Marylebone village, home away from home!

Before, when I thought about London, the first things that came to my mind were Oxford street, House of Parliament, Tower bridge. But as soon as I decided to move to London for a while, I spent days walking around looking for the best place that would have helped me in settling in a smoothly and soft way.

I had the opportunity to look for an apartment in the very center of London, and any choice couldn’t have been more perfect then Marylebone.

Very green spaces, not to mention Hyde Park and Regent’s park are just a neighbourhood away. Cosy restaurants, unconventional cafè, family-owned patisseries, intimate bookstores, high-end boutiques and farmers’ market help the neighbourhood maintain a cosy village vibe, despite its central location.


Places i like:

Gail’s Artisan Bakery | bread, breakfast, cakes, pastry, coffee and tea |

La Fromagerie | well-sourced products, wines. shop, restaurant, take away |

Daisy green | bottomless brunch, breakfast and healthy lunch |

Mae deli | natural and honest food |

Skandium | Scandinavian furniture, lighting and homeware |

Oliver Bonas | eclectic mix of women’s fashion, gift and homewares |

The White company | home pieces and quality white bed lined |

Daunt Book | original Edwardian bookshop specialized in travel book |

Cire Trudon | oldest candlemaker in the world |

Ciltern Firehouse | luxury hotel, restaurant and cocktail bar |

Marylebone market | farmers’ market |


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