CATS in need of a pamper are lapping up the luxury at a boutique hotel exclusively designed for feline guests in Prestatyn.

Clwyd Cattery, on Clwyd Avenue, offers five-star boutique hotel accommodation including suites.

Cats will feel pawfectly relaxed as they enjoy interactive movies, toys, room service and nestle into fluffy beds.

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Each suite has its own unique features and creature comforts to suit all tastes

All suites, which have underfloor heating, have been given a name: The Mulberry, The Herrity, The Princess, The Grosvenor and The Penthouse.

The cattery, owned and run by Amber Williams and Claire Williams, opened in September.

Phase one has been completed.

Amber is now looking ahead to phase two - and although there is the promise of a log cabin, she is keeping tight lipped about what is in store.

Amber said: “We have been overwhelmed with the success of our feline guests to-date. We have had guests travel as far as Runcorn to stay with us and already booked in again.

“When we take bookings our guests owners like to request a room just like we do when we stay in our favourite hotel.

“Each suite and penthouse offers the largest individual outside play areas with bespoke climbing frames and plenty of toys for the guests to play in the fresh air enjoy the beautiful large garden with a pond and watch the birds.

“Cats love to climb trees, so adding these trees to the outside play area has been a huge success.”

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Feline guests will be given a comfy stay perfect for stretching, climbing, jumping, lounging and can enjoying gazing out the windows

Room service includes salmon, roasted chicken or prawns.

Amber added: “We keep owners of the guests updated with pictures or videos so they can see how much love and one-to-one time we offer to our visitors.

“Claire is a professional photographer, so the pictures look good enough for the owners to keep and frame.”

Amber added: “The reason we decided to start the business was because after visiting some cattery’s, we realised that availability was hard.

“Our dogs stay in luxury - so why can’t cats too? If we wanted them in something different then we would have to travel miles away to do so.

“Our focus is to make our hotel special make our guests feel relaxed.

“We even have essential oils infusing the hotel along with relaxing spa music.”

The business is licensed with Denbighshire County council and is insured.

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Feline guests playing. Please note these cats are from the same family. Clwyd Cattery don’t mix families of cats

After phase two, phase three is also set to be on the cards.

Amber said the accommodation is now licensed for home-boarding for dogs and day care, giving the business another chance to expand.

“When customers come and see us they are blown away how beautiful our set up is and have asked about dogs but this is not something we wanted to mix so we decided to get our licence and offer doggie home boarding too,” Amber said.

“Dogs will share our home with our little Chihuahua Hilda and Yorkie Winifred where they get free reign of the house share our sofas and our love.”

Visit or telephone 07704701403 to enquire.