THE HOMES

THE HOMES

London Bourdon House

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  • Bespoke & Made to Measure
  • Barber & Spa
  • Cellar Bar & Courtyard
  • Screening Room

As the true spiritual Home of Alfred Dunhill, Bourdon House embodies the heart and soul of the brand. Respecting the genuine character of the illustrious 18th century residence, the London Home has been fully restored to its former Georgian glory along with dunhill’s unfaltering attention to detail.

January 09 / 2016

History

The historic Grade II listed building was first erected in 1720, more than a century before Alfred was born. In 1911, the Duke of Westminster set his sights on Bourdon House, having lent the family’s London residence, Grosvenor House, to the government as a wartime gesture of patriotism. The nobleman repaired and modernized it, making it his official London residence until his death in 1953. It was in this house that the Duke of Westminster wooed Coco Chanel, spoiling her with extravagant gifts for nearly half a decade. To this day it remains a desirable getaway at the heart of Mayfair, and one that - like dunhill - reveres its rich and reputable past to evoke the same warmth, magnificence and quality as the original abode. The ultimate in service and expertise, the London Home of Alfred Dunhill is an unforgettable and unique experience, embodying a lifestyle that has long since represented grandeur and distinction in British Heritage.

Bespoke & Made to Measure

Alfred Dunhill has built its reputation on uncompromising standards in menswear. A private consultation with the in-house tailor, and a range of over 300 cloths for suits and 450 fabrics for shirts, ensure that a truly personal look can be crafted. Custom services from embossing to hand built leather sets – whether that’s for luggage or automotive interiors are on offer. Each bespoke leather piece is made entirely by one artisan. DISCOVER BESPOKE SERVICEDISCOVER MADE TO MEASURE

Barber & Spa

The Barber at Alfred Dunhill upholds the best in the wet shave tradition, alongside smart haircuts for the contemporary gentleman. Tradition is combined with a modern touch, and each customer is able to relax whilst enjoying the latest news and sport on their own personal LCD screen. Following a personalized regime for each customer, the Barber at Bourdon House is a uniquely British experience. The Spa experience at Bourdon House caters to both male and female guests, with a carefully formulated range of treatments and services ensuring the ultimate experience in relaxation and rejuvenation. Marble walls and a heated marble floor create a clean and cool haven to unwind. From aromatherapy to hot stone therapy, dunhill’s masseurs and therapists create a personalized experience for every need. DISCOVER THE BARBER AND SPA

Cellar Bar & Courtyard

The Cellar Bar and courtyard restaurant are the heart of hospitality at Bourdon House. A discrete retreat away from the bustle of the city, the courtyard sits in the shade of an ancient and listed tree that predates the building itself. Al fresco courtyard dining in the summer months is complimented by the intimacy of the Cellar Bar in the winter, serving the finest menu of signature drinks and dishes.

Screening Room

Whether it’s for a private film screening, a sporting event or viewing a wedding film edit, the dunhill Screening Room is able to cater for all occasions. Updated with state of the art technology and sound, this 12-seat cinema has luxurious leather armchairs, discrete personal lamps and side tables for serving refreshments. Tucked away in the former vaults of the mansion, it’s the perfect secluded spot for special occasions. Available between 10am - 7pm

Information

Bourdon House, 2 Davies Street
Mayfair
London, UK

In store product categories

Menswear, Custom tailoring, Bespoke tailoring, Custom leather, Leather goods, Writing instruments, Eyewear, Men's jewelry, Lighters, Timepieces, Golfwear, Gifts & Games

Opening hours

Mon: 10am-7pm
Tues: 10am-7pm
Wed: 10am-7pm
Thur: 10am-7pm
Fri: 10am-7pm
Sat:10am-7pm

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