News | April 10th, 2023
Hi, my name is Inca, and I am the resident black labrador who is lucky enough to live at Blessingbourne Estate. Blessingbourne is a pet friendly holiday spot that welcomes guests and their furry friends, just like me! Let me tell you why I love living here so much…
First of all, I absolutely adore meeting all of the guest dogs that come to stay at Blessingbourne. They are all so friendly and love to play just as much as I do. We can run around in the woodlands or splash around in the private lough Fadda together. It’s like having new best friends every week!
The Estate itself is absolutely beautiful, with 550 acres of woodlands to explore. I love going for long walks with my human family and sniffing out all the interesting smells along the way. There are also lots of walking trails to explore, which is great for keeping your humans fit and healthy too.
One of my favourite things to do at Blessingbourne is to go boating on the private lake. I love feeling the wind in my fur as we speed across the water. It’s such a fun and exhilarating experience, and it’s something that we can all do together as a family.
Another great thing about Blessingbourne is that it offers self-catering accommodation, which means that guests and their pets can stay in one of the seven intimate self-catering apartments or lodges. It’s really comfortable and cosy, and it’s like a home away from home, especially with the luxury welcome hampers on arrival!
But the best thing about living at Blessingbourne is all the fun activities that are available on-site. The 13km mountain bike trails are fantastic, and your humans will love to cycle along them. And when they’re done, you can all relax together in the comfortable lodges.
Living at Blessingbourne is such a wonderful experience, and I feel really lucky to be a part of it. I get to meet new friends, explore the beautiful woodlands, and have lots of fun with my family. It’s the perfect place for any dog (and their humans) to enjoy a well-deserved break! Book your break at Blessingbourne online here