The Grazing Goat

A bedroom at the Grazing Goat Hotel in London, England
A bedroom at the Grazing Goat Hotel in London, England
A bedroom at the Grazing Goat Hotel in London, England
A bathroom at the Grazing Goat Hotel in London, England
The dining room at the Grazing Goat Hotel in London, England
The sitting room at the Grazing Goat Hotel in London, England
A bedroom at the Grazing Goat Hotel in London, England
A bedroom at the Grazing Goat Hotel in London, England
A bedroom at the Grazing Goat Hotel in London, England
A bathroom at the Grazing Goat Hotel in London, England
The dining room at the Grazing Goat Hotel in London, England
The sitting room at the Grazing Goat Hotel in London, England
A bedroom at the Grazing Goat Hotel in London, EnglandA bedroom at the Grazing Goat Hotel in London, EnglandA bedroom at the Grazing Goat Hotel in London, EnglandA bathroom at the Grazing Goat Hotel in London, EnglandThe dining room at the Grazing Goat Hotel in London, EnglandThe sitting room at the Grazing Goat Hotel in London, England

You can take the Grazing Goat out of the country but you can’t take the country of this country-style gastropub with rooms, nestled in London’s West End.

By JAY KAY
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  • On paper The Grazing Goat would read just like any other bonafide country pub, with its oak interiors coupled with old leather armchairs and a working fire place. However, in reality this is a lively contemporary spot frequented by locals who have come to adore the fresh seasonal menu accompanied by an extensive list of British ales, wines as well as cocktails.

    Located in a fairly quiet street, you have to go looking for the Grazing Goat but in return you are guaranteed an escape from the tourist crowds who march up and down this area in search of stylish shops of the nearby Oxford, Bond, and Regent Street.

    The country-like ambience carries on in the 8 bedrooms above the pub. Fitted with yet more oak, fresh white linen, and solid wood furniture, any will do just nicely to rest your head after a late one in the bar.

    Good to Know

    The wood still feel fresh as does the decor but in few years time the Grazing Goat will reach its desired maturity of a country pub.

    Remember this is not a hotel with all the usual trimmings.

  • Accommodation

    8 rooms – Standard and Superior.

    Prices ranged between £195 to £225 a night, not including breakfast.

    Eat & Drink

    The Grazing Goat serves a menu of British cuisine sourced from the UK and cooked to perfection. Being a gastropub, dining is here is a fairly informal affair with no table cloth or fuss from waiters.

    The bar is extremely well stocked with beer, wine, and cocktail of which can be enjoyed anywhere but best if you can get a spot in front of the working fire place.

    Activities

    Nothing on the premises but London’s West End is on your doorstep.

    Relaxation

    Aside good food and drink not a lot more on the premises.

    Essentials

    Parking – not available but there are some public car parks nearby.

    Wifi – free throughout.

    Room service – 12 noon until 10pm (9.30pm on Sundays).

    Children – welcomed with assistance of extra beds, babysitting and cots (free) provided.

    Pets – not allowed to our knowledge.

  • The Grazing Goat
    6 New Quebec Street
    London W1H 7RQ

Updated: 11 February 2014