Welcome to Wynhol Farm Boarding Kennels and Cattery
Situated in the North Somerset countryside between Clevedon and Portishead and less than half an hour from Bristol, we are here to look after your dogs and cats while you’re away. We have owned and run the kennels and cattery for more than twenty-five years, so your pets will be in experienced, safe and caring hands.
I took my nervous dog to the kennels as my family and I were going on holiday. First time we’ve ever used kennels and when I picked her up she looked great. I was worried that she would be too nervous, but the owners were massively helpful and worked with her to become less stressed. If my family and I go on holiday we will definitely be using these kennels! They are brilliant!
The owners are lovely and were very caring towards the dogs. The kennels are very spacious and extremely clean and fresh. My dog looked great when I picked her up and had been given a brush and freshened up! I’m really glad I’ve found Wynhol and have no hesitation about recommending them to others who want to board their dogs safely and in a good environment.
Cattery units are spacious with a ladder to a high enclosure where they spend most of their time watching the world go by.
Everything they need is supplied including good quality food and if they have a favourite blanket or bed you are welcome to bring that along.
Kennels are also large and again everything they need is supplied. The dogs have the added benefit of two large, enclosed exercise paddocks where they are let out at least twice a day for free running exercise. All breeds are welcome.
All pets must have up to date annual vaccinations and please ensure that their flea and worming treatments are up to date. If an innoculation needs renewing we would be grateful if any vet appointments can be carried out at least two weeks prior to boarding.
If you’re off on a long weekend or planning the holiday of a lifetime, we are sure you’ll want to go knowing that your pets are in safe hands and that you don’t have to worry about them while you’re gone.