Spread across the top two floors of the pub, the rooms all feature:

King Size Bed

Lefroy Brooks En-suite


Roberts Radio

Work of Local Artists

Georgian Shutters

PIN Lock Drawer Safe

Mini Bar


Tranquil Wool Mattress Cover

32” LG TV

Nespresso machine & Brixton Volcano Coffee

Tea by Tea Drop

Woodsome Skin Care Range

Please see the our Hotel Booklet for more information.


From £165 - 11m²

Named in honour of Henry Gotto, the great proprietor of the Bull & Last who rebuilt the building as you see it today. Our smallest room hosts a standard double bed yet boasts a generous en-suite.

Despite its size, Gotto still benefits from most of the amenities in our king rooms. Whilst the proportions do not allow for a desk, the room benefits from an abundance of natural light.


From £190 - 12.4m²

A snug and cosy room painted in Hague blue. Showcasing art from local artist Dacre Punt who exhibited his collection here many years ago.

The quirky en suite bathroom features thick white Claybrook tiles and a Crittal window to maintain an airy yet contemporary feel to this charming room.


From £210 - 14m²

Inspired by John Keats loyalty to the Heath the oak turned wall lights pay homage to the great man. Soft furnishings such as velvet headboards, teal cushions and a warm woollen throw encourage a spot of reading and relaxation. In the bathroom the Campinola mint tiles offer a deep warmth which is offset against the pale powder colour of the bedroom - keeping it light, airy and classic.


From £225 - 16.6m²

Suitable for Cot (+£15)

Streams of natural light pour through two large period windows whilst keen art lovers appreciate the butterfly artwork from the wonderful Les Couilles di Chien. ‘Somerset’ is dedicated to Lady Henry Somerset - A Philanthropist, Temperance leader and women’s rights campaigner.


From £240 - 18.3m² (including en Suite)

Suitable for Cot (+£15)

One of our larger rooms, ‘Dido’ in tribute to Dido Belle, keeps the original fireplace in honour of the historic fireplaces of Kenwood House. Whilst growing up she would have seen Longhorn cattle grazing the Heath, hence the artwork on show from James Nunn. The colour schemes in the room are based on the portrait work of David Martin.


From £250 - 20.2m² (sloping ceiling in some areas)

Free Standing Catchpole & Rye Bath

Suitable for Cot (+£15)

A former proprietor of Kenwood House, the Earl of Mansfield was a staunch protector of the Heath, opposing development across all corners of the park. In his honour ‘Mansfield’ has been decorated in Green Smoke and extensively furnished with plants. The free-standing bath from Catchpole and Rye is a twist on the Iconic Bath house and the en suite decorated in marble which was used heavily throughout Kenwood House. Spacious, thoughtful and decadent for the perfect night away.


From £275 - 26.1m² (sloping ceiling in some areas)

Free Standing Catchpole & Rye Bath

Suitable for Cot (+£15)

In a nod to Michael Faraday’s ground breaking work in electro magnetics, we chose a bespoke Catchpole & Rye free-standing copper bath. Hanging nearby, an antique print of the pub from the same era alongside some rare pieces of taxidermy. The Lefroy brooks shower benefits from natural light shining through the rooflights in the well-proportioned and bright bathroom. A large and elegant room with plenty of space to unwind and relax.

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