Ludlow House



House guidelines


Our Houses are private places

Our members' privacy is very important, so please don't bother anyone you don't know. Posting about fellow members on social media is not allowed.

Keep it casual

We're a members' club for people working in the creative industries and we have a relaxed dress code. Please make your guests aware of this too.

Look after your membership card

Your card is your responsibility and should only be used by you. It cannot be transferred or borrowed by anyone else. If you lose it, please let us know.

Phones and laptops

Communal spaces in the House are phone call-free areas so please keep your devices on silent. If you need to make a call at Ludlow House, please do it quietly in the stairwells. On week days, you can also take phone calls in the Parlor until 5pm. You're welcome to use your laptop in the Living Room and Parlor all day, in Lou's Kitchen and Bar until 7pm and in Velvet Room and Duckedup until 5pm.

Guests are welcome

Ludlow House members can sign in up to three guests at any time. You are responsible for your guests' behavior, so please keep an eye on them and make sure they call it a night when you do.

First come, first served

There's generally no need to book but, if you're planning ahead, we do take reservations. If you'd like to eat with more than three guests, please make a booking in advance.


Ludlow House is a members' club for adults, but children are welcome until 6pm daily. Keep an eye on the members' app for our Teeny House children events.


We don't allow animals at Ludlow House, except for assistance dogs

Settling up

We don't offer credit at the Houses, so please pay your bill when you leave

Illegal substances

Any member found to be buying, selling, using or possessing illegal drugs while on House premises will have their membership terminated.

These are general guidelines for the House, please refer to our full terms and conditions for further details.

If you have any questions, please feel free to speak to our reception and member relations teams. They're always happy to help.