August 5, 2014
Benjamin Parker of The New York Post explores the English town of Bruton which has, over the recent years, gained a reputation as the “glamourati” country escape of choice...
Close to THE PIG-on the beach it's a great read if you have booked or are thinking about staying with us in Studland.
"It’s a warm, peaceful Saturday afternoon in the tranquil English town of Bruton. At the annual church fair, locals gossip over glasses of cider. The smell of barbecued sausages fills the air, and a tug-of-war competition is under way. It’s a quintessential summertime scene in Somerset - a county two hours drive west of London, which remains a stronghold of rural tradition."