Lilac Lodge Cattery

Carlton in Lindrick, England
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Lilac Lodge Cattery opened in May 2018 based in rural North Nottinghamshire, close to the village centre of Carlton-in-Lindrick. Within easy access to Worksop, Retford, Tickhill, Harworth, Blyth and Langold. The Cattery is a purpose built brick building. A series of French windows open out onto the extensive views of the fields, woodlands and wildlife of the area. The building is thermostatically controlled and well ventilated. The Cattery is sighted on a working farm. The house and cattery has no neighbours or businesses nearby other than the farm, so you can be reassured your cat will have a restful stay. The Cattery consists of fourteen suites, all of which are family sized and adhere to the CIEH Model Licence Conditions for Cat Boarding Establishments. We are licensed by Bassetlaw District Council under the new Animal Activity Licensing (October 2018) regulations. This provides a generic licence for commercial pet businesses including catteries. There is a standardised criteria on various activities providing a framework of minimum standards which catteries must meet in order to gain a licence.
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