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The Pig – at Bridge Place – Canterbury, Kent

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Every Pig hotel in this magnificent litter has its very own personality. Bridge Place on the leafy outskirts of Canterbury has a rock ’n’ roll vibe that’s immediately evident. The 29-bedroom, Grade II*-listed, Queen Anne manor house is set in the luscious Nailbourne valley that’s part of the Kent Downs. It sports a handsome red-brick façade and ornate Jacobean interior, while also containing a colourful recent past. The likes of Eric Clapton and Pink Floyd have gigged and partied here, and now it’s your turn to have a ball, amid a wealth of period features, secret stairways, panelled rooms and endless nooks and crannies, all brought to life by Home Grown Hotels’ CEO Robin Hutson and his renowned designer wife Judy, with her eye for effortless, laid-back chic. As with every other Pig, the kitchen garden and restaurant are the beating heart of the revitalised property. If you’ve pigged out on the others, this delightful locale should be next on your list: you’ll be seduced, charmed and ready to party, all at the same time.

Doubles from £145

+ 44 (0)3452 259494; thepighotel.com


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Outside of tall brow building with large windows
Oudoor tables and chairs on balcony