Children & Dogs Welcomed

Kids stay FREE at Cringletie

Children are very welcome at Cringletie. The gardens and woodlands are very safe and make a marvellous adventure playground for children to roam around. We offer a selection of outdoor games: giant chess, croquet, badminton and even wellington boots and a trampoline! We also have a variety of board games and books available in the bar. Further afield the region offers superb walking, biking, horseriding, fishing and even treetop adventures.

Ardean, our 2 bed cottage in the grounds makes the perfect family bolt hole with 2 double/twin bedrooms plus a sofa bed in the spacious living area. Kids of all ages will love the outdoor hot tub!

Alternatively many of our Luxury Rooms and Junior Suites can accommodate rollaway beds which are suitable for children up to 12 years old – please call us to arrange. Older children may prefer their own room.

Children stay FREE of charge up to the age of 12 - this includes rollaway beds or cots. They will be charged for meals as taken, and the children breakfast is £7.50. Under 5’s no charge for breakfast. A children’s menu is available in the relaxed environment of the bar and lounge; children’s meals are also served in the Sutherland Restaurant.

Cots are provided free of charge for babies and staff will be only too happy to help with heating food or bottles, storing pushchairs, changing nappies (…well maybe they won’t go quite that far!).  We do have, however, a baby changing unit in the disabled toilet.


Four legged friends- Dogs stay FREE at Cringletie

We also enjoy having dogs to stay, we do not charge for dogs and yet they are welcomed with a nice doggy biscuit!  The grounds are wonderful for a morning dog walk with plenty of rabbits to chase and we will happily provide a water bowl on request. We also offer dogs their own special menu, blankets and cushions, dog box; doggie walks map plus we have a vet on call and a grooming service who can come to tender for all your treasured ones needs!  Unfortunately, dogs (apart from Guide Dogs) are not allowed in any of the public rooms because of food hygiene regulations.

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