Dog Hotel in Duchy of Lancashire Looks Inviting

Being a cat lover, I really find it disappointing every time I read something luxurious designed for dogs. Usually, cats are known to understand “luxury” in its real sense than a barking flea bitten dog that needs constant attention. Thus, I can’t really appreciate even when a dog hotel that is most luxurious, and is built on the British Queen’s estate is the topic in focus.

Yep, the Dog hotel that I just learned about is built on the lawns on Duchy of Lancaster — the Queen’s private estate. The existing piggery at Higher Whitewell Farm would be turned into a really luxurious dog hotel which would house the dogs that belong to the guests at the nearby Inn at Whitewell.

The hotel would come with cafe, farm shop, health spa and 69 parking spaces. Dogs would get treats and toys, fun swims, walks, and even canine hydrotherapy along with a night’s stay for just 20 to 30 Pounds. Duchy of Lancaster is a body that was established 700 years ago and does not depend on tax-payer’s money for its upkeep. It is completely self-financing and will now even boast of a luxurious dog hotel.

Via: Lancashire Telegraph

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