This boutique hotel is steeped in history and is comprised of a mansion house that retains the elegance of Victorian London and an adjoining Carriage House that was once home to the thoroughbred horses of the nobility.
Throughout the hotel, the interiors reflect the very finest British traditions and encompass both city and country, as well as contemporary influences from its recent refurbishment.
In the Main House, supremely comfortable rooms and suites are decorated in a timeless luxurious fashion that echoes the grandeur of the buildings former inhabitants.
The Carriage House has a distinct country house feel, and offers cosy accommodation with exposed wooden beams and original architectural features that fill the rooms with unique character.
The newly-added Mews Apartments are spacious and welcoming, and long-stay guests will quickly see them as a home away from home.
During your stay, you can enjoy excellent hospitality at The Stafford’s Lyttleton Restaurant, which provides outstanding cuisine based on a Best of British theme.
Traditional British dishes are re-interpreted for the discerning modern diner using the finest local produce, with highly commendable results.
The Stafford’s American Bar, meanwhile, is the thinking man’s choice of cocktail venue, and combines a rarefied old-world charm with impeccable standards and unusual premises that shouldn’t be missed.
Wine buffs can also rejoice at the rare delights that await them in the hotel’s 360 year old vaulted wine cellars, a spectacular venue for tantalising your palate under the expert guidance of the renowned Master Sommelier.
Perfect for city breaks/Central location/
Excellent service/Fine dining/
Pay on arrival/Direct online booking/