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Aristo-cats live high life in purr-fect hotel
A stay at a luxury resort with fine dining, a four-poster bed and a state-of-the-art sound system – for just £15 a night?
Sounds like a purrfect bargain.
But the only guests welcome at this hotel have four legs, fur and a tail.
Cat lover Abi Pursey is within a whisker of opening a luxury cat hotel in Lindfield.
Moggies from across the county will be be purring in delight at the hotel’s organic ‘A la cat’ menu, featuring tasty steamed salmon, king prawns and shrimp terrine.
And just like at a five-star hotel, the feline guests dine in style.
Rather than eating from plastic bowls, their gourmet meals are served on Sophie Conran plates made from the best bone china.
Mrs Pursey said: “At our hotel cats can have whatever they fancy.”
After their delicious dinner, each guest retires to a wrought iron four-poster bed in their own lavishly decorated personal suite.
Mrs Pursey said: “We’ve got two sizes of room – large and extra large. We give our cats bed pillows designed for humans because that’s what they like.
“That’s the reason they want to stay in people’s beds every night.”
In the morning, each guest will be treated to a grooming session with nail-clipping and fur brushing.
Mrs Pursey said: “We’ve even got one Persian cat called Luigi who comes in to have his make-up put on. His owners say they want to cover over his tear stains.”
To make sure the aristo-cat guests are never bored, Mrs Pursey will play them “mood music” over a special £5,000 sound system.
There is already a Longcroft Luxury Cat Hotel in Hertfordshire and Mrs Pursey has now applied to Mid Sussex District Council for planning permission for the new Luxury Cat Hotel in Rooks Acre, Scaynes Hill road, Lindfield.
Neighbours are being consulted before a decision is made.
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