Traveling with your furry companions? These pet-friendly Flagstaff cabins will ensure you and your dog have a great stay.
Tucked away in the Coconino National Forest at an elevation of nearly 7,000 feet, Arizona’s charming city of Flagstaff attracts outdoor enthusiasts from far and wide. It sits in a prime location – south of the Grand Canyon, north of Sedona and Phoenix – so it’s an incredible place to stay if you want to see many of Arizona’s beloved attractions.
While in the area, visiting local gems like Humphreys Peak, Mount Elden, and the San Francisco Mountains for some of the best hiking in Flagstaff. But it’s not just a summer destination – you can ski at nearby Snowbowl or cross-country ski at Arizona Nordic Village.
So before you make plans to leave your dog at home, check out the best pet-friendly cabins in Flagstaff.
1. Rustic Log Cabin with Fenced Yard
Fees: $15 fee per pet per stay.
Policies: Must be up-to-date on all vaccinations and free of fleas, ticks & disease.
Do not leave pets unrestrained. Guest is responsible for cleaning up any and all pet refuse.
Pets are not allowed on furniture or beds.
This Flagstaff Log Cabin is a unique home constructed with reclaimed wood and beautiful logs; it exudes a ton of character. There are four bedrooms, one of which features a unique layout with side-by-side window panels and sliding glass doors that make you feel like you’re sleeping in nature.
Surrounding the home is a large fenced-in yard, so your pets can have a bit of fun while you kick back and relax on the covered front porch. If you’re itching to hike, the Arizona Trail is just steps from the front door. But otherwise, expect peace and quiet at this idyllic home.
“It’s hard to find good places that have the complete experience I’m looking for AND allow dogs, so this was a gem,” guest Alicia commented
2. The “Midnight House” Modern Cabin
Fees: $50 flat fee.
Policies: Any damage or excess cleaning caused by your pet will be charged to your reservation. Please follow leash laws and always be present with your pet while outdoors.
The peaceful, updated cabin in quiet neighborhood. Perfectly located near Downtown Flagstaff, North Arizona University, and hikes & trails all within 3.5 miles.
With 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, this is the perfect space for friends or family. It also many amenities like WiFi, smart TVs, patio spaces, a hot tub, games & puzzles. The owner clearly loves pets because they provide water and food bowls and bags for pet waste.
“First time out in Flagstaff and we couldn’t have picked a better place to stay! A very spacious, clean home, in a beautiful and friendly neighborhood. Plus a dreamy patio/deck area. Justin made the entire process a great experience,” Guest Darlene Commented.
3. Clean & Bright Dream Cabin Near Downtown Flagstaff
Fees: $50 flat fee.
Policies: You will be responsible if your pets cause damage, for example scratching the door. No pets on the couch or beds.
This modernly outfitted Airbnb features 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and is situated close to everything.With plenty of outdoor seating and a cozy yet large indoor area this cabin is perfect for summer or winter. It even has table tennis in the garage.
The neighborhood is perfect for nice walks with your dog. Buffalo Park is a short drive from this cabin and is known for its 2-mile loop trail through an expansive open space on the flat top of McMillan Mesa, an ancient lava flow. Most of the trail is on open, native grassland, but dips into a wooded ravine just to the west of the park entrance. Your pup is sure to love this hike.
4. Flagstaff A-frame – Top Wish-listed Airbnb in AZ
Fees: None listed.
Policies: House trained dogs only. No cats. Dogs are not allowed on beds or furniture. Do not leave your pets unattended in the cabin. There is a strict dog barking ordinance. Fence: No
A-Frame Flagstaff is a trendy and rustic getaway with tall windows, a front deck, and picturesque views of Ponderosa pines and mountain peaks. This property is far enough away from the light pollution of the city that you can marvel at the spectacular show of stars on a clear evening, especially in the winter.
On the ground floor of this small and cozy cabin are plush couches by a wood-burning stove – the perfect place t sit and admire the landscape with a morning coffee. There’s also a cute asymmetrical kitchenette with bar seating, a full bathroom, and a private bedroom with a bathroom. Up the steep staircase, you’ll find a lofted sleeping area with two single air mattresses for friends to share a second, semi-private space. Your dog will love the 1.5 secluded acres this property is situated on.
5. Pines Point on Continental Golf Club Course
Fees: $50 fee per pet per stay.
Policies: Pets must be under 25. Contact host for prior approval.
Indulge in cabin luxury at Pines Point, a stunning home featuring a glass wall looking out onto the golf course next door. In the living room, leather furnishings and a stone fireplace make it hard to leave. There’s even more comfortable leather seating in the finished basement, set next to a pool table, another fireplace, a wet bar with mini-fridge, and a poker table. It’s perfect for family game nights or a guys’ and gals’ weekends away.
The main bedroom is lofted above the common spaces and has a soft king bed and an ensuite bathroom. The other five bedrooms are equally comfortable with quality decor. In total, there’s eight beds, plus a sleeper sofa in the living room. Only a few minute drive to downtown Flagstaff, where you will find a vibrant dining and shopping area. Be sure to check out the dog-friendly patio at Diablo Burger.
6. Kachina Village A-Frame with Deck & Views
Fees: $50 fee per pet per stay.
Policies: Dogs only. Clean up after pets to avoid additional post-stay fee.
Experience the charm of a Flagstaff A-Frame, an Airbnb in Kachina Village that happily welcomes your fur babies. A beautiful iron spiral staircase acts as a focal point, and you’ll feel oh-so-trendy climbing it to move between the home’s three stories. Sunlight pours in through the tall A-frame windows.
Through the home’s sliding glass doors, step out onto the balcony and take in the panoramic views of the San Francisco Peaks in the distance. When evening falls, you can hang out on the screened-in porch and leave the mosquitos outside. If you’re traveling with another family or a large group, the basement has a pull-out sleeper sofa and kitchenette for added privacy.
Kachina Village is a secluded area just south of Flagstaff. While you are there be sure to check out the dog-friendly Raymond County Park.
7. Secluded Log Cabin on 5 Acre Forest
Fees: $150 deposit. $25 of which is non-refundable.
Policies: $125 refund as long as the property is free of pet damage or waste.
Immersed in the pines of the surrounding Coconino National Forest, The Lincoln Log Cabin is the perfect place to stay for a remote experience without sacrificing the convenience of staying close to downtown Flagstaff, as it’s less than five miles away. Popular attractions like The Arboretum At Flagstaff and the Riordan Mansion State Historic Park are also just a short drive away.
Stand out features of this pet-friendly Flagstaff Airbnb include a fully-furnished garage complete with sofa seating, a ping-pong table, and an air hockey table, as well as a large deck with a grill and a dining table. The home’s interior has cozy elements like stylish accents, a corner wood burning stove, and tall chalet-style windows.
8. Million Dollar Flagstaff Cabin Retreat
Fees: $75 flat fee.
Policies: None listed.
Everything about this stunning cabin is wide open, from the interior’s open floor plan to the sprawling yard. This four-bedroom, pet-friendly Flagstaff Airbnb is not only expertly decorated, but it’s also equipped with fun amenities the kids and kids at heart will love. With a pool table, freestanding arcade game, and bag toss, you won’t be bored here.
The property also features a massive deck with a grill, hammock, picnic tables, and a stone firepit for when the weather is nice. It’s only a short drive away from the historic streets of downtown Flagstaff, where breweries and restaurants stand waiting to satisfy your appetite. In the winter, skiers and snowboarders can hit the slopes at the nearby Snowbowl ski resort or snowshoe on some of the higher elevation trails.
9. Remote Mountain Star Cabin North of Flagstaff
Fees: $15 per dog per night.
Policies: Up to 3 dogs with approval.
Tucked away in the privacy of Kendrick Park, The Mountain Star is a remote Flagstaff solar-powered offering epic views of mountain ridges and swaying elk grass from the expansive deck and maybe even the occasional elk. Your family and up to three doggies can enjoy the comfort of this exceptionally reviewed three-bedroom cabin.
The host goes above and beyond to make you feel at home and provides just about everything you could need, and then some. Have fun creating artwork in the drawing room, working out in the lofted exercise space, or creating music with the guitar and drum set.
Guest Kevin says “It was very clean and had great amenities such as an outdoor fire pit, a fire pit on the second story deck, speakers throughout, and a nicely sized kitchen.”
10. Quaint Cabin “A-Frame of Mind”
Fees: $50 flat fee.
Policies: Two dog max. Dogs must be under 50 lbs each.
Get into an A-Frame of Mind during your visit to Flagstaff, in a sunny three-bedroom cabin located south of the city limits. This cabin is only 1.5 miles from Kachina Wetlands Preserve and the Fort Tuthill Recreation Area, where you can spend the day hiking, picnicking, or otherwise enjoying the great outdoors.
This recently renovated space has two comfortable living rooms, complete with wood-paneled accent walls, angular ceilings, and a fireplace.
11. The “Basecamp” Cozy Cabin
Fees: $50.00 fee for the first dog and $25.00 for each additional pet.
Policies: Dogs over 100 lbs require prior approval. Dogs only – no cats, gerbils, snakes, lizards or other friends.
The Basecamp is a warm and cozy Flagstaff cabin rental with exposed beams and gleaming hardwood floors. In the living room, an iron wood-burning stove will warm you inside and out, as will the kitchen’s little coffee station with complimentary supplies for a morning pick-me-up. When it comes time for bed, there are two bedrooms with three total beds. Basecamp also has pet beds, a water bowl, and pet treats for the four legged members of you family.
This log cabin is located just outside of Flagstaff on the edge of the Kachina Village neighborhood, about six miles from downtown. The yard is surrounded by pines and wetlands and offers a peaceful home base for exploring the best of the area. It’s fairly close to Sedona, which has some truly amazing hikes.
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