Theatergoers tucking into an early supper to the strains of the grand piano in the Blue Bar, grandmothers enjoying afternoon tea in the Library, and couples lingering over their candlelit suppers can all happily be found here. Plush armchairs, red drapes, and oil paintings add to the intimacy and refinement of this 18th-century town house. The chef aims to keep flavors to the fore and uses local produce in such dishes as charred mackerel with cucumber and horseradish,
roast cod with pickled mushrooms and baby leeks, and blackberry cheesecake with lemon curd. A dozen bedrooms replete with silvered French furniture are available should you wish to linger.