THE PIG-at Bridge Place is a buzzing restaurant with rooms, just 56 minutes by train from central London and tucked away just outside the historic village of Bridge, three miles south of Canterbury, Kent.
A friendly and relaxed country hotel, THE PIG-at Bridge Place has a well-stocked Bar, cosy lounges all with open fires, sink in sofas, eclectic interiors and serves unfussy and hyper-local food in its restaurant and rustic drop-in Wood Oven in the grounds. An intriguing old building with a rock-n-roll vibe, which over the past four decades has been home to some renowned parties and gigs playing host in the ‘70s to Led Zeppelin and the like. It’s packed with lots of period features, including large fireplaces, secret stairways, panelled rooms and endless nooks and crannies.
With an obsessive commitment to home grown produce and a serious love of all-things local, the garden and kitchen teams work hand in hand to create the restaurant’s 25-mile menu, which is supported by passionate local farmers and small producers, who supply anything that the team cannot grow or produce themselves.
The PIG are offering TRADE members a glass of English fizz for each guest on arrival when booking a table at THE PIG-at Bridge Place, Kent, for lunch or dinner.
Available Monday – Sunday
Just quote TRADE when booking – bookings must be made by calling the hotel direct on 01227 830 208