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Hotel located by the beautiful Lytham St Anne's beach in Lancashire.Read More
The Glendower Hotel is in the perfect location for your break away. Just a stone's throw away from the beautiful St Anne's beach and a 5 minute walk to Ashton Park and St Anne's centre.
The hotel hosts a variety of dog friendly rooms from 2 bedroom family rooms to double executive sea views!
For your meals, don't worry we have that covered!
Bring your four legged friends to breakfast, lunch and dinner in our newly refurbished bar area. Sausages, treats and water is available while you enjoy your meal with a cocktail or 3!
Dogs are charged at £10 per night and include a welcome letter, treats, blanket and much more!
Daniella, April 2019
Our family group of four persons, plus a large dog, were very comfortable in our family suite. I had chosen this hotel specifically because it was dog-friendly, and we (humans and dog) were not disappointed. Our dog enjoyed the welcome letter in the room! The staff were all very helpful and friendly. The restaurant "Coast Brasserie" was excellent - we had two dinners there as well as Easter Sunday lunch, trying various dishes and finding them all very good. Breakfast was also very good. The location of the hotel is right across the streets from the dunes and the beach. We enjoyed getting to know the area.
Sally, April 2019
My Mum and I have just returned from 2 nights as this hotel. Well, where do I start... From the moment we arrived with our rather large Dogue de Bordeaux Bernard we were made to feel amazingly welcome. The staff could not do enough for us and looked after us from start to finish - nothing was too much trouble. The rooms were lovely and the food was superb - the fish and chips were so fresh and tasty!
As far as dog-friendly hotels go this is by far the best hotel I have ever been. When we got into the room there was a dog blanket and a bowl of food and water. The reception staff made such a fuss of Bernard and brought him bowls of sausages for supper, and hard boiled eggs for breakfast, they were amazing with him. Dogs weren’t allowed in the restaurant but each morning we came down to a breakfast table that had been made up in the lounge so we could eat with our dog. The hotel itself could not be more ideally placed for long walks on the beach - the dog friendly area on the beach is directly opposite the hotel.
I’d like to make a special mention about the staff. Every single member of staff was absolutely brilliant. They were professional, polite, friendly and went above and beyond to make sure our stay was enjoyable. I cannot stress how first class the service was - the staff are an absolute credit to this hotel. Tina and Hayley were especially outstanding, what lovely people. Well, you all were actually!
We can’t wait to come back - thank you so much
Dean C, April 2019
Just returned from an overnight stay at the Glendower and have left blown away at just how good this hotel is. We are regular travellers and have visited all kinds of dog friendly accommodation but this hotel is in a different league. Our Choccy Labrador, Poppy, was not just tolerated but treated like a VIP and we were very much spoiled too. The welcome on arrival was like coming home. We were upgraded to a bigger, better room which was outstanding - king size bed, sea view and a great size too. The room was clean and you'd never guess a dog had ever been in there. The hotel provides a (small) double bowl and dry food and pet blanket which is a great touch. We spent the evening in the bar. Understandably you can't eat in the (gorgeous) restaurant with a dog but the bar area is comfortable, spacious and beautifully decorated too. The meals we had were outstanding and great value too. We were visited by family and spent the night in the bar. We were really well looked after including the dog and visiting children. The bar prices were a little higher than pub levels but nothing close to what others claim in their reviews. As we had Poppy we had a table in the bar for breakfast which we collected from the restaurant. The food was great, the service was exceptional, eating in the bar was absolutely fine. Poppy got a bowl of cooked sausage pieces that lasted her all day. The checkout experience was equally pleasant and we had no hesitation in booking another two trips for 2019.
Top tips: 1. You can eat with your dog in the bar - no crating or locking your pet in the car required. 2. There are grassy sand dunes and a beach to exercise the dog across the road (inc. poo bin). 3. Join the Best Western rewards club and you may get upgraded. 4. There is plenty of parking.
Summary: An amazing hotel for dog lovers OR non doggy visitors. (PS: If you come here and moan about dogs in the hotel you only have yourself to blame - it's no secret. Besides the lounge and the restaurant are dog free - get a grip!)
Listing Updated: 04/04/2019
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