Longcroft Luxury Cat Hotel has submitted proposals for required permissions to create a cat hotel in Haywards Heath catering to the cat owners in Mid Sussex. The proposed cat hotel will be named Longcroft Haywards Heath and will be located on Scaynes Hill Road, Lindfield.
The high end hotel will have seven bespoke cat suites with wrought iron design cat beds and soft pillows. The feline guests will be served gourmet food from ‘A La Cat’ menu.
The guests will enjoy mood music and can even opt for personal grooming sessions. Longcroft Abi Purser, the owner of the hotel is eagerly awaiting the approvals so that the residents of the area can avail of the services of the award winning hotel.
The Hotel Will Have Only Seven Suites
Longcroft would run the hotel through a franchise and has already identified a perfect franchisee. They will run the business from their home.
The concept here goes much beyond mere feeding and cleaning exercise. There will be only seven suites so that each of the feline guest can be provided personal service. The franchisee had come forward on his own and after Abi visited Haywads Heath, she was convinced that there was a need for a luxury cat hotel there and it would make a viable business option.
She was impressed by the place and its people and it gave her the confidence to go ahead with her proposal for the hotel.
The Hotel is Likely to Open Early Next Year
Abi is hopeful that the approvals will come through soon and the hotel should be up and running early next year. Once the hotel is ready she plans to hold an open day so that people and the prospective customers can see the place for themselves and how it is run.
Abi had founded the Longcroft Luxury Cat Hotel in 2010 and has already created a wide network of franchises across London and the South East. Her hotels work on appointment only basis. She has a presence on Facebook which is very convenient for updates and any development on Longcroft Haywards Heath will get updated on her page.
She has encouraged the Haywards Heath community to vote for her on her site. She has also promised to donate £500 to Cats Protection if she wins the top 10k prize.