Dean Street Townhouse is a combination of hotel and restaurant with 39 bedrooms situated in a pair of Georgian residences. The residences were constructed by John Meard and have had many notable figures of society living in them including King Charles II’s mistress Nell Gwynne. Dean Street Townhouse has a vibrant past and has hosted members of aristocracy and wealthy society for hundreds of years. Today it is a beautiful venue for guests to stay in.
The Restaurant serves British food all day and hosts afternoon tea. The decor is lavish and there are art works from known British artists including Tracey Emin, Peter Blake, Keith Tyson and Paul Noble hung upon the walls. The hotel rooms are stylish and blend traditional indulgence with the ease of modern life.
Dean Street Townhouse is a beautiful and individual venue.
24 Hour Reception.
Monday – Thursday 7am – 12am
Friday: 7am – 1am
Saturday: 8am – 1am
Sunday: 8am – 1am
You might not know but..
The top floors of number 68 (one of the houses occupied by the hotel) used to be the Gargoyle Club, a well-known hangout of politicians, intellectuals and artists in the mid 1900s.