HelloMy name is Ginny and I am a Cairn Terrier and I will be bringing my owners back to my favourite Doggy Pub on the 12th May 2018. We are at Ings Mill Park where we were last year and we came for lunch every day and I got biscuits and a bowl of water. We will be doing the same this trip and I am a bit impatient to get there to be honest !!.
In loving memory of Bertie who enjoyed so many memorable stays at the Watermill over the last five years.
Sadly no longer with us after a sudden illness. We will always remember our stays with him. Richard & Lynn
We are very excited to be visiting The Watermill on 2nd December as a birthday surprise for my husband. We will be bringing with us our beautiful girl Belle, Black Lab/collie cross and our handsome boy Buddy, our gorgeous Shih Tzu.
It would be great to see a picture of our pooches on your wall of fame, especially whilst we enjoy a little tipple of Belle Isle Bitter and Shih Tzu Faced.
Looking forward to seeing you on the 2nd
Deb & Andy
We will be staying in Ings next weekend for the whole week with our dogs Chilli (the fox red one) and Coco (the chocolate one). I am sure we will be seeing you in your lovely premises on quite a few occasions. Please can you add our lovely doggies to your wall of fame. Looking forward to tasting your great food and drinks
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My name is Maisy and this will be my first time away with mum and dad.
My mum brought it as a birthday present for my dads birthday which is on the 30th of May, so paws crossed he doesn't find out before then.
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Dear Watermill Pub,We are coming up to visit you next Monday as we are interring granddad's ashes at the Heaning Forest. They recommended you to us. We are bringing our human mum & our human sisters & 87 yr old nana too. Grandad will stay in the car.Will there be some fresh water for us please?Photo 1 - our human mum with us at Blea Tarn in the Lakes last year: Lucy, Meg & MollyPhoto 2 - Lucy swimming in Yew Tree TarnPhoto 3 - Molly at WastwaterPhoto 4 - Lucy & Meg at Blea TarnMolly - Golden Retriever - age 6 yrsLucy - black labrador - age 14 monthsWe are looking forward to sniffing out & enjoying that gated walk before our meal whilst nana has a G & T.
Sounds heavenly. We have been warned not to dig anyone up at the Heaning Forest so we will have to be on our best behaviour after lunch!See you soon,Molly & Lucy
Greetings Molly coming on Sunday with her brother Bill who is sadly no longer with us but both regular visitors over the years to The Watermill
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