Just minutes away from Oxford Street but miles away in ambience, Marylebone is a surprising pocket of calm located in the very heart of London. Distinguished by leafy streets lined with stately period homes and stylish boutiques, it’s a true urban village complete with colourful local characters and a weekly farmers' market. Life centres on the busy high street, which positively brims with quaint cafes, unique independent stores and high end design retailers.

 

Marylebone’s property market reflects its aristocratic history. In the 18th century various wealthy families owned much of the area and their names still adorn some Marylebone streets and squares, including Cavendish Square and Portman Square.

Marylebone: After Work

Eating:

The hardest thing about going out for a meal in Marylebone is deciding which of the area’s hundreds of fantastic restaurants to try next. A visit to celebrity haunt the Chiltern Firehouse is likely to be rewarded with a glimpse of a visiting Hollywood celebrity, while the food at Pied a Terre consistently earns its Michelin star. There’s amazing Lebanese food to be had in Marylebone, so try Fairuz or Maroush for some of the best. Don't miss out on juicy burgers at Meat Liquor or crisp calamari at Casa Becci.

Culture:

Marylebone is rich in culture and every year thousands of tourists flock to its music and entertainment venues and the nearby Madame Tussauds. One of London’s most important and historic concert halls, Wigmore Hall, presents 450 musical performances annually. The Old Master paintings at The Wallace Collection are a must see for art enthusiasts, while theatre lovers enjoy innovative events at The Cockpit.

Green Space:

With Hyde Park to the south and Regent's Park to the north, Marylebone locals are sandwiched between two of London's most beautiful Royal Parks on their doorstep. At 365 acres, Regent’s Park offers something for everyone, whether you’re keen to get involved in an impromptu football game or your idea of weekend exercise is a quick stroll to one of the park’s many cafes.

Marylebone: Transport

Tube: Marylebone has a great location for travelling into central London. Its station is on the Bakerloo Line in Zone 1, meaning it’s only five minutes to Oxford Circus (which is also walkable) and 12 minutes to Waterloo.

Rail: Trains run from Marylebone railway station to a variety of destinations across England including Banbury, High Wycombe and Aylesbury.

Road: Marylebone’s location on the edge of central London provides easy access to three of the main routes heading out of the city. It’s less than half an hour to the M4, the M40 or the M1.

Bus: Travel is easy from Marylebone, whether you’re travelling south of the river to Putney or Brixton on the 74 or the 2, or heading north to Finchley on the 82.

Cycle: There is a large community of cyclists in Marylebone even though it’s possible to walk to the heart of the West End in less than 15 minutes. It’s a gentle five minute cycle to Oxford Circus and 15 minutes to Charing Cross. 

Getting away: To travel further afield, Heathrow is only 40 minutes away by car and the Heathrow Express is three minutes away at Paddington Station.

 

 

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