The Orange

Arrive to the ‘warmest of welcomes’ at this ‘bustling’ pub- and restaurant-with-rooms, whose elegantly weathered interiors and airy, high-ceilinged rooms attract a well-heeled crowd in this upmarket neighbourhood. More

Contact details

The Orange
37 Pimlico Road
Pimlico
London
Greater London
SW1W 8NE
England
020 7881 9844

Hotel information

Bedrooms

4

Open

all year.

Facilities

restaurant, 2 bars, private dining rooms, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV, unsuitable for disabled.

Background music

in public areas.

Children

all ages welcomed.

Dogs

not allowed.

Credit cards

Amex, MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

[2017] per room B&B £205–£240. À la carte £35.

Good Hotel Guide Review

Arrive to the ‘warmest of welcomes’ at this ‘bustling’ pub- and restaurant-with-rooms, whose elegantly weathered interiors and airy, high-ceilinged rooms attract a well-heeled crowd in this upmarket neighbourhood. (There’s an organic deli down the street and a high-end florist across the road; Sloane Square is a five-minute walk away.) Find a spot at the bar for a real ale or a seasonal cocktail – the shabby-chic look matches the informal ambience. In the first-floor dining room, ‘enjoyable, well-presented’ modern British dishes might include heritage beetroot, sheep’s curd, hazelnut, whisky; grass-fed beef rib-eye, smoked chilli and garlic butter, fries. Pizzas from the wood-fired oven are a crowd-pleaser. ‘We were pleased we’d decided to eat in, though there’s no lack of choice in the area.’ ‘Beautifully crafted’ bedrooms are up narrow stairs. Two may be compact, but all rooms have a king-size bed and are supplied with bottled water, cafetière coffee and top-quality toiletries. Lots of interesting choices at breakfast. The inn is owned by the family-run Cubitt House group; sister establishment The Grazing Goat (see entry) is across Hyde Park.

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The Orange
37 Pimlico Road
Pimlico
London
Greater London
SW1W 8NE

Guest comments

'A beautifully-proportioned Georgian building. On the top floor are four well crafted bedrooms. We liked ithe style (limed oak, wood flooring, high ceilings, engaging staff, a bustling atmosphere). As hotel guests, we were made to feel we belonged. Pimlico, the largest room, had three large sash windows, a wardrobe with free-range hangers, a large bed, a small writing table. The bathroom, done in marble and limed oak, had a strong shower, its own window. Some road noise (inevitable for London) . In the busy restaurant we enjoyed main courses from the seasonal menu. Breakfast is charged extra. Perfect scrambled eggs on decent toast; good tea and coffee and freshly squeezed orange juice. ' - JT - October, 2014

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