High-pedigree guests can now live in the lap of luxury for £300-a-night at Britain’s most exclusive hotel – for DOGS.
Pampered pooches are assigned their own butlers, walked in the 500-acre grounds and even receive pedicures at an exclusive health spa nearby.
Dogs have the pick of a three-course gourmet banquet off the a la carte menu which is designed by a top pet nutritionist.
Dishes include liver pate, braised fillet steak and luxury dog biscuits stuffed with broccoli and carrots.
The luxury pet packages are being offered at the three-star Riverside Hotel in Evesham, Worcs.
It has already attracted a celebrity following with socialite Tara Palmer Tompkinson, ex-EastEnders star Barbara Windsor, and news reader John Snow visiting with their pets.
Hotel owner Debbie Sinclair said: ”We cater for the more exclusive clientele.
”Our guests tend to be multi-millionaires and celebrities who want an indulgent getaway but don’t want to leave their dogs behind.
”You could say some of our guests are a little bit eccentric but what is wrong with pampering your dog.
”It might be a bit expensive but the dogs think they are in doggy heaven when they get here.”
Dog owners can book themselves and their dog into one of three luxury suites attached to the hotel.
A basic stay in an ‘executive suite’ costs £495 for two nights for two dog owners and their pet.
But add in three-course doggie banquets at £15-per-head, pet grooming sessions for £30, and a range of spa treatments for £60, and a weekend break costs over £600.
The hotel offers a range of canine spa treatments including hydrotherapy, acupuncture, pedicures and hairdressing.
And pups who want a bit of adventure on their holiday have free rein of the 500 acre deer park on the estate.
Britain’s Got Talent hopeful Pippa Longhorne and her pet Buddy who vowed the judges are also regulars at the hotel.
Pippa, 20, said: ”It’s just wonderful here. Buddy loves to come here and unwind. It’s so relaxing for him.”
The food for the dogs has been specially designed by head chef Rico Pecho with help from nutritionists from the Dogs Trust.
Debbie said: ”Even the ingredients used are of the highest quality.
”All the meat is sourced from a local butcher who has created a special sausage for the dogs made from roast beef and rice.”
The hotel even employs a special ‘dog nanny’ called Mary who sits with the mutts and talks to them to stop them feeling lonely.
A canine concierge is also on call 24 hours a day to whip up tasty snacks and ensure guests have the paw-fect stay.