Putt on your boots and look for mushrooms and nuts for dinner. Do it yourself at the @The_Pig_Hotel in Hampshire, United Kingdom.

Although the name would suggest something else, the Pig Hotel calls itself a restaurant with rooms. No uniforms and designer interior in this 17th century building. The atmosphere is cosy and homely and the staff wears Chuck Taylors. The restaurant is the central point of the hotel. The menu changes daily and is based on the seasons and the local production. As the name suggests, the hotel has a piggery, which guests can visit. On top op that, guests are more than welcome to join the forester in search of mushrooms, nuts and berries for the dinner.

Zero to none food miles are made for the preparation of the dinner: 80% of the ingredients have travelled less than 40 miles from farm to plate. The restaurant smokes its own fish, bakes its own bread and even makes its own jams and marmalades. Curious? Visit their site to discover more about this special hotel.