We never had a dog that smoked in the bed and set fire to the blankets.
We never had a dog who stole the towels or played the TV too loud, or had a noisy fight with his travelling companion.
We never had a dog who got drunk and broke up the furniture...
So, if your dog can vouch for you, you're welcome too.
Actually, we haven't had any guest doing those things either, but it was a nice little plaque I saw somewhere.
We don't like making rules, but we expect you to be responsible for your dog at all times.
Ideally your dog should not be left unattended in the room. Neither should they be confined to the car - The RSPCA states this should never be done.
Dogs are not allowed on the bed or furniture. A mat, protective sheet, towel and dog bags are provided but please bring your own too.
The Ingram suite is for your enjoyment, but please do not take your dog into the main body of the house, other guests may not be receptive.
Feel free to wander around the garden, but please clear up after your dog if needed. Beware of the pond.
If you dog has an 'accident' please say, so it can be cleaned up promptly & appropriately.
There is an easy circular route around the village for 'walkies', and many walks further afield. Please remember this is a rural area with lots of sheep - please do not let your dog off the lead if near any sheep, particularly at lambing time.
Most pubs nearby are dog friendly for well behaved dogs.
The beaches are great for walks, dogs are allowed on most of the beaches & dog bins are provided. The nearest beach is Bamburgh. Valleys are a haven for walks too but remember that the sheep roam free! Harthope is the nearest valley.
Each room is cleaned thoroughly after each guest, we do not charge extra for dogs so please be considerate and respect the furnishings etc. Please remember you will be liable to pay for any damage caused.