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Enjoy a truly dog-welcoming break at Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa where you can discover the best of the local area with your dog in tow. We have worked closely with Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa on this exclusive offer to include pet perks with unbeatable value you won't find anywhere else.
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2 nights from £350 for 2 adults & 2 dogs for a mid-week stay
3 nights from £525 for 2 adults & 2 dogs for a mid-week stay
5 nights from £875 for 2 adults & 2 dogs for a mid-week stay
Saturday night supplement from £60.
Originating in the 18th Century, and formerly owned by the Duke of Westminster, the dog-friendly Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa is situated in beautifully landscaped grounds in the border village of Pulford. Just minutes drive from the centre of the historic city of Chester, this location makes for a perfect break with your four legged friend whether you want to explore the Roman city walls or head into the beautiful Welsh countryside
Voted as the most dog friendly hotel in the county by Visit Cheshire, the hotel features 75 beautifully designed, dog friendly rooms all with bowl, treats and a dog bed provided for four legged guests and flat screen tv and coffee making facilities for humans. The Deluxe rooms are particularly spacious with some set over two floors and featuring a spiral staircase.
Spa by Kasia, with touches of the Far East, is a haven of tranquility and dedicated to complete relaxation - perfect after a busy day walking the nearby country parks of Waun-Y-Llyn or Alyn Waters. Choose from over 60 different treatments using Elemis products, with therapists tailoring everything to suit your needs and then relax in the Asian Sensory Garden. There is also a full service health club complete with Roman style swimming pool, jacuzzi, steam room and gym.
Dining at The Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa is an experience to be savoured with dogs welcome at Nelson’s Bar. Its roaring fireplace, range of craft beers and seasonal menu showcasing the very best of British produce, much of which is locally sourced, make for a cosy dining experience. There is a special menu for four legged diners including ‘bark burgers’ and ‘paw star martinis’. Whilst dogs are not permitted in Palm Court, this is a truly opulent room for fine dining and not to be missed, especially the signature afternoon tea.