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Captain’s Club Hotel & Spa

Christchurch, Dorset

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Captain’s Club Hotel and Spa is a unique, luxury and dog friendly hotel in a tranquil location perched beside the River Stour in Christchurch. The hotel boasts a contemporary nautical-inspired design, 2 AA Rosette-awarded food, a boutique spa and spacious comfortable rooms. Enjoy a relaxing break in Dorset in one of the luxury dog friendly suites.

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Description

With the beautiful, rambling greenery and ancient woodland of the New Forest just a few paw prints away, there’s plenty of exploring to be done and discoveries to be found during your stay at Captain’s Club. And as The Captain’s dog Willow likes to remind us, no good walk would be complete without ‘a man’s best friend’ by your side to navigate. So we’ve designed a wonderful collection of suites that welcome both you and your dog to Captain’s Club.

Willow’s already sniffed out all the best walks for you, helped to choose the comfiest dog beds for your cabin and a good-sized water bowl ready for a revitalising tipple. Whether you’ve been for a leisurely amble around Christchurch or an adventurous jaunt in the forest, return to Captain’s Club for a good night’s sleep in our luxurious suites.

Please let us know when you book if you plan to pack your pooch for your trip to Captain’s Club, so we can make special arrangements for their visit. A small paw-print charge of £20 per dog, per night will be added to your booking.

Facilities

LCD Televisions with DVD player
Free Wi-Fi internet access in all rooms
Nespresso coffee machine and tea making facilities
Hildon mineral water
Sumptuous bathrobes
Luxury Aromatherapy Associates toiletries
24-hour room service
Lifts to all floors
Use of hotel moorings (subject to availability and tariff) with direct access to the hotel promenade
Free-parking with 24-hour CCTV security
Dog friendly suites available.

Pet Perks

Dog beds and water bowls provided.

01202 475111
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