My partner and I stayed with our labrador in September for four nights. They don't normally let dogs stay but were kind enough to make an exception for us.
It's advertised as a B&B; it's unusual in style but very flexible. Basically Jeanette and Paul have a self contained suite of rooms that they let out - a living room, bedroom and bathroom - all beautifully decorated. It's not self catering as there is no proper kitchenette. However in the entrance hall area there is a fridge, toaster, kettle and a range of crockery. There is a good range of tea, coffee and hot chocolate to which you can help yourself. On a daily basis they restock the shelves and fridge with cereals, porridge pots, orange juice, cereal bars, croissants, yoghurts, butter and jam. You can help yourself at whatever time suits you - so if you want to be up and about really early or want to stay in bed really late it's no problem. When they restock the food they take away all your dirty crocks and... more