Our fifteen bedrooms, combine calm, comfort and modern craftsmanship for a home-from-home stay. River rooms have inspiring or elevated views of the Thames. Each is named after a work of Michael Field, a pseudonym for Edith Cooper and Katherine Bradley who lived here in 1899 -1910.

We cherry-picked handmade beds from Naturalmat with ethically-sourced organic mattresses for the ultimate sleep hygiene, sustainable fitted furniture, timeless textures and tactile furnishings. Some bedrooms have hand forged copper bath tubs from Catchpole & Rye and generous walk-in showers.

There’s a handful of rooms with classic interiors. They’re cosy and comfortable, and provide everything you need to relax and recharge.

Wind Down

When you book direct with us and stay over at ours, you can try bhuti our sister eco-wellbeing escape, 5 minutes walk away. bhuti has a yoga/fitness studio, holistic treatments, complementary therapies, a vegan tea room, members’ space and transformative events. Riverhouse bedroom guests can book classes, relax in the members space and receive enticements on some bhuti’s  treatments.

Let our front of house team get busy with the arrangements before you arrive. 

bhuti treatments available class schedule bhuti-ful website

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"Through all this liquid measure, Sang shrilly for his pleasure,
And, as the soft and shrill together mingled, My ears voluptuously tingled."

An extract of 'Morning-Rains' from ‘Wild Honey’ by Michael Field, the pseudonym for two poets who lived here 1899 -1910.