Frequently Asked Questions

Q.  Do you board any other animals apart from cats?

A.  No, we only provide boarding for cats. This helps to provide the cats with a calm and tranquil environment where they can relax without being disturbed by the noises made by other animals.


Q.  What should I bring with me when dropping off my cat?

A.  Make sure you bring your cat's vaccination record card. It's essential that this is kept up-to-date. Any vaccinations should be administered at least two weeks before your cat's arrival at Coach House Cattery. Your vet can provide vaccine information. If proof of vaccination is not shown on arrival, unfortunately we cannot accept your pet for boarding.

Other than that, it's advisable to bring your cat's carrier...and don't forget your cat!


Q.  Can I bring my cat’s own bedding?

A.  We can supply all bedding at Coach House Cattery but if you would like to bring your cat's own bedding, then we'll be happy to accommodate.


Q.  What are your drop-off and collection times?

A.  Drop-off and collection times are as follows:

Monday to Friday: 10am – 11am & 5pm – 6pm
Saturday/Sunday: 10am-11am

Out of hours times can be arranged but this must be agreed in advance. Please get in touch with us to arrange a suitable time.


Q.  Can you collect my cat(s)?

A.  Yes. If you're unable to bring your cat to us for its stay, we'll be happy to pick it up from your home. Please call/email us with your postcode so we can give you an accurate price.


Q.  Can you cater for more than one cat in the same chalet?

A.  Yes. We have larger family chalets that are suitable to house multiple cats from the same family. Please contact us for further information.


Q.  How much does it cost per night?

A.  The cost of boarding is £7 per night for a single cat (cost of food, heating and insurance are included in this price). There is a charge of £5 for each cat collected after midday. We also offer a discount for two or more cats sharing. Please contact us for further information.