THE PIG–at Combe is really a restaurant with rooms nestled in the Otter Valley near Honiton. The secluded, mellow, honey-coloured Elizabethan gem is set in 3,500 acres of lush Devonshire countryside - yet easily accessible - being 1.5 miles from Honiton, just off the A30 in the village of Gittisham. It is 8 miles from the south Devon coast, 15 mins to Exeter, 1 hour to Bristol and just over 3 hours to London.
THE PIG-at Combe, along with its sister PIG properties puts the food and dining experience at the heart of the operation.
Home grown in every way and designed in the style that has become THE PIG’s signature, it features a panelled garden restaurant, a restored Georgian Kitchen, 30 bedrooms with a touch of luxury but bags of homely charm, and massage treatment rooms in the walled infusion garden.
The hotel has 30 rooms, 17 in the main house, 10 in the stable yard and Curlditch Cottages.
The bedrooms in the main house are spacious and classic PIG style with far reaching views across the Devonshire countryside. The new additions here are the three rafter rooms in the previously unused attic spaces.
They have 10 stable yard bedrooms converted from the old stables and coach houses – these retain much of the original features, partitions and even flooring and tiling.
The 30 rooms
Cheap & Cheerful Room
Smallest bedroom with a king size bed, walk-in monsoon shower and a well-stocked 'larder' of snacks, drinks and a Nespresso machine.
Cosy bedroom located in the main house with a super-king sized bed and walk-in monsoon shower. Each room has its own 'larder' stocked with snacks, drinks and a Nespresso machine.
Larger bedroom located in the main house or stable yard with super-king sized bed and walk-in monsoon shower. Each room has its own ‘larder’ stocked with snacks, drinks and a Nespresso machine.
Comfy Luxe Rooms
Large bedroom located in the main house or stable yard with super-king sized bed, walk-in monsoon shower and freestanding bath, some of which are in the bedroom. Each room has its own ‘larder’ stocked with snacks, drinks and a Nespresso machine.
Big Comfy Luxe Rooms
Located in the main house with a super-king sized bed, walk-in monsoon shower and freestanding bath, some of which are in the bedroom. Each room has its own ‘larder’ stocked with snacks, drinks and a Nespresso machine.
Located on the 1st floor of the main house with an array of original and unique features, super-king four-poster bed, separate spacious lounge area, bathroom featuring a circular copper bathtub with a monsoon shower above.
Located on the 2nd floor of the main house featuring the original wooden beams with a super-king size bed, a freestanding bath in the bedroom, separate lounge area and large walk-in monsoon shower.
Located on the ground floor of the stable yard, with the original stable partitions, paved flooring and other quirky features with a super-king four-poster bed, cosy lounge area, freestanding bath and walk-in monsoon shower.
Located in the stable yard, with super-king four-poster bed, freestanding bath and walk-in monsoon shower, a separate children’s bunk bedroom and second smaller monsoon shower room. Each room has its own ‘larder’ stocked with snacks, drinks and a Nespresso machine.
Located on the 1st floor of the stable yard, open plan layout with a very spacious bedroom and seating area, super-king four poster bed with a freestanding bath in the bedroom, a dressing room area and separate monsoon shower room – very romantic!
Three adjoining cottages that can be taken on their own, or taken as one for a larger group.
The PIG at Combe Restaurant
THE PIG AT COMBE RESTAURANT
With an obsessive commitment to homegrown and local produce, THE PIG-at Combe celebrates the seasons and uses only the best, freshest and most authentic foods and ingredients. It is all about the kitchen gardens, they are the beating heart of the operation...everything is driven by the gardener/forager and chef – they grow and find the food – the chef then creates the menu; uncomplicated and simple British garden food, true to the micro-seasons with the emphasis squarely on fresh, clean flavours.
With a serious commitment to the local community and surrounding area THE PIG-at Combe celebrates Devon! Devon’s distinctive character and unique combination of ancient woodland and agricultural farmland, all within casting distance of the sea, means THE PIG-at Combe has access to some of the freshest local fish, amazing meats, award-winning cheeses and English wines in the country.
The menus are written around what is available in the walled kitchen gardens or delivered to the door from the local suppliers–creating the 25-mile menu concept. The menus will change by the minute, depending on what the forager supplies and what the kitchen garden team deems to be in perfect condition. The food style is driven by homegrown clarity of flavour, true to the seasons and influenced by the Otter Valley and its proximity to the coast. 21 of the local suppliers are highlighted on the 25-mile menu, but this is not the exhaustive list! THE PIG-at Combe is always on the hunt to find and support new and emerging producers that can add depth of flavour and authenticity to the menu. Guests will very rarely see the same dishes on the menu twice!
Choose between the panelled restaurant, which brings a little bit of the outside in, or the old garden Folly, a rustic hideaway in the grounds for ‘drop in’ dining. It has an atmospheric indoor/outdoor bar and dining area with wood-fired oven, tables and benches and lots of cigars!
Restaurant open for Lunch and Dinner every day.
The Folly Opening Times
Available from 12pm- 4.30pm from May to September and 12pm- 4pm from October to April
Please note, opening times are subject to change if we have private dining/functions etc.
There’s a saying in Devon that ‘if you stick your finger in the ground it will grow’, and the kitchen garden is the beating heart of our new addition. The difference here is there are 3 walled gardens - the vegetable garden, the herb garden and the infusion garden.
Thanks to THE PIG-at Combe’s location, being 8 miles from the coast the menu will consist of fresh fish as well as the very best Devonshire cheese and locally reared meat from butchers around the market town of Honiton.
Plot to plate - Autumn Kitchen Garden Lunch from £22.50 per person at THE PIG-at Combe
Often gardeners think of autumn as a time to reflect on their bountiful summer harvest and prepare the garden to rest over winter, but not at THE PIG-at Combe. With the Kitchen Garden at the heart of life, our seasonal set lunch menu really shows that the gardens are very much alive and kicking this autumn.
Gather friends and family to tuck into our autumn harvest and 25-mile ingredients from Devon’s countryside and coast with our delicious set lunch menu.
An inviting and relaxed house, perfect for meetings, getaways or gatherings, THE PIG-at Combe is just 15 miles from Exeter and surrounded by 3500 acres of lush Devonshire countryside. With large and characterful private spaces suitable for dining and get togethers, we can seat groups of up to 26 people. As well as our private dining spaces we have a large bar and cosy lounges all with open fires, sink in sofas and eclectic interiors – the perfect house party setting.
The Georgian Kitchen—seats up to 14 people The original kitchen of the house, perfect for relaxed lunches and suppers.
The Folly—seats up to 26 people, up to 40 people standing Long communal tables, a cosy log burner, its own bar and an outside terrace. All food is served ‘family feast style’ on big tables. Ideal for fun dinners or larger gatherings.
The Cellar—seats up to 10 people The wine vaults of the house, perfect for intimate candlelit dinners or wine tasting.
THE PIG-at Combe is just off the A30 in the village of Gittisham, just 1.5 miles from Honiton. It is 8 miles from the south Devon coast and 15 mins to Exeter.
Totally secluded, THE PIG-at Combe is set in 3,500 acres of lush Devonshire countryside in the pretty thatched village of Gittisham.
The hotel is just five minutes from the market town of Honiton, famous for both Honiton lace and Honiton pottery. Regarded as the antiques capital of the South West, why not walk the Bric-a-Brac trail with 38 shops to wile the afternoon away.
The historic city of Exeter is just a 15 minute drive away.