The hotel, built from an old Regency-era townhouse, is very small, just 38 bedrooms, some of which look out on a private garden square (History lesson: this square was the site of Thomas Lord's first cricket ground and the hotel's hand-drawn logo is two cricket bats and a ball.) The hotel also features a guest drawing room with a fireplace and The Potting Shed bar and restaurant which will be open all day.
Rates at the hotel actually sound quite doable for London at 150 GBP for a single room and 280 GBP for a deluxe rooms. Those with a garden view will be about 15 quid more. Reservations are expected to open on the website soon but you can reserve yours by calling 020 7723 7874 or emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. And no, do not expect there to be rooms open during the Olympics.