York and Albany


York & Albany, overlooking Regents Park, comprises a restaurant, delicatessen, long bar and nine beautiful bedrooms and suites.

The majestic John Nash building captures the complete elegance of the Regency period whilst Russell Sage’s interior design brings a stylish and contemporary feel to the space. In the restaurant our Head Chef has created a menu which succeeds in being varied, seasonal and uncomplicated, using produce from the UK’s finest suppliers.

With chic décor and comfortable seating areas, the bar is the ideal place to chill out and enjoy a classic cocktail or a delicious stone-baked pizza from the delicatessen. In each of the uniquely designed bedrooms, period antiques sit comfortably with luxurious guest amenities. Offering unparalleled levels of comfort and service, York & Albany is a townhouse home from home.

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What's on


  • Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
  • No Door Charge
  • No sportswear
  • Over 18


Day Open Close Notes
Monday 7:00 0:00
Tuesday 7:00 0:00
Wednesday 7:00 0:00
Thursday 7:00 0:00
Friday 7:00 1:00
Saturday 7:00 23:00
Sunday 7:00 23:00



York and Albany, 127-129 Parkway NW1 7PS



Nearest Station

Camden Town (Tube)

Getting there

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  • Cuisine

    This venue serves British food.

Private Hire

Name Type Capacity
Cost Min spend
Min spend
Regency Room Private Room 26 50 - £850 £1,000
Gloucester Gate Basement Space 42 60 - £500 £800
Exclusive Hire Venue Hire 150 350 - £8,000 £12,000
On The Pass Basement Space 30 0 - £350 £500

* The minimum spends are a guideline only and vary according to the day and time of the year.

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