Hampshire. Somerset. Dorset. Devon. Kent. Cornwall. Sussex.
Really restaurants with rooms, our Kitchen Gardens are at the heart of what we do.
We have an obsessive commitment to home-grown and local produce, and we celebrate the seasons. This means we use only the freshest and most authentic ingredients.
Our kitchen gardeners work hand-in-hand with our chefs to create menus bursting with simple British garden food.
What we can’t grow or rear ourselves, we source from the local area. This is the foundation of our 25-mile menu.
Each PIG has its own identity, each evolved rather than being too designed, but each puts the kitchen garden at the very heart of the operation. This obsessive commitment to home grown and local produce means we can celebrate the seasons and use only what is fresh and available to us; our chef, kitchen gardener and forager work hand in hand to create a menu of uncomplicated and simple British garden food, true to the micro seasons with the emphasis squarely on fresh, clean flavours.
THE PIG – The first of THE PIG litter to open in 2011 based in Brockenhurst in the New Forest. This hotel takes on the style of home-grown country house with a piggy twist. Snuffling about in the forest is what we do best, the team at THE PIG are the very reason our guests keep coming back.
THE PIG in the wall – Following swiftly on THE PIG’s trotters came THE PIG in the wall, livening up Southampton. THE PIG-in the wall is set in the historic medieval walls of Southampton city centre, this is the smallest hotel within the group with just 12 rooms and a deli style dining area.
THE PIG near Bath – After all the rolling in the mud THE PIG needed a good wash so we found THE PIG-near Bath. A beautiful country house perfectly situated near Bath and Bristol. All dressed up in the classic piggy style this hotel comes with its own deer.
THE PIG on the beach – THE PIG took its bucket and spade and went to the seaside with the opening of THE PIG on the Beach in 2014. Located just above Studland Bay in Dorset, one of the most stunning beaches in England. We are 4 miles from Swanage and 9 miles (via the ferry) from Poole.
THE PIG at Combe – The PIG put on its wellies and hiked the fields to find THE PIG-at Combe. This secluded, mellow, honey-coloured Elizabethan gem is set in 3,500 acres of lush Devonshire countryside, situated just five minutes from the market town of Honiton.
THE PIG at Bridge Place- THE PIG turned up the tunes and started to ‘Rock’ with our newest addition to the family THE PIG at Bridge Place. An intriguing old building with a rock-n-roll vibe, home to some renowned gigs in the ‘70s hosting Led Zeppelin, The Kinks and many more. Just 56 minutes by train from central London, Bridge village is three miles south of Canterbury.
THE PIG-at Harlyn Bay – The Grade 11-listed Harlyn House which opened in June 2020 is one of Cornwall’s most historic houses dating back to the 15th century, THE PIG-at Harlyn Bay has far-reaching sea views, oodles of quirks and character and stacks of original features. Just a short stroll from Harlyn beach and Constantine Bay beaches, our new PIG is only a 10-minute drive to the picturesque port of Padstow.
THE PIG in the South Downs – Near Arundel in West Sussex, Set within the small hamlet of Madehurst, high up on the South Downs, it is just 4 miles from the beautiful, ancient market town of Arundel with its medieval Castle and meandering streets, and a stone’s throw away from historic Petworth, the yachting playground of Chichester.
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