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Marylebone Village is an affluent residential area with a chic village feel, featuring independent boutiques and smart restaurants and maintaining a more laid-back character when compared to the nearby city districts.
These stunning one-bedroom and studio apartments are located close to the eclectic shopping areas of Marylebone High Street, Oxford Street and Bond Street and near to the world-renowned medical district of Harley Street. The delights of Regent’s Park are walkable too.
The apartments are self-contained with a fully fitted kitchen (including dishwasher/washer-dryer), small dining area, living room area, private bathroom and a comfortable bedroom. Each apartment also comes with air-conditioning, flat-screen TV (with Apple TV) and safe. Please request a sofa bed if required too!
One apartment also benefits from a delightful patio area.
Location: Crawford Street
In the heart of the West End, Marylebone Village is a highly sought-after residential area, nestled between Bond Street, Regents Park, Harley Street and Oxford Street. The beautiful expanses of The Regent’s Park are just a 10-minute walk away, where you can enjoy the open-air theatre, walk through rose gardens, or boat around the lake. Here you will also find London Zoo, which makes for a great day out for all the family. Hyde Park is also found around 15 minutes’ walk away, where you can enjoy the green spaces, take in artwork at the Serpentine Gallery or visit Kensington Palace and the beautiful gardens that surround it. London’s West End theatres can be reached in around 20 minutes by public transport, offering a range of comedy, drama, musicals and children’s plays to enjoy. Fans of art should visit the Wallace Collection, which houses an astonishing array of paintings, sculpture, furniture and more in a historic London town house.
Marylebone Village offers a unique blend of independent shops and larger, high-street brands. High quality products and attention to personal service is the prevailing norm. It’s only an 8-minute walk to Marylebone High Street, flanked with fashion, homeware, jewellery, lifestyle and beauty stores. Stop in at Bayley & Sage for artisanal produce to take back to your apartment kitchen; Sezane and Maje for contemporary womenswear; Luca Faloni for timeless menswear classics; or Fresh for luxury skincare. For even more shopping, London’s iconic Oxford Street is around 13 minutes’ walk away, where you’ll find big-name brands, flagship stores, suave tailoring, and department stores such as Selfridges.
Whether it’s a laid-back brunch, an afternoon coffee and cake or fine-dining you’re looking for, this neighbourhood offers plenty of excellent eateries and bars. Boxcar Baker & Deli is a community spot offering pastries, breads, sandwiches and wraps, as well as coffee – a great place to grab breakfast or lunch. Delamina Kitchen, set up by a wife-and-husband team, serves Middle Eastern dishes in welcoming, informal surroundings. Cavita takes you on a journey through Mexican flavours, colours and traditions – and in the basement you can find Mayahuel Mezcaleria, a secret mezcal bar serving signature cocktails. Twist Connubio, just at the end of Crawford Street, is a popular tapas spot with a wine menu to pair.
Take the tube from Marble Arch to London’s West End, where you’ll find a multitude of theatres showing evening performances of drama, comedy, musicals, cabaret and more. If you’re looking to enjoy a relaxed drink, The Italians Wine Bar is a neighbourhood favourite for relaxed surroundings and good wine. There are also plenty of lovely pubs in Marylebone. The Duke of Wellington, just down Crawford Street, has a heated terrace and homely interiors, as well as great choice of food and drink; The Coach Makers Arms, built some 140 years ago, has a classic pub on the ground floor and a hidden 1970s-styled basement bar where you can enjoy a tasty cocktail.