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Marylebone: London Neighborhood Walk

Discover this laid-back London neighborhood with an independent streak.

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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: Half day

Overview :  Despite being right in the heart of London, the thriving neighborhood of Marylebone (pronounced mary-le-bone) maintains a fairly low... more »

Tips:  Spring and fall. Summer can be humid and crowded. Annual highlights include the Chelsea Flower Show in May; the Wimbledon tennis... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Cabbages & Frocks Market

On the St. Marylebone Parish Church Grounds, this Saturday market sells everything from locally designed clothing to vintage accessories to a selection of food specialties. Created by the organizers of the popular London Fashion Designer Sales, the Cabbages & Frocks Market has a selection of fine and organic Continental and British gourmet... More

2. Cath Kidston

Well-known British designer Cath Kidston started out selling secondhand painted furniture and vintage fabrics before eventually designing her own fabrics. These days, her vintage-inspired floral prints can be found on everything from bags to kitchenware. Girly, vintage-inspired patterns include ginghams, polka dots, and roses, and they appear on... More

Deceivingly large, this Marylebone bookshop has original Edwardian oak-paneled galleries filled with a huge selection of books. Skylights provide plenty of natural light for viewing books, and there is even more to see on the basement and mezzanine levels. Daunt Books is known for its extensive travel collection, which is segmented out by country ... More

4. Emma Bridgewater

Located in London’s Marylebone area, this Emma Bridgewater shop sells her hand-painted Yorkshire pottery. Run by Emma and husband Matthew Rice, the British company makes all of its ceramics in a 19th-century factory on the Caldon canal. The fun, funky pieces include various plates, mugs, jugs, and breakfast tableware that are embellished with... More

5. Inn 1888 East

The traditional pub concept meets Thai at this Covent Garden spot. Formerly Devonshire Arms, the pub maintains some of its roots with British fare making an appearance in the upstairs’ menu. Imbibers raise pints of GK Abbot and IPA in the laid-back living room atmosphere with two open fireplaces. The menu starts with appetizers like duck spring... More

The Mandeville Hotel is centrally located in Marylebone, a short walk from the fashionable shops on Oxford and Bond Streets. Designed by leading decorator Stephen Ryan, the hotel’s lobby, bar, and modern British restaurant are all adorned with vibrant retro furnishings, from red leather couches and orange velvet armchairs to a floral-patterned bar... More

Only the faintest signs of life outside can be heard from Montagu Place Hotel, a secluded, 16-room Georgian town house in regal Marylebone. A narrow, winding staircase leads to three styles of bedroom (Comfy, Fancy, and Swanky), all with original stone fireplaces, large sash windows, freestanding bathtubs, and divinely plump beds covered in... More

A traditional pub, the Prince Regent features a daily-changing menu that emphasizes fresh ingredients from artisan producers and selected British farms. Located in Marylebone Village, the pub has a brightly colored interior with stunning chandeliers, gold-framed mirrors, and over-sized artwork, and there’s an on-street terrace that’s perfect for... More