For people who love animals, going away even for a quick weekend break can be a bit of hassle when it comes to pets (especially dogs). Most holiday locations, such as hotels, don’t allow animals on their premises. While their reasons for this rule are understandable, this means that plans need to be made to either arrange a sitter to take care of the dogs, or owners may need to pay for external services such as kennels. This means expense as well as effort, so it can be a little frustrating.
Fortunately there are alternative forms of accommodation that can cater for a wider variety of needs and do allow dogs on the premises. If you’re staying in a coastal region such as Norfolk, you can hire out a luxury cottage and bring the family dog with you. These dog friendly cottages are perfectly suited for guests and their canine chums and provide plenty of room for everybody. Even if there are more than two guests there is accommodation readily available that allows many more people to stay while still providing room for their four legged friend to sleep.
Because of the rural, coastal location of many of these cottages, there is ample opportunity to take your pet for a brisk morning walk around the luxurious, unspoiled locations. Norfolk cottages, for example, are surrounded by coastal walks and countryside locales that are ideal for enthusiastic outdoors types and dog lovers. This way there isn’t any worry that dogs brought along for the holiday will be cooped up inside the cottage for the duration.
By allowing dogs to stay with their owners in their holiday accommodation it gives guests peace of mind by taking away the stress of either paying for a professional kennel to keep them in or ensuring that someone has access to their home to look after them. This will make for a much more relaxing break which, to be honest, is exactly what guests are looking for.