Monday 13 July 2020

Dog brunch launching at Tewkesbury Park Hotel

Dogs, and their owners, can dine out in style at a new Doggie brunch launching at Tewkesbury Park Hotel.

Tails will be wagging all over Gloucestershire at the news a Doggie Brunch has been launched at Tewkesbury Park Hotel – welcoming dog of all shapes and sizes.

Set-up in the Piano Lounge, the plush Tewkesbury hotel’s allocated dog area, the brunch is available on Sundays from 11.30am to 3pm, at a cost of £20 for adult, £10 for children aged 5-12-years, while under 5s and dogs go free!

Organisers said ‘the team have recognised that where the owner goes, so does their best friend!’

Humans can help themselves to the buffet-style brunch in the nearby Mint restaurant, with breakfast staples such as eggs benedict with jerk-spiced pulled pork, and smoked haddock, spring onion and saffron kedgeree on offer.

There’s also make-your-own salad boards, smoothies and other appetising dishes on offer, in addition to a dedicated pudding table with mini-puds, warm waffles with a selection of toppings, and a Willy Wonka-style chocolate fountain.

For the pampered pooch, meanwhile, organisers say there’s sausages a-plenty and a Kilner jar of dog treats too. Plus, there’s 165 acres of stunning grounds to explore at Tewkesbury Park Hotel for walkies afterwards.

For more information see Tewkesbury Park Hotel or call (01684) 295405.

© SoGlos
Friday 24 May 2019

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