August 8, 2012
THE PIG opened it's fourth hotel THE PIG - on the beach in 2013, located on the beautiful coast of Dorset.
THE PIG - on the beach, located above Studland Bay, Dorset, is overlooking one of the most stunning beaches in England.
The beautiful 18th century Manor House, which is a National Trust property, it was previously owned by Andrew and Karen Purkis. Robin Hutson one of the founders of THE PIG, said that this was the second time he has attempted to acquire this property.
"It is a truly unique property, sited in a completely unspoilt piece of coastal countryside" Robin Hutson
The listed hotel with slightly eccentric architecture was originally the holiday home for the Bankes Family from nearby Kingston Lacey, it is surrounded by 22 acres of farmland and borders the coastal path, it has dramatic views of Old Harry Rocks and the Jurassic Coast.
The property features shabby chic rooms and THE PIG'S trademark restaurant serving dishes of ingredients that have only been sourced locally. It also features a kitchen garden, of which the produces features heavily in their menu. Surrounded by beautiful grounds, and with a spa treatment area this hotel is an idylic escape.
To book a room or table at THE PIG, on the beach click here - Check Availability
The same year the proposal for the restaurant with rooms in Studland was announced, THE PIG also opened its second property, The Pig - in the wall.
THE PIG - in the wall, has a distinct and beautiful location, very uniquely it's situated in the heart of Southampton's medieval walls. Giving this hotel a slice of local history, whilst offering a perfect setting for a city break.
It's location in Southampton also means it's perfectly positions for an overnight stay if you are departing on a cruise. Located near the docks with a luxurious shabby chic interior the hotel serves piggy bits and wine late into the evening. A wonderful start to any holiday.
For availability at THE PIG - in the wall, please click here - Book A Room