Marylebone sits right near some of London’s busiest shopping streets, yet maintains the feeling of a serene, sophisticated village. Quaint streets, adorable mews, and charming green squares frame some of the city’s most impressive shops, restaurants and parks.
Here’s our guide to the top spots.
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With two trains per hour and journey times from 46 minutes, make a day trip to Bicester Village from Marylebone station.
This is the sort of bookstore you don’t find just anywhere. An independent bookstore for travellers, Daunt boasts two floors of wooden bookshelves, curved cielings, and monumental windows. The host authors from around the world and even offer a private ‘library curation’ service. Heavenly!
Jay thinks they’re great, but don’t take his word for it – these guys have won ‘UK’s Best Barbershop’ – twice. For our guests with exciting plans for weddings, parties or pitches, you can trust your grooming to them. Booking ahead.
The Golden Eagle
Slightly off the beaten track, up a lane, this pub is the real deal. Great beer and food too, family run, and you might just get someone playing the piano on Tues & Thurs if you’re lucky!