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Small-town Living in London's Marylebone

Martin Morrell Shopping on Rue Lepic

Photo: Shopping on Rue Lepic

Despite being right in the heart of London, the thriving neighborhood of Marylebone (pronounced mary-le-bone) maintains a fairly low profile. Those who do discover a world of independent cafés, homegrown designer shops and markets, epicurean emporiums, and lovingly restored Victorian pubs.

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Hotels (2)

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    Mandeville Hotel

    The Mandeville Hotel is centrally located in Marylebone, a short walk from the fashionable shops on Oxford and Bond Streets. Designed by leading de

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    Montagu Place Hotel

    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 narro

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    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

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    Prince Regent

    A traditional pub, the Prince Regent features a daily-changing menu that emphasizes fresh ingredients from artisan producers and selected British f

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    Cabbages & Frocks Market

    On the St. Marylebone Parish Church Grounds, this Saturday market sells everything from locally designed clothing to vintage accessories to a selec

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    Daunt Books

    Deceivingly large, this Marylebone bookshop has original Edwardian oak-paneled galleries filled with a huge selection of books. Skylights provide p

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    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

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    Cath Kidston

    Well-known British designer Cath Kidston started out selling secondhand painted furniture and vintage fabrics before eventually designing her own f

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