Pig Hotels to open sixth property in Kent as part of expansion push
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Pig Hotels group is preparing to open its sixth property near Canterbury in Kent.

Located in a Grade II*-listed 17th-century former country club, the 29-bedroom Pig at Bridge Place is set to open its doors in May 2019.

The boutique hotel's interior design will reflect the property's rich music history. Over the decades, Bridge Place established itself as a music venue and hosted a number of gigs by the likes of Led Zeppelin, Moody Blues and Pink Floyd.

As with the other Pig hotels, the property will feature a restaurant using produce sourced within a 25-mile radius of the hotel – with many ingredients grown locally at its "kitchen garden".

The Bridge Place opening is part of Pig's £30m expansion plans and will be the first of three new openings. The Pig at Harlyn Bay near Padstow in Cornwall is set to open in early 2020, while the Pig on the South Downs in Sussex will launch in Summer 2020.

Launched in 2009, Pig Hotels is a collection of small lifestyle hotels and restaurants within two groups; Lime Wood Group and Home Grown Hotels – which is owned by hotelier Robin Hutson.

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Pig Hotels group is preparing to open its sixth property near Canterbury in Kent.
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