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AHT Life Magazine 2018

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Leading science and care for animals The top pet-friendly destinations in East Anglia From traditional village pubs and restaurants to boutique hotels and friendly B&Bs, check out some of the best destinations for you to take your most trusted companions. Hotel Felix hotel & restaurant Hotel Felix is a four-star boutique hotel set in tranquil grounds, just a five minute drive from central Cambridge. This privately-owned Victorian villa is a fusion of traditional and contemporary interiors and has gained a formidable reputation for serving seasonally-inspired modern British food with an Italian influence. The vibrant décor of awardwinning Graffiti Restaurant and the light, airy Orangery lend themselves effortlessly to lunches, intimate dinners and indulgent afternoon teas. Both look out over the south-facing Garden Terrace and landscaped gardens, which are perfect for pre-dinner drinks or alfresco dining in the summer months. On colder days, an open fire creates a warm and cosy ambience while colourful, modern artwork adorns the various interior spaces. The hotel has 52 stylish and well-appointed bedrooms which have been thoughtfully designed. They range from standard double and twin rooms to spacious Junior Suites. Well-behaved dogs are most welcome in some rooms and the suites are ideal for families. Hotel Felix also offers an inspired setting for private dining, as well as meetings, with a choice of four elegant rooms which can accommodate between six and 60 guests. In addition, the hotel has plenty of free parking and is easily accessible from the city centre, A14 and M11. Whitehouse Lane, Huntingdon Rd, Girton, Cambridge CB3 0LX | hotelfelix.co.uk | 01223 277977 28 AHT Life

Just a 10 minute drive from the AHT! Find out more at www.aht.org.uk The Hoste hotel & restaurant Located in the beautiful village of Burnham Market, The Hoste is a luxury hotel with 62 individuallystyled bedrooms and a truly traditional restaurant. The Hoste is perfectly located a couple of miles from the spectacular North Norfolk coastline. The Hotel also has a health and beauty spa, cinema and fitness centre, and is situated close to some wonderful boutiques. Pets are welcome at the Hotel, but they do ask that you notify the team before your arrival. The Weeping Willow pub & restaurant Following an extensive renovation in 2017, The Weeping Willow is an exquisite restaurant in the heart of Suffolk. If you’re visiting in the day for a quick bite to eat, you will be welcomed to a cosy environment. You can enjoy everything from homemade scotch eggs and a pint of local bitter, to a local tasting menu with a bottle of Champagne. The restaurant is surrounded by beautiful gardens, which makes it the perfect spot for pets. The Green, Burnham Market, King’s Lynn, Norfolk PE31 8HD | thehoste.com | 01328 738777 Bury Road, Barrow, Bury St Edmunds IP29 5AB theweepingwillow.co.uk | 01284 771881 The Chequers Inn hotel & restaurant When visiting Norfolk, long beach walks are a must. And with a dog, muddy paws are inevitable! The Chequers Inn is the perfect destination to take your pet. They welcome dogs in the restaurant, pub and bedrooms, and sausages for breakfast for your dog are also offered. Combining rustic charm with contemporary style, The Chequers Inn has a very welcoming team and it is very popular for locals and visitors alike. High Street, Thornham, Norfolk PE36 6LY chequersinnthornham.com | 01485 512229 The Brudenell hotel & restaurant Overlooking the beautiful shores of Aldeburgh, The Brudenell is a sought-after venue for dog-owners. The hotel has 44 bedrooms, which come with plenty of space for up to two four-legged friends. The rooms enjoy stunning views across Aldeburgh’s beach as well as countryside views over to the River Alde. For food, the destination is a great spot to try some of the freshest local fish, seafood and free-range meats from the area. The Parade, Aldeburgh, Suffolk IP15 5BU brudenellhotel.co.uk | 01728 452071 AHT Life 29

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