Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire Gets New Top Dog

Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire has a new addition to the team: Sixteen-week-old black Labrador Oliver Beckington is an authentic Hampshire puppy, and represents the hotel's status as a dog-friendly destination.



Named after two bishops who once resided on the Dogmersfield Estate, Oliver Beckington will be trained to Four Seasons standards and, we hear, is already an integral part of life at the Hampshire property.

Demonstrating their Welcome Pets’ policy, General Manager Charlie Parker says, “Pets are part of a family and, for many people, a holiday or a visit to the countryside just isn’t complete without them. We happily invite our guests to bring their dogs to stay and are delighted that they will now be greeted by our own! Oliver Beckington is a wonderful addition.”

As a countryside destination for top dogs, the hotel has teamed with exclusive London dog and cat outfitters Mungo & Maud to ensure quality pampering for pooches. As guests to Dogmersfield Park, dogs can relax in elegant dog beds, tidy up with grooming products, enjoy organic treats from personalized feeding bowls. Followers of four-legged fashion will be able to purchase a selection of haute pooch couture from the hotel boutique.

Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire welcomes fully trained dogs, no larger than a full grown Labrador and at least six months of age. A one time deep cleaning fee of £35 per dog per stay will be charged. This fee includes luxury doggie amenities. Dog sitting services are available upon request.
 

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