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The Grazing Goat Public House & Hotel
6 New Quebec Street
London W1H 7RQ
Tel: + 44 (0)20 7724 7243
From £195 to £225 per night room only. Breakfast not included but available in the ground floor bar from 7.30am
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The Grazing Goat Public House & Hotel

West End, London

Eat, Drink, Sleep

A beautifully restored gay friendly country style pub with luxurious quiet rooms and a restaurant in a central London location. Perfect for business and leisure travellers looking to avoid the usual dull corporate offering of most London hotels.


The Grazing Goat is within Portman village just off Portman Square in London’s West End. Although it is just a few minutes walk from Oxford Street and Marble Arch it is a quiet location by London standards.

The nearest Underground station is about five minutes at Marble Arch on the Central Line.

About The Owners

Business partners, Stefan and Barry, are the young and dynamic partners of Urban Evolution. Their first project was a Belgravia pub, The Thomas Cubitt. That was a huge success and attracted the attention of the Portman Estate who asked Barry and Stefan to bring their midas touch to the ailing Bricklayers Arm’s which is now the Grazing Goat. 

While they are about to embark on their fifth project, their approach is very bespoke and allows the character of each pub to shine through. 

  • Location: close to so much but not in the thick of it. By London standards this is a quiet location. 
  • Quality – the owners have a commitment to great design and sourcing and it shows at every turn. We particularly like the use of lots of natural oiled oak and tulip wood which creates a contemporary Scandinavian feel to the design.
  • Staying in a pub used by locals means that something of the locality comes to you without having to leave the building.
  • The food is very good and reasonably priced. Excellent service too.
  • In the bar there are open fire places in the Winter and floor to ceiling glass doors which open out on to the street for alfresco dining in the Summer. 
  • La Porte des Indes: Small unassuming Indian come French cuisine.
  • Nearby Hyde Park: London's lagest green space where you can roller blade, row a boat on the Serpentine...even horseride. Royal Parks.
  • Cabbages and Frocks: a small market held every Saturday in grounds on St. Marylebone parish church.

  • A public house and hotel with eight rooms. Six standard doubles with an en-suite shower room and then two on the top floor with a separate bath. All beautifully light and roomy. Oak floors and marble en-suites heighten the luxurious contemporary feel.
  • Free Wifi plus local and national telephone calls, fans in all rooms, iPod docking station, flat screen TV, DAB radio alarm.
  • Room service from the bar and restaurant.
  • A first floor restaurant with lots of natural light serves good quality fresh seasonal British food with a traditional and modern slant. Breakfast is not included but is available in the ground floor bar from 7.30am. It is comprehensive and includes everything from porridge with rhubarb compote to the Grazing Goat full English.
  • A bar with floor to ceiling glass doors opening out on to Quebec Street which is perfect for alfresco drinks and dining.
  • There is also private dining facilities on the first floor for up to 60.



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