Longcroft Luxury Cat hotel was launched by Abi Purser because she couldn’t find a premium cattery in her area for her own cats. So the first five-star cat hotel was opened in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire. Abi firmly believes that cat owners should be able to get the kind of services the want to get for themselves. Longcroft’s success is due to luxurious surroundings, meticulous attention to detail, round the clock care for the feline friends and impeccable hygiene. Now there are new franchises in St Albans and Haywards Heath.
Longcroft Luxury Cat hotel
The Daisy Suite
The Daisy Suite
The Poppy Suite
“We have invested in the best possible accommodation to build a bespoke design for our cat hotel, using state of the art materials to ensure our guests are snug and warm in the winter, and cool and calm in the summer. “
Longcroft luxury cat hotel features wrought iron designer cat beds, soft fluffy pillows and the A La Cat™ menu which is served on bone china and silver platters. There are also special pamper packages like grooming services, a choice of music and team members who can entertain the feline guests round the clock. Fresh oxygenated waters come directly out of a porcelain water fountains to the guest rooms.
“Each chalet, like the Bluebell or Poppy suites, are decorated with individual themes and all come with deep comfortable beds.”
A La Cat™ menu ”All our menus have been developed under the consultation of a feline nutritionist and we use organic and responsibly farmed ingredients wherever possible.”
Finally each suite has a separate heated bedroom and themed play area. There are bird boxes outside their private windows to keep them entertain. Ultimately Mrs. Purser wants to make sure the guest are being look after in a luxurious environment and ensure the owner’s peace of mind. If we ever have use a cattery, we’d love Talisker to try this hotel. Has any use Longcroft luxury cat hotel before?
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