York Marylebone II W1
- Marylebone W1
- Minimum Stay
- 90 m²
- Live Calendar
- Tuckaway Mattress(es)
- W1H 1QA
A lovely and light two bedroom Marylebone flat close to Baker Street and transport. Enjoy the many cultural charms of this genteel neighbourhood such as The Wallace Collection, Madame Tussaud's and The Sherlock Holmes Museum. The always wonderful and popular Regent's Park, with London Zoo, is also nearby.
The living area is bright and fresh with large windows, wooden flooring and a fireplace.
Comfortable seating area with a corner sofa, coffee table and dining table and chairs for five.
The modern fitted kitchen is fully equipped including a washing machine, coffee maker and dishwasher.
Two airy and welcoming bedrooms with a double bed in each and storage facilities.
Two smart bathrooms, one with a walk in shower and the other with a tub and overhead shower.
Marylebone Underground and Mainline Station - Bakerloo line and mainline rail - Zone 1 - under 5 minutes from the flat.
Baker Street Underground - Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Bakerloo and Jubilee lines - Zone 1 - under 7 minutes from the flat.
Plenty of buses here.
Fully furnished and equipped with linen, towels, kitchenware and WiFi.
Marylebone is a pleasant and dignified neighbourhood with plenty of cultural attractions and a fabulous location. Handy local amenities abound. You are close to the wonderful Regent's Park here that has London Zoo, and also to the shopping areas around Oxford Street. Noted attractions such as Lord’s Cricket Ground, The Sherlock Holmes Museum, The Wallace Collection and Madame Tussaud’s are also nearby. The walk through Regent's Park down into Oxford Street from here is a pleasant one.
- Washing machine
- Ironing board
- Bed linen provided
- Cable/Satellite TV
- High-speed Internet
- Coffee maker
- Vitro ceramic
- Water kettle
- Kitchen utensils provided
- Towels provided
- Hair dryer
- Smoking allowed outside
- City view
Close by attractions
- Cinemas/movie theaters
Marylebone is a very smart and up-market area of central London – a truly wonderful location from which to explore and shop. The name itself is fun to say. Is it Marlee-b'n or Marry-li-bone? Londoners have their preference and wont be deterred! The name is derived from a church dedicated to St Mary and the Tyburn River, an ancient river that flowed here and into the Thames. Thus St Mary-by-the-Tyburn became Marylebone for short!
Many of London's famous attractions are a short walk away including Harley Street, Regents Park, The Oval for cricket and Madame Tussauds Waxworks. The Royal Academy of Music is here, as is the Royal Society of Physicians and various colleges, business school and universities. One of London's most famous and popular fictional characters is the brilliant Sherlock Holmes. He did his sleuthing on Baker Street at No. 221B with the help of his friend and chronicler, Dr Watson. This building is now The Sherlock Holmes Museum.
The Wallace Collection is to be found here and it is a famous national museum in an historic London Townhouse. There are 25 galleries to peruse as well as furniture, porcelain and a world class armoury. A popular painting is the ever fabulous Girl in a Swing, with her bright dress and one shoe flying off her foot as she sails through the air. She is as admired today as when she was first painted by the French master Jean-Honore Fragonard is 1767.
Regent's Park is well worth a visit. It is home to the London Zoo as well as an open -air theatre, boat-hire, many cafe's and restaurants and huge open spaces that offer a wide range of sporting activities. Runners and dog walkers love Regent's Park. London Zoo is the perfect fun-filled family attraction. The number and variety of exhibitions and animals to observe there is impressive, with new additions and exhibits happening all the time. The reptile house has always been a firm favourite with the youngsters.
There are innumerable restaurants, pubs, cafes and tea rooms to be enjoyed and all kinds of cuisine to be tried. The main shopping street is Marylebone High Street, but there are plenty of charming side streets to explore in the immediate area. Find some interesting and unusual independent shops and boutiques to browse in. The wonderful Daunt Books is a real, old fashioned bookshops with enormous character and knowledgable staff and there is a farmers market here every Saturday. Marvellous Hyde Park and Oxford Street, with the sublime Selfridges department store, are a pleasant walk away.
There is little need for taxis and tubes when you are staying here because you can easily walk down to Bond Street and even Piccadilly Circus. The transport links are excellent however, should you wish to use them. Baker Street Underground has more than it's fair share of tube-lines and Marylebone Underground also has a mainline railway station by it. The bus service is good.
This is a pleasant, cultured and authentic central London location with oh-so-much to recommend it.
The calendar for this property is live and you may book immediately via the website.
RATESThe total includes exit cleaning and WiFi. There are no other charges unless the home is left dirt, untidy or damaged.
TO BOOKPlease book via the property details. Input your dates and number of people to calculate the total. Then follow the Book Now button to the booking form and secure payment gateway.
Your card will be will be pre-authorised by your card provider but will not be charged until your booking is confirmed by us. You will receive a confirmation email during our office hours: Monday - Friday 9.00 - 17.30 GMT.
REFUNDABLE DAMAGE DEPOSITThe damage deposit is refundable within two weeks after departure.
CANCELLATION AND REFUNDSYou may cancel your booking forty-two nights or more before the start and receive a 50% refund of the total rent, less card fees. If the booking is cancelled less than forty two nights before the start of the stay no refund will be made. We urge you to have travel insurance in place.
TIMESStandard arrival time is: 15.00
Standard departure time is: 11.00
To guarantee an early arrival please book the night before. Likewise, if you want to stay later than the standard departure time, please book that day.
KEY COLLECTION OPTIONS1. Reception for key collection is located close to Earls Court underground station and is open 9.00 - 22.00, except Sunday when it is open until 18.00.
2. You can be at met at the flat on arrival. To meet arrivals after 18.00 a £50.00 fee applies.
3. You may book a minicab driver who will have the keys to your flat.
PROHIBITEDOnly people listed on the booking form are permitted to stay at the property. No smoking as standard in all London short term rentals. No parties and no pets.
CONTACT DURING STAYA London based professional property manager is your point of contact during your stay.
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- Private residence
- Third floor
- Kitchen utensils
- Ironing board
- Bed linen provided
- Starter toiletries
- Shower over tub
- Walk in shower
- Towels provided
- Central heating
- City views
- Self check-in
- Key collection off site
- Luggage room
- Walk up - no lift
Optional extras - charges apply
- Airport transfer