Luxury Holiday Houses and Apartments in Marylebone


    Just moments away from bustling Bond Street, the quieter, village-like atmosphere of Marylebone makes it feel like a relaxing retreat from central London, despite its central postcode. Plus, Regent’s Park and Hyde Park are right on its doorstep.

    With rows of streets lined with white, stucco-fronted townhouses, garden squares and redbrick Georgian architecture, period flats to rent in Marylebone are indicative of the area’s rich cultural heritage. Favoured by the aristocracy in the 18th Century, it’s an exclusive historical neighbourhood. Now with a host of galleries, Michelin-starred restaurants and high-end fashion boutiques along Marylebone High Street, holiday apartments in Marylebone are desirable for London visitors seeking modern delights in a place which perfectly balances history with the contemporary. Spend days wandering around countless independent stores and drinking in some of the most fashionable bars in London; the endless things to do in Marylebone will ensure that you’re never left feeling bored.


    Food & Drink

    Encompassing everything from hearty Italian brasseries to classic fine-dining menus, there’s no shortage of places to eat in Marylebone, with restaurants that will leave you spoilt for choice. For modern European cuisine with a considerately curated wine list to match, head to Michelin-starred Portland. Fish-focused Trishna is a Marylebone restaurant that serves levelled-up Indian food, inspired by the south-west coast of India. Marvel at the food as well as the architecture in Chiltern FIrehouse, with a Mediterranean menu that will leave your mouth watering. On the hunt for an Italian experience? Try Locanda Locatelli for elevated Italian dishes and a convivial atmosphere. Sample Santiage Lastra's incredible menu at Kol, where fresh, Mexican dishes are created out of the finest seasonal British ingredients. With a soulful ambience which channels the warmth and vibrancy of Mexico, it’s a firm favourite for dinner in Marylebone. Or, for tapas, venture to Iberica Marylebone, an authentic Spanish restaurant with interiors designed by Spanish architect Lázaro Rosa-Violán.

    Art & Culture

    With a dynamic art scene which embraces both historic and contemporary works, you’ll never run out of things to do in Marylebone. No trip is complete without a visit to The Wallace Collection, a stately period property on Manchester Square displaying over 5,500 pieces of world-class art and furniture. Admire 18th and 19th Century artwork in this serene setting. Or fast forward at the Lisson Gallery, a contemporary art gallery in Marylebone dedicated to promoting international artists. EVOKE is a unique gallery space displaying curated works rooted in their connection to nature. Welcoming craft forms from around the world, it seeks to foster the artistic expression of up-and-coming artists. Go back to basics at Jaggedart, featuring art focused on organic materials used innovatively. Bibliophiles, head to Daunt Books, an Edwardian book shop in Marylebone offering endless page-turners and classics in equal measure.


    Marylebone shops are a dream destination for that all-important retail therapy. With rows of independent boutiques selling everything from homeware to perfume, Marylebone Village is a shopper’s paradise. Focused on delivering ethical fashion, Dai creates timeless silhouettes made from sustainable fabrics. If you’re looking to revamp your home as well as your wardrobe, make a stop at Caravane, a French brand selling artisanal furniture from around the world and the finest linen soft furnishings in enticing colours. For chic womenswear, Sessùn is the place to visit. Inspired by founder Emma François’ travels around South America, their clothing carefully combines rich histories and contemporary styles. Looking for a new scent? Le Labo is a New York based perfume house, crafting unique perfumes from high-quality natural ingredients. To be transported to the past, browse Marylebone’s endless vintage shops.

    Leisure & Green Space

    Bars and restaurants aren’t the only things on offer in Marylebone. For a break from the bustle of the city, take a trip to Regent's Park. An expansive green space offering idyllic views, it’s the perfect spot to take a much-needed time out. For something more high-energy, health club Third Space offers gym facilities that cater to every mood and a sauna to help recuperate after a workout. Improve your mental and physical wellbeing at Light Centre, providing yoga, pilates and barre classes as well as beauty spa and massage services. After a strenuous workout, take respite in Home Grown, a private members’ club located within a quaint Georgian townhouse; connect with likeminded people over an intimate dinner.

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