Our Pet Friendly Cottages in Suffolk

Our Pet Friendly Cottages in Suffolk

If you love our animal friends as much as we do then there’s no way you’ll want to leave them behind when you’re looking for quality Pet Friendly Cottages you could take them to. Therefore you’ll probably find yourself spending hours on the internet looking for somewhere to go on holiday.

Well look no further! A family getaway wouldn’t be complete with out all the family being in attendance. We know that and that’s why we’ve put a lot of effort into making our Pet Friendly Cottages as welcoming to all as possible. Including our animal buddies.

Pet Friendly Cottages If you have a look around our website, you’ll see that we speak a lot about being Dog Friendly. But our ‘arms open wide’ welcoming policy extends far beyond our K9 companions.

So we simply talk about dog most often as they are our most regular animal guests.

We normally allow up to three well-behaved dogs (and their well behaved human chums). We are also very happy to discuss welcoming other kinds of pets on an individual basis.

Over the years we’ve had all manner of guests in our Pet Friendly Cottages. We have had everyone from house cats to rabbits enjoy a stay with us. We love it!

As a result we were delighted to have been awarded the Pets Welcome accreditation by the VisitEngland governing body ‘Quality in Tourism’ which backs up our approach to Pet Friendly Cottages.Pet Friendly Cottages

To ensure our Pet Friendly Cottages are as welcoming to you as they were for the previous occupant we have a rigorous cleaning regime in place using specific ‘pet products’. This ensures that every cottage remains spotless inside and out. We have a small additional charge of £15 per dog per break to maintain this.

So if you think you’ve found the perfect Pet Friendly Cottages here at Woodfarm Barns and you’d like to come and stay with us, you can check our availability here:

Note: As we stated above, we’re more than happy to discuss the proposition of any and all kinds of animal friends staying with us. However due to a bad previous experience we no long welcome elephants. Nothing personal against the majestic creatures. We just find they stifle the conversation in any room they’re in. (boom boom)