private hotel residences near london

Encompassing the warmth of a period home with a stunning twist, these luxurious and exclusive private residences have an authentic charm, oozing a perfect blend of classic style and contemporary comfort. The accommodation of the private residences, sweetly named to reflect their individual nature, are endearingly furnished with an attention to detail and keeping true to their classic character against the backdrop of the delightful village of Bray.

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A magnificent 19th century property, Long White Cloud combines the warmth of a period home with all the modern comforts. 4 large bedroom suites are accompanied by an impressive kitchen and spacious living room. The charming garden provides a lovely area to enjoy alfresco dining or a barbeque.

Long White Cloud has a fascinating history, with Edward Elgar known to have stayed and composed some of his finest pieces whilst in residence. Interestingly, a more recent resident was former Formula One legend, Stirling Moss.


An elegant and spacious home, Brooke House boasts 4 generously sized bedroom suites, a luxuriously furnished living room and fully equipped kitchen. On a warm day, guests can dine or simply relax in the tranquil surrounds of the large garden and take a leisurely swim in the private outdoor/indoor pool.


This wonderful19th century home is located next-door to Long White Cloud. Quaint yet specious, Sundial Cottage houses 3 large, gorgeous bedroom suites along with a high-spec kitchen-diner and cosy living room for unwinding in the evenings. Guests can also make use of the beautifully kept, secluded garden. Sundial Cottage was also the home of the famed Sylvia Anderson, the creator of Thunderbirds.


What was once the stable block to the Manor House of Bray in the 1780s, the residence has undergone transitions from a cobbler's shop, an antique centre and a family home through the centuries. Since the acquisition by MUSE, Bray House is now a little bijou gem - a self-catering private residence that has been dramatically re-designed and sympathetically restored to maintain the original character and historical features and within which, a unique Art Deco heart beats. Situated steps away from the picturesque country lane by the church and just yards from the beautiful Lych Gate dating back to 1488 and the age of Charles II, this is the ideal base for a break from the madding crowds of the city.


A quaint and pretty 500-year-old private residence at the heart of Bray, Dormer Cottage has seen a loving restoration following the formal acquisition by MUSE. Enchanting features include a spacious living area with exposed wooden beams that add to the charm with a welcoming open log fireplace that crackles with merriment. Slate flooring, Stephani rugs, the dramatic burnt orange silk clad wall, gorgeous curtains and subtle lighting add a perfect blend of sumptuous and contemporary elegance. The self-catering private residence is kitted out with a Bang & Olufsen television and music system to ensure the best in entertainment needs.


Located in the heart of Bray on Church Lane, this impressive double fronted white building with its almost 'Cape Dutch' cottage facade is believed to date back to the early 1700s. Its origin started as three terraced cottages and was home to several local families, undergoing significant remodelling through the years. This private residence has recently been completely renovated and now stands as one of the most stunning houses in the village under the MUSE acquisition.