The Pig at Bridge Place
11 July 2019 12:51
The Pig at Bridge Place, a red-bricked 29-bedroom Queen Anne Manor House, nestled just outside the historic village of Bridge, a few miles south of Canterbury.
Sitting a jaunty 56-minute train ride from Central London, the Pig boasts a convenient location in a stunning building. Period features such as secret stairways, panelled rooms and endless nooks and crannies hide the building's intriguing secret - four decades worth of decadent parties and gigs, including Led Zeppelin amongst others.
With far-reaching views over Kentish fields and meadows, the Pig's bedrooms offer a luxurious respite from the toils and troubles of busy lives. Whilst many of the hotel's bedrooms offer a old-style aesthetic, the remit for each room's entertainment system was a lot more modern in thinking.
Airwave supplied and installed Samsung's HGEE690 series of Hospitality TVs, providing a mixture of 32", 40" and 43" displays - both desk and wall-mounted depending on the style and size of each room. The HGEE690 series offers a slim, stylish design to complement it's raft of features - including centralised display management, SMART TV services and DLNA / screen-mirroring.
Airwave implemented a free-to-guest Airtime service on each TV, offering guests a portfolio of Hollywood blockbuster content at the click of a button.
Airwave also designed and implemented a Pig hotel welcome screen, creating a branded experience for the hotel's guests.