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A cute hotel in Cornwall has been named among the very best in the world.
Tatler's annual Travel Awards reveal the top places to stay – and England is represented.
But, it isn't one of London's glitzy destinations making the cut.
The Pig at Harlyn Bay has been included in the top 101 – and it gets a rave review from the fashion and lifestyle bible.
The best thing is that it's affordable, with a double room setting you back £150. That's a lot less than many others making their list!
Tatler's Travel Editor Delilah Khomo said there was no doubt the hotel deserved its spot.
Its inspiring food really added to the experience – as, no doubt, do the cracking Cornish views.
Also high up are the Hotel Excelsior Venice, Italy and the stunning Belmond Grand Hotel Timeo, in Sicily.
The review read: "The stardust that sets The Pig hotels apart is the owner Robin Hutson, whose award-winning ‘restaurants with rooms’ concept has completely changed the face of the British hotel scene.
"The real magic lies in Hutson’s generosity of spirit, which is channelled into campaigning on behalf of the hospitality industry, championing local suppliers and producers, and finding exceptional staff.
"The Pig at Harlyn Bay exemplifies his understanding of how a good dose of tradition and history mixed with fantasy are vital in creating the dream country house hotel.
"In the sensational restaurant, the chef does miraculous things with vegetables from the garden, not to mention a memorable star dish of grilled turbot and triple-cooked chips.
Tatler Travel Award winners
Best hotel with heart – The Pig at Harlyn Bay, Cornwall
Best remote retreat – The Happy House, Nepal
Best beach hotel – Hotel Excelsior Venice, Italy
Best hotel for families – Beldi Country Club, Morocco
Best hotel restaurant – Pantrepant, Jamaica
Best cultural haven – Belmond Grand Hotel Timeo, Sicily
Best hotel spa – Villa Stéphanie, Germany
Best private island retreat – The Nautilus, Maldives
Best grand dame – Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, Thailand
"Another highlight is the Lobster Shed restaurant, where long, languid lunches of fresh lobster are fuelled by chilled sparkling English Pinot Noir rosé from the nearby Camel Valley vineyard.
"Then there are the dreamy interiors conjured up by Robin’s wife Judy, whose sense of pure understated glamour and rustic refinement pervades.
"Original plasterwork combined with panelling and masonry creates a backdrop for vintage, found and custom-made furniture, all set against a seductive colour palette of grey, purple and blue.
"The world would be a better place if the Robin Hutson method became the new normal. "
Click here to find your go-to hotel for next year.
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