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My stay was so I could visit my 90 year old aunt who had recently move to a village near bye from Essex, Access , Service and value for money was excellent. I will most certainly return on my next visit to see her.
Bit baffled when we first got there as no-one at reception, and had a dodgy window in the room. But, very pleasnt staff, excellent breakfast, and generally good,
The hotel staff made us feel so welcome. Nothing was too much for them, and all had smiles and a friendly word. The hotel is in within reach of the town centre with good parking. The food was excellent, The Sunday carvery as well as the breakfast the following morning. Very clean and comfortable, ...
The welcome we received was wonderful. The natives were friendly, the food was very good and the scenery spectacular in this lovely area of North Devon. The owners and staff were very attentive and our only adverse comment would be that the bed could have been more comfortable. It has taken us over ...
By booking in to a pet-friendly hotel in Somerset, such as the Tarr Farm Inn in Dulverton or Saffron House Hotel in Ilfracombe, you won't have to leave your beloved pet behind when you head off on holiday. Somerset, with its wide open spaces, scenic walks and areas like Exmoor National Park and the Mendips, is a happy romping ground for dogs and humans alike, and pet-friendly hotels will have all the facilities you and your pet require.
If you want your dog to have as enjoyable a time as your family when you visit this part of England then be sure to pick a good Somerset pet-friendly hotel. Nutritious canine food will be on the menu, along with a variety of extras like occasional snacks, blankets and comfortable sleeping quarters. It's a dog's life in Somerset's pet-friendly hotels, and he probably won't want to return home with you at the end of the break!
The treats and toys made available at pet-friendly hotels in Somerset like Halfway House Inn Country Lodge in Yeovil are part of a package made available for guests' pets. Many people feel guilty for having to leave their pet to be looked after by friends or professional kennel staff when they go off for a break, and these hotels have spotted a gap in the market. A well-trained dog can often be better behaved than some of the guests, and properly looked after, he'll be no trouble at all. The lobby staff will have information on local dog walking areas, parks and pet-friendly establishments in the area, and they'll always available with help and advice. There may even be facilities such as a professional dog walking service, and the hotel will have links with local vets and pet suppliers.
The few rules that apply to pets are no more onerous than the sensible ones which you as a guest will be expected to abide by. They'll include such things as keeping your dog on a lead whilst on the premises - hardly much of a problem when you consider all the advantages of a pet-friendly hotel break in Somerset!