even has its own gift shop. Our team highly recommends Moby's Famous Outer Cape Onion, a sweet Spanish onion battered and deep fried. Delicious! 508-645-6098 I mobys.com
★ Mac’s On The Pier — Wellfleet, 6 minute drive
Another dining spot with a great view, this restaurant sits right on Mayo Beach, allowing you and your pup to enjoy a wonderful meal while watching the sunset. They feature seafood (a fish market is attached to the restaurant), burgers, ice cream, sandwiches, and salads. A perfect way to end a summer day. 508-349-9611 I macsseafood.com
★ Lobster & Chowder House — Wellfleet, 4 minute drive
The food here is marvelous, such as handmade fries, lobster rolls, chowder, fried seafood platters. Plop down on one of the restaurant's picnic tables and chow down as your pup rests underneath in the shade. Live bands in summer. Full bar. 508-349-9090 I lobsterchowderhouse.com
★ The Red Barn Pizza — Eastham, 10 minute drive
A local favorite, especially during shoulder seasons, they offer a wonderful range of salads, burgers, pizza, and subs. The owners also own an arcade next door for kids of all ages. A great place to spend an afternoon on rainy or chilly days. 508-255-4500 I theredbarnpizza.com
★ Las Chidas — Orleans, 17 minute drive
This small taco joint features really good food all around and has a fun, "Baja surfer meets Oaxaca Day of the Dead skeleton" vibe. Kick back at the full bar inside or lounge in the outdoor seating if you order for pickup. Outside, you can bring your pet to lounge with you. Drinks are allowed outside, too. 774-207-0845 I laschidascapecod.com
★ Cooke's Seafood — Orleans, 18 minute drive
Renowned for their fried clams, this third generation, family-owned iconic seafood restaurant has a patio where your pooch is more than welcome. 508-255-5518 I cookesorleans.com
★ The Canteen — Provincetown, 24 minute drive
A Provincetown institution with outdoor seating located in a secluded nook. The beach-themed Canteen features high-quality food ranging from sandwiches, tacos, hot dogs, salads, and specialty plates. Try the Cod Banh Mi. Delightful! 508-487-3800 I thecanteenptown.com
Dog Friendly Things To Do Around Cape Cod
★ Drive Up to Wellfleet Flea Drive In & Flea Market
One of the oldest (1957) and best drive-ins in the country, this popular Wellfleet spot features a lot of original elements, including the radios that hang in your car (although you can also connect via car radio). The onsite snack bar is open day into night and looks like a time capsule. During the day, the drive-in hosts Cape Cod’s largest flea market. The market is full of local artisans offering quality products — from cutting boards, signs, art pieces, and even jam — as well as vintage "flea" finds. Both the Drive-In and Flea Market are dog friendly. You'll spot water bowls by the entrance to the snack bar. 508-349-7176 I wellfleetcinemas.com
★ Sail Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch in Provincetown
Cape Cod's first and most-respected whale watch tour, Dolphin Fleet's boats are three stories tall with plenty of room to stretch all 6 legs —you and your furry pal. They also have an onboard kitchen offering lunch, but do note that it's cash only. Make sure to take your pup for a potty break before you set sail. 508-240-3636 I whalewatch.com
★ Dog Gone Sailing Charters in Provincetown
If a big boat is not your style or if you are just looking for something more custom, you, your pup and your friends can take a private sail out of Provincetown with this outfit. Dog Gone Sailing offers full-day and half-day sails with a variety of destinations and options. 508-566-0410 I doggonesailingcharters.com
★ Visit Wellfleet Beaches
All Wellfleet beaches are dog friendly. Leashes and post-potty pick-up required! Grab a beach parking pass at the front desk for a small fee. We buy them right from the town and sell them for the same price. We recommend Newcomb and Lecount Hollow beaches for dogs.
★ Walk across Uncle Tim’s Bridge
A few minutes from Endless Coast, the bridge sits right in the center of town. Take an early morning stroll after grabbing breakfast at the Fox & Crow down the street. While it’s not a long walk, it offers a beautiful view of the water and connecting island. Sit for awhile on the benches at the top of the island and enjoy a picnic with views of the pier.
★ Meander through Provincetown
While all of Cape Cod is very dog friendly, no specific spot is more so than Provincetown (or as us locals call it, P-town). Water bowls sit outside almost every business. Plus, it's a great place for your dog to socialize with friends (both 2-legged and four) on the beach or walking down Commercial Street. Your pal can even earn his or her sea legs on a paddle board from Provincetown AquaSports (508-413-9563 I ptownaquasports.com) or become a TikTok sensation on a skateboard from Board Stiff Provincetown (508-487-2406 I boardstifffalmouth.com).