A boutique hotel and restaurant located in in the leafy London Borough of Bromley. The building, which dates back to 1832, has been restored beautifully, with care taken to retain its unique character while introducing a stylish look and feel. Guests can relax in one of seven newly refurbished bedrooms, some with private balconies offering stunning views over Chislehurst Common.
Each of the en-suite rooms has everything needed to ensure a comfortable stay, with eclectic furniture, artwork and styling, being paired with velvet light shades, quilted throws, strong floral prints and feature tiles. Downstairs, the restaurant and bar provide an appealing environment for clientele and hotel guests, along with a great food and drinks offer.
Exposed bricks contrast against feature planting and the brass bar top, alongside the continuation of floral prints. Bookable booths have been added alongside sections of comfortable fixed seating, with a mixture of modern furniture in velvets and leather. Simple globe lighting has been used throughout with an abundance of natural light also spilling in from the existing windows, new patio doors and roof lantern. The new roof lantern is adorned with planting which alludes to an orangery style atmosphere.
Externally a courtyard garden makes way for summer drinks and dining, with the new addition of a garden bar to help ease the pressure in the warmer months and a pergola offering respite from the sun.
A wonderful old building has been given a new lease of life with this significant refurbishment.