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  • Each of the six bedrooms has been individually designed as a glamorous reimaging of the Regency period, inspired by novelist Jane Austen, whose brother, Henry resided at No. 24.
  • Every aspect of the design, has been a true labor of love, with rich fabrics and color palettes, sophisticated antiques & interesting artworks.
  • Luxury in-room facilities of Dyson hairdryers & organic bathroom amenities.
  • A small terrace with a heater, cozy blankets, and candlelight ensures al fresco drinks throughout the seasons.

Our Favourite

  • Jane's Reading Room: Paying homage to Jane Austen herself, the largest reception room cleverly combines comfy yet formal seating finished in beautiful velvets and subtle prints, an antique corner desk, side tables, and a grand crystal chandelier with the modern-day amenities of HD Smart TV, air-con, Wi-fi & Sonos.

Wine & Dine

  • A personal service and a delicious freshly prepared breakfast daily by their chef, Henry's Townhouse offers a luxury small hotel service wrapped up in a home-from-home environment.

  • M. Halavant's Pantry is a Georgian-inspired kitchen & dining room. The place where guests enjoy Henry’s breakfast each morning or meetings and working lunches are savored.

  • The Carriage Snug is the place to enjoy a glass of wine or their favorite London gin & tonic with a game of backgammon. By day it's the ideal spot for breakfast for one or a quiet and unique work space.

What's the Story

  • The interiors have been inspired by Jane Austen’s favorite brother, Henry, who lived at this esteemed address in the 18th Century. It blends the beautiful interiors of a bygone era using sumptuous fabrics, curated artworks, and antiques with a host of sophisticated modern amenities.

Exclusive use

  • Henry’s is the epitome of British style & charm and when hired exclusively it makes the ultimate boutique luxury house hire in central London for up to twelve guests. The house can be taken exclusively for short and longer-term house stays.

Dress code

  • Decadent!


  • Rates start at GBP 544 per night.
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Local Guide

The Neighborhood

  • Nestled between the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street and the open spaces of Regent’s Park, London’s Marylebone neighbourhood is home to plenty of hidden gems from the many stylish boutiques along the High Street to Detective Sherlock Holmes’ home address. Be it French paintings, food markets, or a stroll through Regent’s Park, Marylebone offers something for every mood or matter.

Where to Eat & Drink

  • Marylebone has no shortage of some of the finest eating and drinking destinations in the capital. From laid back cafes for easy lunches like Monocle Cafe, and Fischer’s to the world famous Chiltern Firehouse, St John, Jikoni, Trishna, and Grangers to name a few.
  • Read our edits of The Best Restaurants In London and The Best Hotel Bars in London.


  • Visit the the fascinating Wallace Collection which boasts an array of French paintings, furniture & porcelain.

How to Get There

  • Nearest airport: Heathrow is a 40-minute Uber or Taxi ride. The easiest is to take the Heathrow Express from Paddington, which is a 15-minute walk or 3-minute ride.
  • Sloane Square Station is a 1-minute walk, from where you can take Underground lines into Mayfair, Marylebone, and Soho.
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