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Jess says-

Well are you ready? I am. I’ve got my bed and blanket on the floor in front of  the TV ready to bark at anyone who stops Team GB winning loads of medals.

Wish I’d applied to G4S now as a security dog – I could have had a grandstand view. Well surely they must need small wooffies as well as big ones. I can get to places a big woof can’t.

Fifty Shades of Gray

Just had to listen to Jenny’s latest idea. She’s going to form a village Book Club. They’ll  read only one book this year because the review process will take so long. The first book is called Fifty Shades of Gray. Next year they’ll move on to the trilogy of Noddy and Big Ears.

Lord’s Reform

Jess the wonder dog says – Good for Jesse Norman and the other rebels. Wooffies of Great Britain do not want a Liberal Dog’s Breakfast piece of constitutional change.

We’re meeting the Queen

Well John  and Jenny are meeting the Queen and Duke tomorrow. Goodness, the fuss in practising a curtsey and checking the wardrobe. If it was me it would be just a lick and waggy tail and Her Majesty would be won over. But it’s exciting because we can give her Majesty the Whitchurch Jubilee brochure showing how we celebrated the Jubilee weekend here. Now her Majesty is visiting Hereford tomorrow – marvellous. Woof Woof.

And here’s the evidence

We are at the end of the line!!

 to show off – Jenny holding onto her hat!

Thank You Trip Advisor

Didn’t we do well! We have our guests to thank for this. And this we do………. with considerable gratitude. Going to watch the tennis now.

4 Gold Stars yet again!

We’re chuffed. It’s all down to me of course, I’m top dog.

But credit where it’s due the humans have worked well.

Our AA  breakfast award has been repeated and so have our 4 Gold Stars for yet another year.

Have you stayed here yet?

Not easy to get and not easy to keep but we’ve managed it!

We’re all drowned rats with webbed feet. I blame the government.

 Jenny and I have just back from a walk and jumped straight into the tumble dryer. Actually I prefer the hair dryer really.

But this rain can’t last, can it?  Oh hang on –  it’s Wimbledon coming up. First week will be alright, it doesn’t usually rain,  so if you don’t like tennis  why not cheer yourselves up with a short break down here? We’ve got some great offers on. You could always go on the river – ha ha

We’ve got some great offers for guests this year. But you can only get these offers via our own website, not any other. 

If you are a family you’ll get 20% off your accommodation.

Couples get 12% off, some couples also get a bottle of wine!

Go check it out – www.portlandguesthouse.co.uk

or call us on 01600 890757

 

 

 

I do mix in good company. Besides Andrew, Simon, Ralph who were part of an expectionally talented group recording a CD of Schubert (Jenny is dying to have a copy of that), we also had people who were dancing at a local hotel, and the lovely  Peter and Abigail (they wanted to take me home, you c

More for my fan club

an understand why) who were at a wedding. How’s that for an eclectic mix. Didn’t know a Wooffie like me knew a word like that did you? 

Eveyone of course raving about the breakfasts as usual. They are  award winning!!!

It’s dodge the showers every time I want to go walkies at the moment. I’ve had to have the hair dryer on me yesterday, cos I was so wet. It’s a wonder I haven’t got webbed feet. The swans have of course and they’re more on the bank of the river than in it at the moment. Why do the weather people drone on every day and say the same thing. Be much easier if they just said – remember yesterday – well it’s the same today – full stop. Anyway it’s just as lovely around here when it’s wet as when dry. There’s plenty to do and see. The spring lambs are bouncing around in the fields. The trees are blossoming. Flowers are opening. Who cares about the Levenson enquiry! The only bugs we’ve got around here are in the compost heap.