The Zetter Townhouse Marylebone opened its doors on 14th August 2015, becoming the second addition to The Zetter Group’s ‘Townhouse’ boutique hotel family. The 24-bedroom Georgian townhouse and cocktail lounge enjoys an enviable location on Seymour Street in London’s fashionable Marylebone. Feeling more like the private home of an eccentric relative than a conventional hotel & bar, the property features 24 bedrooms and a destination cocktail lounge, Seymour’s Parlour. While The Zetter Townhouse Clerkenwell is known to some as the home of The Zetter’s Great Aunt Wilhelmina, the Marylebone property is the next in the family and is that of Wicked Uncle Seymour.
Stepping into the Townhouse, you’d be forgiven for thinking you’ve been transported back in time. Set on the ground floor of a Georgian Townhouse (once home to the Owl & the Pussycat poet, Edward Lear), every corner is awash with curious collections and antique furniture. Inspired by the architectural collections of Sir John Soane, the interior of the lounge is crammed with a sprawling collection amassed during Uncle Seymour’s European Grand Tour, reflecting the fictional owner’s eclectic and rather colourful character.
The lounge is candlelit and sumptuous with velvet sofas and an open fire in Winter. Guests will quickly feel they have stumbled upon a clandestine meeting (and drinking) place as they work their way through the memorable cocktail list.