What was the Pig-in Brockenhurst called before?

Whitley Ridge Lodge
Though The Pig’s tenure in Brockenhurst isn’t even a decade old, its adoption of a 17th century farmhouse throws it into a plot that first began in 1634. The building’s original name was Whitley Ridge Lodge, with its first occupant being a certain George Bright.

Who owns the pig chain of hotels?

Robin Hutson

Robin Hutson
Known for Hotel du Vin, Lime Wood, Soho House, The Pig
Title CEO & Chairman of Home Grown Hotels Ltd and LimeWood Group Ltd
Spouse(s) Judy Hutson
Children 2 sons

What was the Pig in Brockenhurst before?

Though The Pig’s tenure in Brockenhurst isn’t even a decade old, its adoption of a 17th century farmhouse throws it into a plot that first began in 1634. The building’s original name was Whitley Ridge Lodge, with its first occupant being a certain George Bright.

Is the pig on the beach in Studland Bay?

All rooms at THE PIG-on the beach have a larder that is well-stocked with vintage treats and locally-sourced snacks that can be purchased if you get the midnight munchies. One of a kind. Small and cosy with a charming countryside view.

Where is the pig on the Beach Hotel?

THE PIG-on the beach is our mellow yellow house situated along Studland Bay, truly rural, with uninterrupted views of the long stretches of Dorset’s sandy coastlines.

How big is the pig on the beach?

THE PIG-on the beach is a great spot for family fun get-togethers or business-style meetings. Tucked away in our kitchen garden with views across Old Harry Rocks, our thatched Round House seats 8-12 guests on a sociable round table, with a ‘family sharing style’ kitchen garden and wood-oven menu.

Where to stay in Studland near the pig?

Located in Studland Bay, you couldn’t be better placed to enjoy the spoils of Dorset’s World Heritage Coast. Staying at THE PIG – on the beach puts you in close proximity to beautiful natural attractions, allowing you to maximise the gorgeous beaches, stunning views and abundance of wildlife.