July 13, 2014
Fiona Duncan, Telegraph Travel's hotel expert, reviews the best and worst of Britain's hotels and bed and breakfasts, from boutique to budget, countryside to city centre.
Fiona paid THE PIG-on the beach a vist, within her column she marks several aspects of the hotel out of ten: location, style and character, service, rooms, food and drink and value for money. In total THE PIG - on the beach scored 53/60 - pretty darn well. What are you waiting for? grab your walking boots or wellies and come and explore a beautiful ares of the Dorest countryside.
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If you would like to read the full article from Fiona Duncan, you can find it here: Read Fiona Duncan's review
Below we have pulled out some of our favourite mentions:
"The hotel stands in a stunning position overlooking the sea, with the dramatic chalk stacks of Old Harry Rocks in the foreground"
"It's cosy inside, full of antiques and curios, and relaxing outside, with terrace, huge lawn and walled kitchen garden."
"the menu concentrates on local produce and fruit, vegetable and herbs picked each day from the huge kitchen garden."
"one can have a luxury weekend at half the price and twice the fun of a 5 star hotel"