Our fifteen bedrooms, combine calm, comfort and modern craftsmanship for a home-from-home stay. River rooms have inspiring and 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.

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Image credit Barney James | Timeless Pictures

"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.