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Santa Paws is Coming to Longcroft

Added on: 17th December, 2019 by Lucy_50272

 Santa Paws is Coming to Longcroft

We can't think of a better way to spend Christmas Day!

Last Updated:
Tue, 17 December 2019

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Christmas isnít just for humans! Here at Longcroft Luxury Cat Hotel Orpington we love to make the festive holidays purrrfect for each and every one of our feline guests. We offer each kitty a day packed with seasonal cheer, tasty treats and an afternoon of birdwatching from their suites.

Awaiting every four-legged guest at Longcroft this festive morning will be a hamper full of toys and treats selected individually for each guest. This will be followed by a nutritionally balanced breakfast from the hotelís premium selection and ĎA La Catí menu. Every guest will have the chance to while away Ďthe most magical day of the yearí with plenty of playtime and cuddles, to a backdrop of Christmas carols and fairy lights. If their humans allow, guests will dine on a Christmas lunch of turkey breast served with a side of organic catnip ... and for dessert a helping of warm cat milk. We can't think of a better way to spend Christmas Day!

Longcroft is the UKís only luxury hotel group exclusively for cats, with 21 fully licensed locations in the UK. Founded in 2010, the company has grown rapidly thanks to its revolutionary approach to cat boarding, placing animal welfare at its heart. Longcroft offers peace of mind to cat owners when they go away, by providing an expertly tailored, home-from-home experience for its feline guests whatever the season.

Longcroft Orpington is a five-star, purpose-built hotel, with 6 spacious climate-controlled suites, which provides one on one care for every guest. Contact us on 020 3887 2443 or email orpington@longcroftcathotel.co.uk.

For further information about Longcroft Luxury Cat Hotels, go to www.longcroftcathotel.co.uk

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