Revere adds Curious Pig in the Parlour to expanding portfolio of pubs with rooms

16 May 2013 by
Revere adds Curious Pig in the Parlour to expanding portfolio of pubs with rooms

Previously known as the Hedgehog Inn, the pub will open with nine bedrooms on 31 May.

It will be third pub with rooms operated by Revere, alongside the Angel & Blue Pig in Lymington, Hampshire, and the White Hart, near Chippenham, Wiltshire.

The bedrooms at the Curious Pig, designed by BGW Concorde,will offer contemporary décor, flat screen TVs, bathrooms with walk in showers, complimentary Wi-Fi and a homemade welcome basket. Room rates start at £79.

Meanwhile, the menu in the pub and dining room will feature dishes from a Josper charcoal oven, including Black Angus steaks dry-aged for 28 day, and pizzas from a wood-fired oven.

A newly created lounge area will offer informal seating and in warm weather the garden with provide alfresco dining for 130 covers.

Drinks will include the pub's own ale, Curious Brew, as well as a large selection of cask ales and craft beers and a list with new and old world wines served by the bottle or the glass.

Collin Sadler, managing director of Revere, said: "Building on the success of The Angel & Blue Pig and The White Hart, The Curious Pig in the Parlour represents another important step in our growing premium portfolio. All three of our pubs with rooms offer fantastic quality and value to both locals and visitors alike."

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