Marylebone – recommended attractions
Marylebone High Street is a vibrant area that is home to many interesting restaurants, cafes and is also a nice place to find high quality clothes and accessories, including many retailers that stock vintage items. Visitors to the area often enjoy a trip to the Sherlock Holmes Museum on Baker Street. Here they learn about the famous detective and can even interact with staff who are dressed in period costumes to match the Victorian décor, which makes the experience more entertaining. For those staying in Marylebone holiday rentals, another piece of Marylebone's history can be seen at Wigmore Hall. It was constructed at the beginning of the 20th century for a German piano maker, but was reclaimed during the war as enemy property. This building is renowned for its acoustics and is host to many musical performances throughout the year. Another iconic landmark in this well to-do area is Selfridges department store on Oxford Street. This world-famous shopping destination is worth a visit in its own right just to witness the variety of goods that are available. Their street facing window displays are often quite interesting too. If a visit to this shopping mecca is not enough to satisfy a tourist's shopping urges, there are some other great locations close by that are also worth a visit.
Sights To Visit Close To Marylebone
Close to Marylebone holiday lettings is Oxford Street, the busiest shopping street in Europe. Many retails chains have their flagships stores here and there really is something for everyone. There are several large department stores along with smaller retail chains. There are many cafes and restaurants dotted along this route for anyone that wants to take a break from the bustling crowds or maybe to just admire their recent purchases and soak up the energy of London life. Take a wander down the side streets to find some interesting boutiques. The iconic Carnaby Street is also in the vicinity of Marylebone holiday rentals, which offers a diverse range of styles and merchandise. For those who are looking for something from one of the top fashion brands, head along New Bond Street and, more specifically, Old Bond Street where the top fashion names have their stores.
Another point of interest going north from Marylebone holiday lettings is Regent's Park, one of London's famous Royal Parks. The park occupies 410 acres, which contains an open air theatre that hosts the New Shakespeare Company, ponds, rose gardens, and cafes. Another attraction is London Zoo, the oldest scientific zoo in the world. It contains over 800 species of animals. Anyone who really wants to immerse themselves in world culture and history should not miss the British Museum. It was established in the mid-1700s and currently holds over 8 million works in its permanent collection. These famous London sights will keep visitors entertained during their stay in their holiday apartment in Marylebone.
What are the most popular accommodations in Marylebone?
The most booked accommodations in Marylebone are apartment rental and house rentals. We search from more than 1,232 accommodations in Marylebone to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.
What does it cost to rent a holiday home in Marylebone?
With Casamundo, you will find holiday rentals in Marylebone starting from as little as £106. On average, properties in Marylebone will have a size of 170 m² (House rentals) and 72 m² (Apartment rental).
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rental in Marylebone?
If you are travelling with your pet, we have the perfect solution: Apartment rental are the most pet-friendly accommodation types in Marylebone. On average a pet-friendly rental costs £492 per night.
Do you also offer accommodations that are suitable for groups in Marylebone ?
We have a great range of accommodations for groups in Marylebone. On average, the apartment rental has space for 4 guests.