Norfolk Square . LondonOpening Autumn 2017
Inspired by old world design and the glory of British craftsmanship,
The Pilgrm brings a sense of provenance to today's modern traveller.
We believe in bringing people together and that genuine hospitality is seamless, generous and graceful.
At our core, we’re individuals simply driven by making something that was once beautiful, beautiful again.
Our neighbourhood cafe has been designed to reflect its Victorian heritage.
A small independent coffee house, but a spirited place that invites connectivity, both chance and deliberate. We’ll serve our own blend coffee and a refined selection of teas, as well as delicious pastries, doughnuts and cinnamon buns.
All guests enjoy access to the Pantries for tea/coffee/water on the house. The perfect opportunity to meet fellow Pilgrms.
Fix yourself or a new friend the perfect coffee using our bespoke blend, or choose from a selection of teas and hot chocolates.
Feeling peckish? Order from our list of tempting Pantry items online or come and see us on the ground floor to place an order.
We’ll present some of our favourite drinks and dishes from far flung places and some closer to home.
Revealing the building’s inherent beauty, the upstairs Lounge at The Pilgrm has the character of a lovingly refined drawing room leading on to an open kitchen and bar. Offering a vintage and quintessentially British charm, the Lounge is a celebration of food and drinks from around the world, surrounded by the building’s original period features.
The menu is a journey in itself, well-travelled throughout different parts of the world. A menu is never just about finished dishes and poured glasses, but a measure of influence and expression. And like any story worth telling, the menu will evolve, sharing its sense of adventure.
Residing in the more bohemian and historic side of the area.
Paddington is known for its colourful and creative residents. Here literary greats mix with pioneering architects and have done so for decades. Situated very close to Paddington Station, the hotel is located next to Norfolk Square. The Pilgrm will have The Frontline Club, a hub for creatives, and Monocle’s own Kioskafe just around the corner, as neighbours.
We’re inspired by craftsmanship and its place in today's culture.
While we get ready to welcome you to The Pilgrm, we’d like to share a few stories of compelling makers and places in our Journal.
Stay in touch and we promise we will too.
Off the Wall
Often said to be in the eye of the beholder, the beauty of art transcends both place and time. An artist’s work is more often than not, a reflection of their journey and an insight into their understanding of life, their stories and inspirations stirring them into one act of creation or another. We take a look at three polarising artists, and how their individual styles have led to them all meeting at The Pilgrm this summer. Read on
A Material World, part one
The famous 80s song proclaimed, we are “living in a material world”, but thankfully sustainability's significant influence on design in recent years has given this statement more meaning. For the modern day maker the use of reclaimed materials has grown increasingly more common, but a small few have taken to a more honest and era-sensitive form of restoration. Read on
Into the Wilderness
If you’ve been craving a journey into the outdoors, fortunately festival season is just around the corner. But one festival in particular promises stellar live acts, Michelin-worthy cook outs and an arts and culture programme that’d make Brian Eno blush. Wilderness Festival presents you with one saccharine and all-star line-up this August. Read on