A local guide to move in Marylebone

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What to do in Marylebone

Marylebone is vibrant with life, activities and to find out what to do in your area we recommend you to have a look at websites like Timeout. Timeout updates on a weekly basis things to do in Marylebone. To simplify you the task of finding the page here is the link to see the upcoming events in Marylebone. Also having a clear view of what is available in Marylebone and where is a great way to project yourself within this new area. This is why we created the following map where we gathered all the information you will find in this article.

In the city of Marylebone, what kind of things are there to do?

What makes the heart of Marylebone? At Cozee we asked ourselves what would define the culture, the vibe of a given area. We have come up with the following elements so whether you are a foodie or a night bird, we got you covered. Check out the different restaurants, pubs and gyms that exist in Marylebone to help you decide as to whether to move there or not.

What type of green space is there in Marylebone?

Big green spaces cover the UK and London. However, it may be hard to work out just how much green space there is by just looking at a map. Here is a table below that shows you the green space of Marylebone in more detail.

Park Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Cavendish Square Gardens Cavendish Square, London 4.2 1167
Brown Hart Gardens Brown Hart Gardens, London 4.6 346
The British Pilgrimage Trust 27 Upper Montagu Street, London 5 5
The Tuk Tuk Flower Studio 34 Bourdon Street, London 1 1
Grosvenor Square London 4.5 2221
Fitzroy Square Garden 14 Fitzroy Square, London 4.2 572
Queen Mary’s Rose Gardens Chester Road, London 4.8 4543
Manchester Square 9 Manchester Square, London 4.2 184
Portman Square 40 Portman Square, London 4.4 304
Park Square 18 Park Square East, London 4.5 169
Bryanston Square Bryanston Square, London 4.1 105
Paddington Street Gardens Paddington Street, London 4.6 341
Garden of Rest 65 Marylebone High Street, London 4.6 14
George’s Pocket Park 62 George Street, London N/A N/A
Marylebone Gardens Marylebone, London 4.6 8
Homstay 55 Baker Street, London 4 1
Barrett Corner 3 Barrett Street, London 5 2
Swallows Park 9 Saint Christopher’s Place, London 5 1
BBQ Catering 22, 25 Portman Close, London 5 4
Conservation Efforts 35 Marylebone Road, London N/A N/A

Galleries and Museums

The vitality of a community stems from its residents who live, work, and engage with one another. Exploring an area through art offers a fresh perspective. If you’re considering relocating to Marylebone, we highly suggest exploring the local galleries, museums, and cultural establishments. They offer delightful weekend activities and contribute to the vibrant atmosphere of the region.

Museum name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Madame Tussauds London Marylebone Road, London N/A N/A
The Sherlock Holmes Museum 221b Baker Street, London N/A N/A
The Photographers’ Gallery 16-18 Ramillies Street, London 4.5 2418
Royal College of Physicians 11 Saint Andrews Place, London 4.6 151
Chandos House 2 Queen Anne Street, London 4.4 140
The Wallace Collection Hertford House, Manchester Square, London 4.7 7358
Royal Institute of British Architects 66 Portland Place, London 4.5 564
The Cartoon Museum 63 Wells Street, London 4.1 1024
Handel Hendrix House 25 Brook Street, London 4.5 574
Fashion Space Gallery 20 John Prince’s Street, London 4.5 13
HALLANGEN ART – Illustration graphic design West One Shopping Centre, 381 Oxford Street, London N/A N/A
Museum of Knowledge 1, 85 Great Portland Street, London N/A N/A
Charles Ede 1 Three Kings’ Yard, Davies Street, London 5 6
Jimi hendrix home 13A Lancashire Court, London 4.5 32
British Dental Association 64 Wimpole Street, London 4.3 23
Fitzroy House Fitzroy House, 37 Fitzroy Street, London 4.6 45
The British Dental Museum 64 Wimpole Street, London 4.1 11
The Brown Collection 1 Bentinck Mews, London 5 6
Anaesthesia Heritage Centre 21 Portland Place, London 4.9 10
subterranean commercial ice-well 27 Park Crescent Mews West, London 2 1

Gyms in Marylebone

Working from home means more gym time for many. With chains like EasyGym and PureGym, it’s easy to stay fit in Marylebone.

Gym Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Holmes Hotel London 83 Chiltern Street, London 4.3 745
The Marylebone Hotel 47 Welbeck Street, London 4.3 954
SweatBox Soho Ramillies House, 1-2 Ramillies Street, London 4.3 445
Virgin Active Hereford House, 64 North Row, London 4.3 326
Fitness First 55 Baker Street, London 4.3 773
Third Space Marylebone Bulstrode Place, London 4.3 379
Fitness First 15 Great Marlborough Street, London 4.3 434
Egoist Body Studios 6 Fitzroy Square, London 4.3 3
Six Physio 19 Foley Street, London 4.3 66
Ford Fitness 400 Oxford Street, London 4.3 N/A
Powertone Studios 13 Maddox Street, London 4.3 1
Bodyset 42 Harley Street, London 4.3 48
Kingyo Therapy Suites 58 South Molton Street, London 4.3 N/A
Seymour Leisure Centre Seymour Place, London 4.3 376
Wolf Personal Training 7AB, Marble Arch, 21 Bryanston Street, London 4.3 18
PHYCORE 27 Welbeck Street, London 4.3 2
Sweaty Betty 3 Marylebone High Street, London 4.3 6
Chris Darmanin – Gyrotonic® 11 Welbeck Street, London 4.3 15
Movement Perfected 3 Spanish Place, London 4.3 67
A.L.O Physiotherapy Clinic Harmont House, 20 Harley Street, London 4.3 153

What are the range of supermarkets like?

Perhaps one of the most common amenities in Marylebone would be supermarkets. Below, you will be able to tell what type of supermarket there are in Marylebone and what company operates here.

Supermarket/Grocery store name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Asda Clapham Junction Superstore 204 Lavender Hill, London 3.8 1058
Whole Foods Market 305-311 Lavender Hill, London 4.2 663
Lidl Falcon Lane, London 4.2 2946
Waitrose & Partners 40-44 Saint John’s Road, London 4 558
Marks and Spencer 45 Saint John’s Road, London 4.3 658
Tesco Express Clapham Junction, 29-33 Battersea Rise, London 3.8 29
M&S Simply Food Junction BR Station, Saint John’s Hill Clapham, London 3.9 59
Sainsbury’s Local 165-167 Saint John’s Hill, London 3.7 40
Sainsbury’s Local 326 Battersea Park Road, London 3 76
Sainsbury’s Local The Junction Shopping Centre, 20 Saint John’s Hill, London 2.9 59
Tesco Express 23-27 Falcon Road, London 3.4 57
Londis 82-84 Plough Road, London 4.1 83
Poundland Unit 4B, The Junction Centre, Saint John’s Hill, London 4.3 35
Londis Off-licence 37 Saint John’s Hill, London N/A N/A
George at Asda Clapham Junction 204 Lavender Hill, London 4.4 14
Hoxton Fruit and Veg Batersea 575C Battersea Park Road, London 4.2 214
Premier 181-183 Battersea High Street, Battersea Park, London 5 6
Minola food & wine 543 Battersea Park Road, London N/A N/A

Public houses of Marylebone

As Londoners, at Cozee we are deeply attached to our weekly attendance to our local pub. Why should you be different in the place where you are going to live? That is why we have been testing and reviewing all the pubs in Marylebone. As a matter of fact, we didn’t… But we would have loved to. Here is then the list of the greatest pubs of Marylebone

Pub name Name Address Description
Carpenters Arms 12 Seymour Place London W1H 7NE First licensed in 1776 and rebuilt by Meux in 1872, this is now part of the small London-based Market Taverns chain. The pub has benefited from a sensitive refurbishment, preserving the impressive wall tiling and floor mosaics in the main entrance. On the wall by the side entrance is an apposite display of old woodworking tools. The ale comprises a few regulars like Harveys, but also often some interesting local brews from around the country. For visitors, the pub is a haven from the bustle of nearby Oxford Street, whilst the availability of a dartboard (in the rear alcove) and TV sport adds to the appeal for the regulars, one of whom has commented: “Landlord & deputy greet us like old mates – it feels like an old episode of Cheers when we go in. My pint is invariably being pulled as they see me come through the door. Always a good atmosphere and a mix of after-workers, tourists and locals.” The food offering is home-made.
Duke Of Wellington 94A Crawford Street London W1H 2HQ Grade II listed and smartly furnished corner pub filled with artefacts and figurines of the Duke. Built in 1812, as the Marquess of Wellington, which it remained until 1818. First floor dining room, also hireable for functions. The pub is under the same management as the Albert Arms SE1. This is very much a gastropub with high-quality food including Sunday roasts, but still authentically a pub not a restaurant. The operators’ mission statement “is to create “proper pubs” in London. We are London residents, passionate about creating a welcoming place for the community, offering excellent food, a great choice of beers and great quality wines”.
Duke of York 45 Harrowby Street London W1H 5HT Reopened in March 2017 under new management, following its closure some nine months earlier, this corner pub was first licensed 1793 and rebuilt in 1889 to the design of J W Brooker. Behind the ornate frontage, complete with hanging baskets, is a single light and airy room, newly refurbished and featuring an attractive stripped pine floor and a panel-fronted oak topped bar with a painted back bar. Furniture consists of a mixture of high tables and stools and dining tables and chairs. The venue now very much markets itself as a style bar with boutique hotel above. Post-pandemic and like many other central London venues, it has been reported that the ale range has been reduced. Further updates welcome.
Grazing Goat 6 New Quebec Street London W1H 7RQ Built in 1776, this is the oldest surviving pub in Marylebone. It was once a small terrace pub hidden in a sidestreet, but is now promoted more as an up-market gastropub with boutique hotel set over six floors! Breakfast, lunch & dinner are available. Sister establishment to the Thomas Cubitt in Belgravia, the Orange in Pimlico and the Alfred Tennyson (ex-Pantechnicon) in Knightsbridge. It is entirely possible to just have a drink without eating here. But note that as per usual, alcohol cannot be served before noon on Sunday or 10am on other days.
Harcourt 32 Harcourt Street London W1H 4HX This was a well-known Swedish-themed pub, and is now a modern European restaurant/bar that continues the tradition of a Nordic slant. The main bar area is wood panelled, and there are various other rooms for dining, and private dining, including a glass-enclosed ‘Garden Room’ – the glazed backyard. Indoor barbecue; latest Swedish sporting events played. The three real ale pumps are very well-hidden behind snack jars and only one real ale is on at any one time; various keg beers are also available.
Larrik 32 Crawford Place London W1H 5NN Large open plan L-shaped bar with some original panelling. Brightly lit and with a youngish clientele, it can be rather loud in the evenings. First licensed in 1835 as the Laurie Arms, the present building dates from 1894 and the name from 2001 after a spell as Seymours.
Lord Wargrave 40-42 Brendon Street London W1H 5HE Built in 1866, this is an ex-Finch’s pub that changed to Young’s ownership and in 2014 to Urban, the new venture from the RealPubs management team. L-shaped layout, and the pub’s standout feature is the magnificent collection of whiskies, 250+ and still growing! Four real ale handpumps, six craft beer pumps plus two lagers and a Guinness pump. The food menu has a smokehouse theme and concentrates on burgers, ribs, and BBQ type-food, plus Sunday roasts. As with many other central London pubs post-pandemic, there have been reports that the ale range has been reduced here to one or two. Further updates welcome.
Portman 51 Upper Berkeley Street London W1H 7QW Est 1778. Rebuilt in 1870. It was the Masons Arms, latterly run by Hall & Woodhouse until their lease expired in 2009. Reopened under new name in 2011, as a modern upmarket gastro, this area apparently being “Portman Village”. There is limited space around an island bar, with modernised decor, pale paintwork. Restaurant upstairs and the food offering is a daily changing a la carte menu with some pub classics. Busy enough, but drinkers seem to be welcome. The pub is under the same ownership as the nearby Larrik, Inda Pubs Ltd.
Royal Oak 74-76 York Street London W1H 1QN Following a period tied to Greene King and then a year as a free house, the pub found new owners, reopening in June 2018 as a gastropub and then refurbished. The building is early to mid-nineteenth century with 1880 alterations by WE Williams. Large windows and a corner site lend an airy feel to the interior. The grey paint decor emphasises wood, with a panelled ceiling, a plaster frieze above the picture rail and a stripped, stained and resealed pine floor, partly tiled around the bar. The bar top and front are faced with wood strips set in a herringbone pattern, whilst the back bar consists of simple shelving with glazed ceramic tiles behind. Three real ales are offered, often, but not always, including Harvey’s Best. The twelve keg taps include some craft beers and ciders. An excellent menu is normally available.
Thornbury Castle 29A Enford Street London W1H 1DN Licensed in 1852 and rebuilt in 1938, this is a small sidestreet pub near Marylebone Station with wood panelling throughout and a raised seating area to the rear. Following cessation of a tenancy that had built up this pub into a real ale “destination”, it reopened in Feb 2022 under new management. The pub now offers tapas and cocktails, and two or three cask ales plus often a cider on handpump. Further updates welcome.
Three Tuns 1 Portman Mews South London W1H 6HP Mews pub just off Oxford Street, it is a useful oasis from Primark or Selfridges – largely touristy but with some local office workers. Originally dating from 1764 and later merged with the building next door, hence the split-level interior. The very long frontage dates from 1871.

The types of restaurants

Marylebone is rich in restaurants, from Indian, Chinese or Italian ones, your area is vibrant with life and the foodies that you may be will surely find what you are looking for.

Restaurant Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Gem Fitzrovia Hotel 20-28 Bolsover Street, London 4.3 783
Holiday Inn London – Regent’s Park, an IHG Hotel Carburton Street, London 4.3 2416
The Mandeville Hotel Mandeville Place, London 4.3 860
Durrants Hotel Durrants Hotel Ltd, 32 George Street, London 4.3 312
Holmes Hotel London 83 Chiltern Street, London 4.3 745
Gem Langham Court Hotel 31-35 Langham Street, London 4.3 529
Locanda Locatelli 8 Seymour Street, London 4.3 1265
Everyman Baker St 96-98 Baker Street, London 4.3 605
Wigmore Hall 36 Wigmore Street, London 4.3 1264
Goodman – Mayfair 24-26 Maddox Street, London 4.3 1965
The Loop Bar 19 Dering Street, London 4.3 4544
Long Bar 50 Berners Street, London 4.3 248
Globe 43 Marylebone Road, London 4.3 2230
Liberty London Regent Street, London 4.3 19176
ASK Italian 121, 125 Park Street, London 4.3 1790
Le Relais de Venise L’Entrecote – Marylebone 120 Marylebone Lane, London 4.3 2567
Riding House Fitzrovia 43-51 Great Titchfield Street, London 4.3 2965
Scandinavian Kitchen 61 Great Titchfield Street, London 4.3 1815
The Grazing Goat Pub & Boutique Hotel Marylebone 6 New Quebec Street, London 4.3 1823
Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill 10-13 Grosvenor Square, London 4.3 2250

The amenities you might need in Marylebone

Below is a list of the places you may want to check out if the area of Marylebone. This can really help you out when you are moving to an area or neighbourhood.

Tube & Train stations in and around Marylebone

Having to walk more than 10 to 15 min to reach public transportation is usually considered as a downside when considering a property to live in. To simplify this, we curated the list of train and tube station of Marylebone to help you find what would be the best location for you to move in. There are 8 train or tube stations within the Marylebone area. Here are the main ones

Train or tube station name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Bond Street Bond Street Station Underground Ltd, Oxford Street, London 4.4 604
Oxford Circus Oxford Street, London 4.2 1256
Marylebone Melcombe Place, London 4.1 591
Regent’s Park Marylebone Road, London 4.5 80
Baker Street Baker Street Underground Station Undergound Ltd, Marylebone Road, London 4.4 763
Great Portland Street Underground Ltd, Euston Road, London 4.3 96
Marble Arch Marble Arch Underground Station Underground Ltd, Oxford Street, London 4.4 239
Marylebone Marylebone Underground Station Underground Ltd, Harewood Row, London 4.3 79

What schools are nearby in Marylebone?

Having a school near the place you live is a great feature of the property you are about to move in. Please find below a list of the schools within the area of Marylebone.

School Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
European School Of Economics 11-13 Mandeville Place, London 4.5 15
Regent Independent College (RIC) 153 Great Titchfield Street, London 4.2 12
Portland Place School 58 Portland Place, London 3.9 24
Southbank International School Westminster – Conway Street 17 Conway Street, London 5 4
Meditation Classes 7 Park Crescent, London N/A N/A
Simply Dancing Ltd 33 Seymour Place, London 5 10
London Speech Therapy 10 Harley Street, London 4 8
Healing Healer 4 Harley Street, London 5 4
St Marylebone School 64 Marylebone High Street, London 4 12
Seymour Leisure Centre Seymour Place, London 3.6 376
St. Anthony’s school 50 Queen Anne Street, London N/A N/A
Wetherby Senior School (Marylebone Lane) 100 Marylebone Lane, London 3.1 8
The St Marylebone C.E School Sixth Form Site 14 Blandford Street, London 4.1 10
Mind Body Mode 85 Wimpole Street, London N/A N/A
Bodhimaya 10 Harley Street, London N/A N/A
Urban Guru 91 Wimpole Street, London N/A N/A
Eagle house Eagle House Reception (home) Berkshire, Sandhurst N/A N/A
EIFA International School London 36 Portland Place, London 3.8 8
Southbank International School Westminster – Portland Place 63-65 Portland Place, London 4.2 13
The Piano Studio 6 Baker Street, London 5 20

Post offices in Marylebone

Nearby post offices make sending and getting packages a breeze. Post office branches in Marylebone provide services like money orders and postal insurance alongside mail services. You can take a look for yourself to see where they are located below.

Post Office Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Baker Street Post Office 111 Baker Street, London 2.9 135
Mayfair Post Office 32A Grosvenor Street, London 2.4 133
Royal Mail Post Box LIBERTY C/O skin laundry, Regent Street, London 4 2
Chel Pharmacy & Post Office 173 Great Portland Street, London 4.4 104
Post box 10 Queen Anne Street, London 0 0
BBC news 12 Langham Street, London 1 5
Post box 99 Great Portland Street, London 0 0
Great Portland Street (173) Post Office 173 Great Portland Street, London 4 20
Post Office 54-56 Great Portland Street, London 4.1 304
Melcombe Street Post Office 21-23 Melcombe Street, London 3.3 17
Post box 48 Grafton Way, London 0 0

How many hospitals, pharmacies and doctors are there in Marylebone?

Marylebone has 20 medical institutions. These include hospitals, doctors offices, pharmacies and other stores providing medical attention. Here are the details the nearby medical institutions (1000 radius of the area).

Medical institution Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
The London Clinic 20 Devonshire Place, London 3.9 352
Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital 45-51 Bolsover Street, London 4.2 50
University College Hospital at Westmoreland Street 16-18 Westmoreland Street, London 4 146
Harley Street Health Centre 13 Queen Anne Street, London 4.6 339
Harley Medical Group Harley Street 6 Harley Street, London 4.3 291
London Medical 49 Marylebone High Street, London 4.1 57
King Edward VII’s Hospital 5-10 Beaumont Street, London 3.9 93
Cystitis treatment clinic 209 Great Portland Street, London 5 1
The Harley Street Breast Clinic. Unilabs Ltd. 148 Harley Street, London 4.1 9
The London Welbeck Hospital 27 Welbeck Street, London 4.2 41
Transform Hospital Group 8 Upper Wimpole Street, London 2.1 43
Cooperhealth 112 Harley Street, London 4 6
Clinica London Ophthalmology and Dermatology Clinic 140 Harley Street, London 4.4 28
Queen Anne Street Medical Centre 13-14 Fitzroy Square, London 3.7 10
Trustees of London Clinic 1 Park Square West, London N/A N/A
Natural and Personalised Treatment in Central London 3-8 Bolsover Street, London 5 2
New Medicine Group & Thrive Healthcare 10A Upper Wimpole Street, London 5 2
Harley Body Clinic 10 Harley Street, London 3.8 80
Children’s Doctor Around The Clock 234 Great Portland Street, London 5 3
London Obesity Centre 120 Harley Street, London N/A N/A

Other areas nearby

You are not 100% sure that you want to move in Marylebone? Check out our other guides about some nearby areas. You might find your next neighbourhood. The following tables shows the nearby areas within a 3.5km radius.

Neighbourhood name Link to our guide
Pimlico See the guide here
Victoria Station See the guide here
South Kensington See the guide here
Victoria St See the guide here
Belgravia See the guide here
Knightsbridge See the guide here
Buckingham Palace See the guide here
South Bank See the guide here
Whitehall See the guide here
St. James’s See the guide here
Horton See the guide here
Moorfields Eye Hospital See the guide here
Hyde Park See the guide here
Charing Cross See the guide here
Royal Academy See the guide here
Leicester Square See the guide here
Temple See the guide here
Mayfair (south) See the guide here
Mayfair (north) See the guide here
Covent Garden See the guide here
Chinatown See the guide here
Blackfriars See the guide here
Grosvenor Square See the guide here
Regent Street See the guide here
Aldwych See the guide here
Bayswater See the guide here
Soho (south east) See the guide here
Soho (north west) See the guide here
Hanover Square See the guide here
Brompton See the guide here
Soho Square See the guide here
Fetter Lane See the guide here
New Oxford Street See the guide here
St Bartholomew’s Hospital See the guide here
High Holborn See the guide here
Great Portland Street See the guide here
Hatton Garden See the guide here
Harley Street See the guide here
Chenies See the guide here
Fitzrovia See the guide here
Farringdon See the guide here
Great Ormond Street Hospital See the guide here
Bloomsbury See the guide here
Little Venice See the guide here
University College London See the guide here
Lisson Grove See the guide here
Finsbury Estate See the guide here
St Pancras See the guide here
Clerkenwell See the guide here
Euston See the guide here
Maida Vale See the guide here
Somers Town See the guide here
St John’s Wood See the guide here
Kings Cross See the guide here
Camden Town See the guide here
Barnsbury See the guide here
Primrose Hill See the guide here
Swiss Cottage See the guide here
Chalk Farm See the guide here
Belsize Park See the guide here
Kentish Town See the guide here
Pimlico See the guide here
Victoria Station See the guide here
South Kensington See the guide here
Victoria St See the guide here
Belgravia See the guide here
Knightsbridge See the guide here
Buckingham Palace See the guide here
South Bank See the guide here
Whitehall See the guide here
St. James’s See the guide here
Horton See the guide here
Moorfields Eye Hospital See the guide here
Hyde Park See the guide here
Charing Cross See the guide here
Royal Academy See the guide here
Leicester Square See the guide here
Temple See the guide here
Mayfair (south) See the guide here
Mayfair (north) See the guide here

Looking for something more precise? Have a look at our analysis on the property market at the postcode level

Postcode area Link to our property price guide
W1H See our property price guide for W1H
W1U See our property price guide for W1U

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