Pets receive five star treatment at this luxury hotel. Situated in London's smart Kensington four-legged guests are pampered with their own bed, toys and treats. They can order from special menus including sausages in gravy for dogs or fresh salmon for cats. The hotel can also arrange dog grooming, sitting and walking. Pets stay for free in any room, but you need to give a credit card authorisation to cover any damage.
Run by dog owners the Broadoaks Country House Hotel knows how to make your pet feel right at home. The Doggie Dinner Bed and Breakfast rate of £25 includes a choice of dishes including chicken breast, roast beef or Pedigree Chum, plus home made gravy, along with a side of bones or chews. Water bowls, spare leads and scoop sacks are all available too. Dogs are welcome in all the ground floor rooms, the top suite and garden lodges.
Guests travelling with dogs can book into one of the Fairway Junior or Studio suites at the Ashdown Park Hotel in East Sussex. You can then roam the 186 acres of parkland together. Book a £30 a night Dog Package and your pet will be treated to a bed, blanket, treat and a dinner of either organic chicken breast or fresh grilled fish prepared by the hotel's chef. If you opt out of the package dogs stay for free.
The Lake District is famous for its fantastic walking country, so why not bring your dog along too? Book into Linthwaite House Hotel and your dog will enjoy the break as much as you do. The hotel has allocated two ground floor rooms for dog owners and can lay on food and water bowls, a blanket, lead and scoop bags. It also provides advice on the best local dog walks and dog-friendly pubs. Dogs are charged at £9 a night.
Every doggy guest checking in to The Headland Hotel is greeted with a welcome letter explaining the hotel's pet policies and encouraging them to get out and explore the miles of coastal paths around the hotel. They are also provided with soft bedding, a chew stick, scoop bags and a food bowl. Dogs are charged at £15 per night.
Set in the heart of Dartmoor National Park the luxurious Two Bridges Hotel offers a warm welcome to dogs. Dogs stay for free in standard rooms or, if you opt to upgrade to a premier room, there is a £10 housekeeping charge. While owners are expected to bring their own dog bedding, they can order food from the hotel's special menu of ‘Doggy Delights'.
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