Tulse Hill Hotel is preparing to launch at the end of November, following a £1.5m renovation to transform the historic public house into a boutique hotel.
Located in a Victorian building that dates back to 1840, The Metropolitan Pub Company has created a hotel sympathetic to its heritage, complete with nine boutique bedrooms as well as a restaurant, bar and private dining area, overseen by head chef Daniel Stevens.
The nine rooms consist of one single and three standard double rooms, each with en-suite facilities. There will also be two feature rooms which will include sofa beds suitable for family use.
The bedrooms have all been designed in a monochrome colour scheme, with white linen and an accent of bright fabrics.
The exterior will retain much of the architectural detail, maintaining the original signage and copper lanterns, whilst the interior will feature design aspects such as wooden parquet flooring, classic black and white tiling, wooden panelling and a reclaimed 1920’s bar.
Jemma Kiddle, general manager of the Tulse Hill Hotel, commented: “The Tulse Hill Hotel is everything you would want in a local boutique hotel. It offers both locals and guests alike the perfect spot to enjoy an intimate drink at the bar or dinner in the restaurant and in summer, an incredible landscaped garden seating area – not forgetting the nine stunning rooms upstairs.”