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Nestled between the tranquil green lawns of Regent's Park and the marvel of Mayfair, this delightful shopping district is a favourite with West London locals, but remains largely unknown to tourists
Marylebone Village is a collection of boutique shops, luxury name brand stores, cafes and restaurants located in and around Marylebone High Street. Nestled between the tranquil green lawns of Regent’s Park and the marvel of Mayfair, this delightful shopping district is a favourite with West London locals, but remains largely unknown to tourists. As a result, Marylebone Village retains a decidedly charming small-town feel, despite its proximity to bustling Oxford Street. The heart of the village runs through Marylebone High Street, a dapper thoroughfare brimming with photo-worthy facades. Occupying the high street’s prim and proper storefronts is a wonderful mix of fashion retailers, home stores, beauty and wellness shops and dining choices ranging from quaint British pubs to healthy modern fare. Visitors looking to take home British brands have a lot to choose from here - Emma Bridgewater, Whistles, The White Company, Aspinal of London, Links of London and many more UK labels all call Marylebone Village home
Daunt Books is paradise on earth for bookworms and literary lovers alike. This gem of Marylebone High Street greets you with charming Edwardian touches, including endless rows of dark oak bookcases and an illuminating skylight tailor-made for book browsing. Often considered one of the most beautiful bookstores in London, it’s a must see while in Marylebone.
Cath Kidston is another unmistakably British brand. Kidston’s homeware and fashion ranges revolve around fun and festive vintage-inspired prints. Featuring everything from coffee mugs and teapots to stationary and tote bags, it’s hard to leave Cath Kidston empty handed!
Characterised by bold and unmistakably British designs, a piece of Emma Bridgewater pottery is a great way to commemorate your trip to England. Decorated by hand at an old Victorian-era factory in Stoke-on-Trent, each Bridgewater piece is a work of art, yet durable enough for everyday use.
This contemporary retailer of women’s and men’s fashion has a few dozen locations across the UK, but was born in Marylebone. Much like Marylebone itself, Whistles straddles the line between laid-back and luxury. The brand’s classic feel and contemporary cool has earned it many fans, including the Duchess of Cambridge.
Marylebone Farmers' Market
If you make it out to Marylebone Village on a Sunday, be sure to stop by Marylebone Farmers’ Market, open from 10am to 2pm. Take freshly squeezed juices, English cheeses, organic produce and other locally grown ingredients back to your London Perfect apartment to indulge in an all-English tasting session or whip up a gourmet meal.
Pop into the warm and welcoming Nordic Bakery for a hot tea or coffee. The bakery is an absolute favourite with Marylebone locals and offers the best cinnamon buns in London!
For something a little heartier, look no further than The Marylebone, a fabulous pub with local flair serving Mediterranean-inspired meals and a selection of amazing infused cocktails.
If you love French food then we recommend Aubaine, an elegant corner restaurant with quality dishes and excellent service.
Oxford Street is just a few blocks south of Marylebone Village. Home to a host of international retailers and luxury department stores, Oxford Street is London’s undisputed shopping capital and a shopping experience you’ve simply got to see to believe.
With gardens, fountains, a picturesque lake and over 12,000 roses, Regent’s Park is arguably the prettiest of London’s royal parks. Occupying nearly 400 acres, this luxurious stretch of green is just a short stroll north from Marylebone Village.
The Sherlock Holmes Museum
Sherlock Holmes may be a fictional character, but his address is very real. Just 10 minutes from Marylebone Village, The Sherlock Holmes Museum on 221b Baker Street brings the residence of the famous fictional detective to life through meticulously decorated rooms that pay homage to the beloved detective stories.
The Wallace Collection
Housed within a beautiful historic mansion in the very heart of Marylebone, The Wallace Collection is a free museum featuring 25 galleries full of French paintings, furniture and other art pieces from the 15th to 19th centuries. It’s a true gem for art lovers and one of London’s finest small museums
Baker Street Station (Bakerloo, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee and Metropolitan Line) is a 10-minute walk away from Marylebone Village. Our guests staying in South Kensington, Kensington and Notting Hill can also take the District line to Edgware Road, which is 15-20 minutes from the shopping district on foot.