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High on the hog: The Pig at Bridge Place reviewed

7 August 2021

9:00 AM

7 August 2021

9:00 AM

The Pig at Bridge Place is not a pig in possession of a country house, but I would be for it. You cannot have enough pigs, or any edible fauna. It is, rather, a hotel inside a Jacobean mansion — or, rather, part of a Jacobean mansion, the rest burnt down, and is all the better for it — in a pleasingly unkempt part of Kent, just beyond Canterbury.

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The Pig at Bridge Place, Canterbury, CT4 5BH, tel: 01227 830 208.

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