“A stunning boutique hotel in the centre of Southampton, in fact it is part of the historic mediaeval city walls. The magic that is on display at the other properties in the Pig group has also been worked here. The interiors are gorgeous, filled with one of characterful pieces in the usual shabby chic fashion - the empasis is most definitely on creature comforts and a welcoming aura. All twelve bedrooms are excellently kitted out with larder fridges and monsoon showers, and the larger ones have roll top baths too. For dining there is an all day deli bar, where the delicious breakfast is also served, which provides light bites and a wide range of wines by the glass. If you want something a little more subsantial, The Pig landrover will take you up to their sister establishment at Brockenhurst for dinner (and bring you back). As ever with a Pig, you can expect meticulous attention to detail and superb service as standard. It is the only place to stay if you're planning a city break to Southampton, or simply plan to stay either pre or post cruise.”
Written by Fiona Duncan
Gorgeous. The front door opens into the Edwardian country style parlour, with armchairs, sofas and pine dining table, and instead of a reception desk, there’s an inviting, well stocked deli bar for all day grazing, coffees, teas, wines by the glass and spirits.
Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)
Occupying a Georgian townhouse set within Southampton's medieval city walls, The Pig in the Wall successfully marries the homely comforts of a B&B with the quality and standards of an upmarket hotel.
Originally published by The Independent (view article)
This is a little nugget of a place which delivers a champagne outing on a lemonade budget.
Originally published by The Guardian (view article)