A Pimlico local, with top-notch food and four boutique hotel rooms housed in a handsome white stucco building looking out onto Orange Square, The Orange is part of Cubitt House, which also includes The Grazing Goat. Inside you will find wooden floors, a bright and airy interior, high ceilings and open fires. You can dine on the ground floor and in the first-floor restaurant, where modern British dishes are created using locally sourced seasonal ingredients. Try the sharing Sunday roast or one of the ‘local loved’ wood-fired pizzas packed with flavour. The sunny bedrooms (two standard, two superior) are on the second floor. Best is the ‘Pimlico’ room, charming in a home-from-home way, with original floorboards, lofty beamed ceilings and sash windows dressed in sage linen. The beautifully presented breakfast, including house-made granola, won’t fail to impress. Doubles from £205.
Name to Know: Germain, who will tell you his favourite breakfast dish, and make some personal recommendations.
See: Located in the magnificent Duke of York building, the Saatchi Gallery is a short stroll away. Spend an afternoon meandering and perusing works by contemporary artists.
Eat: Share a selection of oven made pizzas at the pub.
Buy: Pimlico Road is famed for interesting antique and interior design studios and shops.
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