Need to know
Eight, including two Superior Rooms.
Double rooms from $216.39 (£175), excluding tax at 20 per cent.
Rates exclude breakfast (à la carte prices start at £3.50 for toast and preserves; a full English costs £12.50).
The pub is so-called because it's where lactose-intolerant Lady Portman's goats once grazed.
At the hotel
Free WiFi throughout. In rooms: flatscreen TV, DAB radio, iPod dock, retro fan, kettle, cafetière, free bottled water, Aesop toiletries.
Our favourite rooms
The attractive bedrooms are a decent size for above-a-pub accommodation, with modern country-inn decor that features Green Grove Weavers throws, brass industrial fittings and botanical prints. Standard Rooms have chalet-style oak-panelled bathroom 'pods' lined with slate tiles; Superior Rooms have ensuite bathrooms with roll-top tubs and oversize beds – room G's bath is a fetching red colour. The front Standard Rooms overlooking New Quebec Street are a shade smaller than the ones at the back, such as room F, which overlooks the rear of the Hyatt Regency.
Books to read fireside; bags to fill with your fashion finds; trainers for jogging in Hyde Park.
The ground-floor bar is wheelchair accessible, but guest rooms are not. There's no lift at the hotel, so ask one of the friendly staff members to help if you have hefty luggage.
Under-12s are welcome to stay with parents in Superior Rooms on extra beds (£30 a night) or cots (free); there's no children’s menu but there are highchairs and colouring books, and staff are happy to do smaller portions and heat up milk or baby food.