Our chic neighborhood is known for its beautiful Georgian homes and trendy independent shops and cafes. Nestled between the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street and the open spaces of Regent’s Park, London’s Marylebone neighbourhood is home to plenty of hidden gems from the many stylish boutiques along the High Street to Detective Sherlock Holmes’ home address. Be it French paintings, food markets, or a stroll through Regent’s Park, Marylebone offers something for every mood or matter.



Marylebone is a world-famous shopping destination. Enjoy ambling along the High Street, home to shops like the famous Daunt Books, The Conran Shop, Ciré Trudon, the oldest candlemakers in the world, and smaller independents like Sixty 6 on Bulstrode Street, one of the original fashion & jewellery boutiques full of beautiful cashmere, colourful prints & contemporary jewellery.



Marylebone has no shortage of some of the finest eating and drinking destinations in London to satisfy every appetite. From laid back cafes for easy lunches like Monocle Cafe, Daisy Green, The Ivy Cafe & Fischer’s to the world famous Chiltern Firehouse, St John, Jikoni, Trishna, Grangers and Cavita to name a few! Our knowledgeable staff can recommend the latest openings and assist with bookings.

Arts & Culture


Visit the the fascinating Wallace Collection which boasts an array of French paintings, furniture & porcelain. Or take a stroll around Regents Park & London Zoo. Feast your way around Marylebone Farmers Market or enjoy a morning concert at Wigmore Hall, one of the best classical chamber concert halls in the World. The Royal Academy of Music, Madame Tussaud’s & Sherlock Holmes Museum all feature close by.