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Nice hotel with nice leisure club very relaxing and clean rooms, only bad thing was the room smelt a little bit funny when we first checked in, and there was shampoo but no conditioner in the bathroom
Nice clean room friendly staff good clean breakfast nice service
Came to Middlesbrough for a concert. Hotel is above a pub. When we went downstairs we noticed how loud it was. We both commented on how we couldn’t hear the noise from our room. Our room could of done with a spruce up in the on-suite. Plenty of hot water and breakfast cooked to what you like. For ...
If you've ever felt guilty about leaving your pets at home when you go on holiday, then why not bring them with you? Cleveland has several pet-friendly hotels which are happy for guests to bring their dog (and sometimes other animals too) with them, whether you prefer to stay at a guesthouse in Redcar or an independent hotel in Guisborough.
It's important to double check with your hotel that they're happy for you to bring your pet along with you during your stay. Some pet-friendly hotels only allow dogs, whilst others will permit other animals too. Some hotels have specific pet-friendly rooms, usually on the ground floor, with access to outside space for dogs, while others will charge an additional fee per pet, per night. Generally, hotels which allow pets will have some kind of outdoor space for them, although Cleveland is close to the North Yorkshire Moors, giving you plenty of opportunity to take your dog for a long walk.
With many hotels in Cleveland offering free self-parking, getting here with your pet is easy. Family attractions such as The Owl Centre at Kirkleatham are easy to reach by car, and a day out at the beach will be a hit with a variety of pets. Make sure you choose a pet-friendly beach – your dog can burn off some energy while you take part in water sports such as surfing or jet skiing.
Pet-friendly hotels are usually only too happy to provide amenities for pets such as water and food bowls (and even food itself sometimes). You could even make a special room service request, although there are no guarantees your hotel will be able to fulfil it. Amenities such as minibars, flat-screen TVs and DVD players means that animal lovers can spend some quality time with their pets in between sightseeing and shopping. Free Wi-Fi also allows you to share all those cute pet selfies with friends and family.