CONDITIONS FOR ACCEPTING DOGS IN THE COTTAGES AND ROOMS
By bookings rooms and/or cottages it is taken that these terms are agreed.
Well behaved and friendly dogs are welcome in most of our cottages and rooms. Dogs are not permitted in Pig Wig Cottage, The Farmhouse Room or the breakfast room.
There are currently fields at the rear of the property where Clients can exercise their dogs. A plan of fields and how to reach them can be downloaded above.
Charges of £20 per pooch per stay up to three nights apply except for guide or hearing dogs. If the booking has been received via an agent then charges are £25 pp.
The number of dogs should not exceed the number agreed.
In the interest of guest safety and following government legislation we are sorry we are unable to accept American Pit Bull Terriers and similar types of dog.
Dogs should be house trained and be at least six months old.
Flea and worming treatments must be up to date before arrival.
The Client should bring food and water bowls and bedding for your dog(s).
They should not be permitted on the furniture or in the bedrooms in the cottages or bathrooms.
Unless securely caged, dogs should not be left unattended in the rooms (except for breakfast) and cottages. We may have a spare cage if required.
Dogs should not disturb other guests.
Due to free ranging pets and other animals, dogs must be kept on a lead whilst on the property.
There is a tap outside of the barn opposite the rooms which can be used to wash dogs. If you require some old towels do let us know.
Any poops should be picked up and disposed of in the labelled white bin in the car park.
Any damage caused by your dog should be reported as soon as practical. On arrival Clients should check for damage and agree with Nigel or Pauline Stanley or it will be assumed that it was caused by yourselves.
The guest will be responsible for any damage and additional cleaning. This will be charged to the credit/debit card used to make the booking without recourse.