Whistles – Whistles neighbourhood: Marylebone


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 Conran Cafe- I’m on my way…looks fab!

Prism

A firm favourite of celebrities such as Beyonce and hip jetsetters worldwide. This is the brand to head to for clean lines and contemporary luxury, founded by ex-style editor Anna Laub in 2009. All of the swim and eyewear is designed with a strong focus on luxury materials, inspired by tropical destinations from Positano to Honolulu and expertly handcrafted in Italy. A visit to the minimalist Robert Storey designed store will leave you packing your bags and heading to the sun asap.

54 Chiltern Street, W1U 7QX

Daunt books

Daunt is somewhat a London institution, a must visit for bookworms.  Since this bookstore became Daunt in 1990, it was originally established and custom built in 1912, has been a London hotspot for literature and travel. The unique Marylebone branch, with its oak galleries and airy skylights, often hosts intimate talks and events with an array of authors.

83 Marylebone High Street,  W1U 4QW

Lisson gallery

One of the most influential and longest running contemporary galleries in London. The Lisson represents current artists such as Marina Abromavich, Ai Weiwei and Anish Kapoor. This is the gallery to visit to spot the latest artistic talent and expand your viewpoint on modern art.

52/54 Bell Street, NW1 5BY

The Wallace Collection

Housed in a historic London townhouse is this diverse collection of artworks spread over 25 galleries. French 18th century painting, rare furniture and incredible old Master paintings make for a fascinating browse through history. Hidden within the collections is an impressive courtyard restaurant space – perfect for cultural half time refreshment.

Hertford House Manchester Square, W1U 3BN

The Conran shop

Head to this interiors institution for a curated blend of gifts, contemporary furniture and lighting. A distinctive mix between select vintage, considered design and modern pieces, the Conran store is an ever-changing, ever-evolving space and with each visit, we are sure you will discover something unique and inspiring for the home.

55 Marylebone High Street, W1U 5HS

Paul Rothe & Son

Now in its fourth generation this family run business, founded in 1900, is one of London’s oldest delicatessens. Rothe & son remains unspoilt and authentic. Pick up a bite to eat in this warm neighbourly café and leave feeling part of the family. We suggest taking home one of their vast ranges of condiments and jams.

35 Marylebone Lane, W1U 2NN

Browns Bride

Since 2004 Browns bride is the one stop shop for brides to be, a concession from the London premium boutique Browns in Mayfair. Offering a range of unique and feminine custom pieces from Sophia Kokosalaki to Vera Wang. It is still worth a visit even if there is no wedding on the cards.

12 Hinde St, W1U 3BE

The Conran Café

The perfect place to sit back, people watch and review your purchases -the kitchen consists of fresh sandwiches made by St Johns bakery and bespoke coffee created by Caravan exclusively for Conran.

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