BED & BREAKFAST near EYEMOUTH

Westwood House

Phone:     (+44) 07709 269 753
email:  quin760@btinternet.com


Heidi, our golden oldie

-10 years old.


Dog Policy
 

Dogs are welcome by prior arrangement.

Please keep your dog on a lead at all times in the house. Please keep your dog off all beds and furniture in the bedrooms and guest sitting room.

You may let your dog run free on the grass as long as there are no other guests using the garden. Please be aware this is the “busy” side of the house with post and deliveries being made to the kitchen door. Cars, motorbikes, other guests, family members and our gardener may be using the driveway or garden so full control of your dog is essential.

Please clean up after your dog, place poop bags in the black bins.

A water bowl can be found near the kitchen door. Please refill from the outdoor tap if empty.

Dogs must not be left unattended in the garden, guest bedrooms and bathrooms and regretfully they cannot join you for breakfast (except guide dogs and other service/helper dogs ).

Please place your dog’s food and water bowls on the bathroom floor as it is much easier to keep clean than the room carpets. Thank you.

You can walk your dog down the village or there is a nice walk around a section of the river Eye, just opposite our house. Ask us for details. Please clean up after your dog in around the village.

Many thanks for your cooperation.


Murphy& Silke with regular canine visitor, rescue greyhound Satin

Dog Sitting Service


As part of your stay, perhaps you are going to a wedding ,scuba diving or want to spend the day in Edinburgh. Your dog doesn't have to be left in kennels and miss out on the rest of your holiday together.


Bring them with you to Westwood House and they can spend the day with me and our own dogs.


Prices start from £10 , contact Lynn to discuss.

Benny admiring the flower beds


Dogs are very welcome at Westwood House, we have 4 of our own (yes 4!).


I love dog agility. I am a member of Fast 'n Furious Dog Agility Club in East Lothian.

I train and compete in agility with my lovely spaniel, Benny.  Mad spaniel Murphy retired this year due to back problems.

I also teach beginner and intermediate agility classes and in the winter months I assist with obedience and puppy classes.