High Road House is a very cool boutique hotel in West London's Chiswick which has recently undergone extensive refurbishment bringing it up to standard with its sister hotels Babington House, Dean Street Townhouse and Shoreditch Rooms. A favourite amongst the media set, this Chic Retreat is perfect for those who want to avoid the crowds of central London, while enjoying access to a city-slick private members' bar, lounge & restaurant. Isle Crawford's bedrooms are decorated with a mix of retro and hi-tech finishings, as stylish as they are comfortable, while the communal areas are decorated in classic prints in a rich mix of colours, popular with members and guests alike. On the ground floor, the High Road Brasserie draws in the lunch crowds and guests can stock up on pampering treats in the Cowshed Boutique.
The leafy suburb of Chiswick is a great starting point for a riverside walk and lies just a few stops from West London's Kew Gardens, Hampton Court Palace and Richmond-upon-Thames. There are also great links to central London from Turnham Green tube station. Guests can explore West London's trendy café & bar scene or relax in the members' only Playpen and Playground lounge bars, all furnished with deep red leather sofas, low-level seating and retro lighting, ideal for parties and groups or just a post-dinner drink. The games room has table football, cards, board games and a 40" LCD TV to keep both the grown-ups and kids entertained. From Monday to Friday, and from 5 onward on weekends, the upstairs lounge and restaurant is a child-free zone, while they are welcome downstairs in the games room and lounges.
Upstairs at the House, the restaurant serves breakfast, with every style of eggs and a selection of healthy and not-so-healthy morning options, with a similarly varied menu available downstairs remove in the High Road Brasserie, a favourite of fashionable West Londoners. Brunch is available in both restaurants on the weekends and afternoon tea is served at the brasserie. Choose from classic fish and chips and vegetable stews in the Upstairs restaurant or visit the brasserie for an ever-changing menu with dishes such as warm poached salmon, sorrel & lemon mayonnaise, and duck leg & white beans. There is also a dedicated kids menu with favourites such as fish fingers and macaroni cheese. After dinner, guests can retire to the lounge and bar for a delicious cocktail.