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Forming part of the Home Grown Hotels group, The Pig Hotels offer a sophisticated yet relaxing weekend getaway from the daily grind. The group of hotels is spread out across the country, along the South Coast and in beautiful pockets of the countryside.
The Pig is a sister restaurant of Lime Wood in Hampshire and both are beautifully decorated in the shabby-chic, traditional-with-a-twist style.
Much of the furniture in the Pig Hotels is from the classic George Smith catalogue, using a variety of fabrics, prints and textures to highlight the luxurious undertones of the hotels, combined with a hint of familiarity.
A 29 bedroom, Queen Anne manor house. The enchanting red-bricked property is tucked away just outside the historic village of Bridge, three miles south of Canterbury. With far-reaching views out across the Kentish countryside, all bedrooms are finished in The Pig's signature style.
The interiors mix a touch of luxury with bundles of homely charm, including chairs and sofas so comfy you won't want to leave.
Nestled in the Otter Valley and just 15 minutes from the coast; this is The Pig's secluded, honey-coloured Elizabethan Gem.
The kitchen gardens grow 12 types of mint, seafood only has to travel eight miles up from the coast and the pristine grounds feature giant cedar trees with swings suspended from which to release your inner eight-year-old.
Far-reaching sea views, oodles of quirks and character and stacks of original features. The Pig at Harlyn Bay is one of Cornwall's most historic houses dating back to the 15th century.
Set by the beach, close to upmarket Padstow, The Pig at Harlyn Bay interiors have been given a breath of fresh salty air: a mohair sofa or two here, a few vintage trinkets there, a dramatic lick of paint and plenty of maritime paintings.