A look at the latest restaurants, hotels, pubs and bars to open their doors
The Pig at Combe
Nestled in Devon's Otter Valley, the newly opened Pig at Combe has turned the traditional hotel order on its head, following the transformation of the Grade I-listed Elizabethan manor house from Combe House hotel. The entrance has been converted into a bar with oversized sofas and a fireplace, while the formal dining spaces have wooden floors and restored shutters. Two potting sheds have been transformed into spa treatment rooms, while the Georgian stable block now contains the quirky Horse Yard bedrooms, which retain many of the original stable features. What produce is not grown in the hotel's three walled gardens is sourced from within a 25-mile radius. Owned and operated by Home Grown Hotels, the property joins sister hotels in the New Forest, near Bath, in Studland, Dorset and Southampton.
Opened 11 July
Starting room rate £155
Hotel director Fiona Moores
Head chef Daniel Gavriilidis
Typical dishes Venison and pork sausage roll; slow-cooked crispy pig cheek with piccalilli and wild chive dressing; garden kale, rocket and Tor goats' cheese salad; and purple mizuna, garden pickles and chargrilled chicken
CitizenM has opened its new flagship hotel at the Tower of London. The hotel houses a coffeeM café, canteenM for grab and go hot food and cocktails, and the cloudM bar, which has a wraparound terrace offering views over London's skyline.
Starting room rate £109
Hotel manager Juriana Spierenburg
Bar manager Cihat Topcu
Ahi Poké, a casual restaurant serving the Hawaiian raw fish dish poké, has opened in Fitzrovia, central London. The restaurant, from the team behind NAC and Chez Chow, will champion nutrition and sustainability and offer takeaway and delivery services.
Head chef Jeremy Coste
Owners Jeremy Coste, Gabriel Cohen-Elia and David Bellaiche
General manager Knut Wylde
Operator The Berkeley hotel
The Grove of Narberth
The Grove of Narberth has added six suites to its hotel in Pembrokeshire, Wales. The interiors champion local materials such as coal, slate and wool, in colour schemes inspired by the landscape.
Starting room rate £180
Proprietors Neil Kedward and Zoe Agar
Executive chef Allister Barsby
Head chef Peter Whaley
The Roebuck Inn
The Roebuck Inn in Mobberley, Cheshire, has reopened after three and a half years. It dates back to the 1700s and has been restored to its rustic country inn heritage with boutique bedrooms, a bistro and tiered gardens.
Operators Cheshire Cat Pubs and Bars
Typical dishes Steamed cod with ratatouille and black olive tapenade; and chicken schnitzel with Baby Gem and Parmesan salad
Shilling Brewing Company
The Shilling Brewing Company has opened inside the old Commercial Bank of Scotland building in Glasgow. Rediscovered structural features such as fluted marble columns are featured alongside contemporary touches, including a mural of a unicorn over the bar.
Design Jestico + Whiles
Operators Glendola Leisure