I learned about The Glebe House when I met Alix a while ago. I have always being interested in old houses with plenty of history, so when she said she lived in this beautiful house, I wanted to hear more about it straight away.
The living room was once a passageway through which horse and carriages travelled into the stable yards beyond, and Alix’s home is used for photo and film shoots, as well as hiring out for intimate parties and pop up events. Their latest supper club event, in collaboration with the Disappearing Dining Club, was said by Time Out to be one of the coolest things to do in London.
If you are looking for a class in London, where to learn new skills in a very interesting and unique environment, subscribe to The Glebe House London’s mailing list or find out more on their Facebook page. Classes ranging from origami to taxidermy are set to run throughout 2016 and beyond, and the two double bedrooms have been listed in Alastair Sawdays guide to special places to stay in the UK for the past three years running.