Where the districts of Marylebone, Mayfair, and Soho meet, the BoTree boutique hotel opened this month on London’s Marylebone Lane.
A brick townhouse in a quiet part of Hampstead, Achilles House was desirably located and had Victorian charm, but its interiors needed to be coaxed into the 21st century.
Despite the power of paint in interior decor, the stores that sell it aren’t known for being much to look at. Lick aims to change that.
Calling all Jane Austen fans: London has a new hotel for you. Tucked away on a residential street in the central London neighbourhood of Marylebone, Henry’s Townhouse is a six-key boutique hotel secreted away in an enchantingly restored terraced house once occupied by Jane Austen’s older brother Henry.
When a young family moved from London to a rural hamlet near Peterborough in Cambridgeshire, they wanted to be closer to their families. They were also drawn to country living—and the 18th-century stone house they acquired, Follyfield, is surrounded by vast gardens.
Laura Fulmine, founder of M.A.H Gallery in East London, recently launched The House, an accompanying store that sells one-of-a-kind art, furniture, and vintage collectibles.
If there’s one thing you need to know about Kyla Kennaley, the entrepreneurial judge of CBC’s The Great Canadian Baking Show, it’s that details matter.
Now that Canadian travellers to the United Kingdom are no longer required to quarantine upon arrival on the isles, many will again head across the pond.
The offices that housed Churchill’s operations and inspired Bond have become luxury condos in London. Take a look inside.