Pub with Rooms Opens In the Heart of Hampshire

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    The Angel & Blue Pig in Lymington has been reborn, unveiling 12 boutique-style bedrooms, along with a refurbished pub and dining room, transforming it into the perfect place to stay when visiting the New Forest. With a new lease of life, The Angel & Blue Pig provides a relaxed, home-from-home haven for locals and visitors alike, with eating, drinking and lodging all under one roof. Set in the picturesque Georgian market town of Lymington, just a two-hour train journey from London, The Angel & Blue Pig is the perfect weekend escape. Perched on the edge of the ancient New Forest, and moments from the coast there is something for everyone whether sailing, cycling, walking or exploring the town’s historical attractions and designer boutiques.

    Stylish yet comfortable, The Angel & Blue Pig’s beautifully appointed bedrooms offer understated elegance and charm. Shades of taupe and cream, bespoke furniture and textured fabrics add to the feeling of warmth, whilst angel wing artwork is a playful nod to the pub’s name.

    In-room facilities include luxury Egyptian cotton bed linen, flat screen TVs, complimentary WiFi, White Company toiletries, bathrobes and a homemade welcome hamper packed with coffee, tea, bottled water and sweet treats.

    With cosy leather sofas, roaring log fires and plenty of Georgian character, the 13th century pub will remain very much at the heart of The Angel & Blue Pig. During summer months guests can make the most of a large alfresco terrace, which will play host to regular BBQs and is the perfect spot for a glass of wine in the sun.

    A warm and inviting place to relax, drink and dine, guests can enjoy an array of quality drinks including the pubs very own ale, Blonde Angel as well as a selection of locally produced Ringwood beers, a selection of cask ales and craft beers and a diverse wine list.

    A menu of beautifully cooked seasonal dishes using quality local ingredients allows diners to indulge in the very best of British, including light lunches, home-made puddings and kid’s dishes.

    Daniel Fountain / 30.03.2013

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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