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Accommodation

The dog hotel accommodation is designed to high standards and decorated and furnished to give a more homely feel. The modern units are made of white fibreglass – chosen for warmth, quiet and comfort.  Each suite is heated to provide an even room temperature and has a separate exercise/activity area to provide the ultimate in comfort for your dog.

Fresh water is available 24 hours a day to guests and we offer a delicious “fine dining” menu to cater for your dogs every need. We also play soft relaxing music throughout the day for additional comfort and we have soft lighting for night time.

  • Friendly, Experienced Staff
  • Safe Secure Environment
  • Radio
  • Heated Rooms
  • Fine Dining Menu

The Dog exercise area in each unit allow ease of movement and entertainment.  These are stripped and cleaned each time a suite is prepared and they are replaced on a regular basis ensuring the very best standards are maintained.

We are happy to discuss individual requirements and any special needs and provide you with peace of mind of 24-hour security and care. There is also a Veterinary Surgeon on call 24 hours a day.

Feeding

For our everyday menu, we would prefer to feed your dog their usual diet* and this is included as part of the boarding cost.  We feed two main meals daily and in addition to this there will be munchies available throughout the day.

If you would like to treat your dog to something truly special then see our exclusive “fine dining” menu.  Served at supper time, using the freshest produce, items include fresh beef, succulent chicken and mezze!!

*please advise during your booking of any special dietary requirements

Activities

Your dog will have access to the dog fitness area during their stay and will be given daily exercise.

  • Playtime (using our purpose built dog exercise arena)
  • Daily brush and fuss
  • Lots of attention and cuddles
  • Exercise is tailored to your dog’s needs and abilities

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