London _ Chelsea _ Pub
Dating from 1846, with only 4 rooms, the Orange offers a unique and charming overnight experience in London. With original floorboards, wooden beams and pine panelling, you could easily mistake yourself to be in a countryside inn, with picturesque views over Orange Square to boot.
Food & Drink
With a varied menu serving gastro-pub favourites, innovative flavours atop wood-fired pizzas and market-fresh mains, you can choose to dine in the casual pub on the ground floor, or in the slightly more formal dining rooms; both serve the same menu. The food is delicious, and many of the herbs are freshly picked from the hotel’s herb garden.
The cosiness of the place. Although once a Brewery, the Orange is now chic and relaxing; we could spend many Sundays in front of the fireplace, enjoying the locally-famous roasts.
– Breakfast is complimentary, featuring fresh eggs and fruits.
– Ask for the Pimlico room; it’s the largest and has an enchanting curved window that looks over Pimlico Road and the church next door. The view’s particularly magical when the trees are strewn with lights at Christmas.
– Every Saturday from 9am to 1pm, a farmer’s market sets up on Orange Square just opposite the hotel.