Design mogul Sir Terence Conran’s Boundary Project warehouse conversion was a labour of love. Its restaurants – which include Albion, a downstairs fine-dining establishment and a rooftop bar – are high quality but relaxed places, and all 17 bedrooms are beautifully designed. Each has a handmade bed, but all are otherwise individually furnished with classic furniture and original art.
The five split-level suites range in style from the bright and sea-salt fresh Beach to a new take on Victoriana by Polly Dickens, while the remaining rooms (the slightly larger corner rooms have windows along both external walls) are themed by design style: Mies van der Rohe, Eames, Shaker. There’s also a charming Heath Robinson room, decorated with the cartoonist’s sketches of hilariously complex machines.