FIRST LOOK: New London townhouse hotel to open in former home to Jane Austen’s brother

Henry’s Townhouse/London

A new luxury hotel is to launch in London in December in a home once owned by Jane Austen’s brother.

Henry’s Townhouse, named after Henry Austen, is a new seven-bedroom townhouse and hotel close to Hyde Park in Marylebone, owned by Jane and Steven Collins, who have transformed the building in collaboration with Russell Sage Studio.

The Grade-II listed building at No.24 Upper Berkeley Street boasts an array of luxurious fabrics, furnishings and an elegant colour palette, with unique antiques and pieces sourced from around the world.

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Alongside the bedrooms, there is also a bespoke pantry kitchen with a sharing table for breakfast, private dining and parties and can also be converted into a meeting room.

There is also a ‘carriage-like’ cocktail snug, outside terrace and Jane Austen Reading Room.

Each bedroom will also have modern amenities to include Dyson hairdryers and L:A Bruket Swedish, organic bathroom products.

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