The name of this stylish gastro pub and hotel comes from the fact that it occupies land once used to graze goats. Tucked away in Marylebone’s upmarket Portman Village, it’s also handy for the shops on Oxford Street and the leafy spread of Hyde Park. There’s a rustic chic look to the interior. The lantern-lit restaurant downstairs is all pale oak, a look that carries on into the first-floor dining room, which has an atrium ceiling and open fire. Both rooms serve seasonal British food: tasty grills and rôtisseries, classic and modern dishes, all far superior to standard gastro fare. Spread across the top three floors are eight large bedrooms, simply but captivatingly decorated in subtle shades and furnished in contemporary country style. Enjoy a rainforest shower and a huge sleigh bed made up with crisp cotton sheets. The Grazing Goat belongs to Cubitt House, the same excellent small group that owns The Orange in Pimlico. Doubles from £210.
Name to Know: Mariusz, who knows the breakfast menu like the back of his hand and will be able to make some recommendations and tell you his personal favourite.
See: Explore the Wallace Collection, displayed in a domestic setting of Hertford House, the main London townhouse of its former owners, Sir Richard and Lady Wallace.
Eat: Enjoy some modern British classics alongside our signature cocktails. You won’t be disappointed.
Buy: Wander down New Bond Street and browse the rails of Prada, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, and Burberry.
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