Set in 157 acres of landscaped grounds, the dog friendly Hallmark Hotel The Welcombe is within sonnet-shouting distance of William Shakespeare’s birthplace; Stratford-upon-Avon. It’s really easy to get to the hotel and the facilities are first rate.
It was at the Hallmark Hotel The Welcombe where the Hallmark Hotel Group launched its Pawfect Pet Package on National Dog Day 2016.
Dogs booked in on the Hallmark Hotels Pawfect Package will be greeted by a personalised card and Welcome Pack in their (owners’) room on arrival.
The package comes complete with Dog Treats, Paw Mat and Dog Bowl in the room, a large bottle of still water, a towel and a map recommending hotel grounds/nearby parkland to explore whilst they stretch their legs.
At the Hallmark Hotel The Welcombe there are 12 dog friendly rooms including Standard, Executive Doubles, Suite Superior and a Four Poster. All dog friendly rooms are on the ground floor of the hotel for ease of access.
Up to 2 dogs can stay (although there can be some flexibility depending on size of dogs) at a cost of £15 per dog per night.
The Jacobean house combines traditional features such as oak-panels and open log-fires with modern comforts and amenities, and 157 acres of beautiful grounds in rolling countryside including Clopton Nature Reserve adjacent to the hotel and local fields so plenty of outdoor space for you and your four-legged friend to explore.
After a countryside walk you and your pooch can relax in the bar/lounge area for a well-deserved drink or maybe even afternoon tea. Although restricted from the restaurant and leisure areas, dogs are welcome in the bar where you can order food from any of the hotel’s menus.
Robert Alley, Group Sales and Marketing Director at Hallmark Hotels commented, “The growth of the UK stay-cation, the price of kennels and the increasing desire to holiday with our hounds have all contributed to a major rise in demand for pet friendly hotels. We’re therefore delighted to be able to offer our guests the opportunity to get away with all the family.”