VISITORS to County Durham can now swine, dine, sleep and save money at the North East’s most opulent new venue.
The recently opened Impeccable Pig, at Sedgefield, has kicked off the new year with a special offer for those who want to extend their dinner reservation with an overnight stay and breakfast the following morning.
The Impeccable Pig’s highly acclaimed restaurant launched in September under head chef Chris Finnigan.
And in November it unveiled 10 opulent bedrooms across two floors of a converted coach house in the grounds.
Now, for the first time it has introduced a dinner, bed and breakfast offer for those opting to dine and then stay in one of its premier rooms, with prices starting at £205, based on two people sharing.
The rooms are individually styled and include the timber panelled The Whole Hog, Oinkers – with trumpet wall lights and map imagery from floor to ceiling – and Globe Trotter, whose bed is adorned with Moroccan brick walls and deep blue tiles.
French-themed Le Cochon d’Or features hanging foliage with blossom and gold tiles, while Three Little Pigs gives a nod to the storybook characters, through bricks, sticks and straw.
And, like all the other rooms, Babe, Pigs Might Fly, and Piggly Wiggly feature free standing baths, made from copper, nickel or tin, with The Dirty Pig also boasting a fur lined wall and gold tiling.
Each room features Egyptian cotton bedlinen, Duck Island toiletries, an Illy coffee maker, Taylors tea, a minibar and an emergency recovery pack for those who may have stayed late in the bar.
Prices for the dinner, bed and breakfast offer start at £205 for the premier rooms.
To book or for further information, visit www.impeccablepig.co.uk.