2 double bedroom flat close to Baker Street, Marylebone + Regent's Park
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About Anthony Ryman
Artist + Brand agency owner. Now officially semi-retired. New chapter seeking 'the good life'. Fluent in 4 languages. Love cooking (and food), painting, meeting new people and travel to far-off places, yoga + personal development, fine champagne and Italian wine, trend-spotting, houses and architecture. Really happy to welcome guests to our home - We KNOW you'll enjoy it - the location is VERY LONDON CENTRAL - WEST END - so close to Regent's Park, Sherlock Holmes Museum, Baker Street, Marylebone and all the amazing shops, restaurants theatres and nightlife of Oxford Street, Piccadilly Circus, Marble Arch, Regent Street, Trafalgar Square. We've recently refurbished the flat with great care and attention, so everything is BRAND NEW! It's your home away from home. We would definitely stay there if we were AIRBNB guests, so we really trust you do too! Enjoy!
Anthony Ryman purchased this Apartment in 2017
Why Anthony Ryman chose City of Westminster
This is the apartment Sam was born in. When his Mum died in 2017, he inherited it and decided to totally refurbish and renovate the flat, taking care to add quality and simplicity so that guests can enjoy a pied a terre right in the heart of London.
What makes this Apartment unique
The proximity to Regents Park, one of London's most beautiful Royal Parks. One of the nicest parks in London. Check out the rose garden, London zoo and then walk along the canal to Camden Market. You're are in the heart of London's West End, right next to some of the most visited sights of London. From Madame Tussauds and the London Planetarium to Sherlock Homes Museum and Baker Street all literally right on your doorstep. Quick access to London's throbbing nightlife and world-class theatres. SOHO is now the most popular nightlife spot; there are still some sex shops dotted here + there, giving Soho a delightfully risqué vibe. Soho has a number of theatres, jazz bars + restaurants to explore, making it a cultural hotspot. Its close proximity to Leicester Square means it’s also a great place to go for a few drinks after a play or stage show. Close to Carnaby Street, a must-visit + famous street on one end + China Town by Piccadilly Circus, Soho is at the centre of day + night life in London - lots of music shops, small cafes, bars, restaurants, trendy shops + quaint bakeries. Stop in Old Compton Street for a great coffee + people watching! CAMDEN is known for its alternative culture, the crowds here are filled with goths, punks, rockabillies and tourists alike. Camden has a vibrant community + you will find a number of piercing and tattoo shops in this part of town. Camden Market is eclectic and diverse: street food from international cuisines, lots of stalls selling trinkets and unique artwork to take home. Rummage through vintage clothing racks, find a used book to take on your travels. After shopping, stroll down to Camden Lock to relax by Regent’s Canal, walk along the water to King's Cross or Regent's Park or London Zoo. Selfridges is one of London's leading department stores with a great food hall. It's at the beginning of Oxford Street which is THE shopping street in London and leads you to Bond Street, New Bond Street, South Molton Street + Regent Street.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Great flat in great location
My husband and I just stayed here for a week. It was beautiful, clean, very well stocked, and super near so many places we wanted to go to. Also. Sam was the most terrific host. They have a very organized book where they have tons of information about what to do and see, restaurant reviews, etc. He put out the welcome mat- with milk, beer, pastries, crisps, etc. so we would immediately felt at home. We would stay here again in a heartbeat!!
Thanks Tracy. Very kind of you. It's so nice to be acknowledged for all the hard work we put in to ensure our guests have a wonderful experience.
We appreciate it. Thank you.
Our motivation is "what would we love to have if it were us visiting a new city and staying in an apartment" - and we make sure there are goodies there to delight and surprise, especially after a long flight!.
We'd also appreciate the "inside track" as to where to go and what to see/do. We love London and Sam is born and bred here, so has many insights and recommendations to uncover places and sights not necessarily on the radar. We want our guests to experience the best our amazing city has to offer - hence the "Red Book" of local knowledge and curated experiences. We know our flat is in a superb location - 250 yards from Regents Park, Baker Street and Marylebone Station, Madame Tussauds, Sherlock Holmes Museum - all within 3-4 minutes walk. And a hop, skip and a jump to the West End, the shopping of Oxford St Bond St, Regent St and Piccadilly Circus only 10 minutes away. We want our guests to have a FAB time - it's what we would want if we were guests. So we're really happy you enjoyed yourselves. Welcome and thank you.
Great location, well-equipped, very helpful hosts
A family of three - parents and 2 year old - had a great stay at this flat. The proximity of Regent's park and many transport links made the location just perfect. Bedroom facing the courtyard was quiet enough for our daughter to get excellent rest, and the travel crib had a nice sturdy mattress.
Sam met us to check us in, great and early communication, very accommodating. Sam gave us a detailed tour of the flat and many suggestions for the neighborhood and things to do with our daughter. He even put a few staples in the fridge for us to get started! Great touch.
While small in comparison to our suburban home, for a central location the flat was a good size, and furnished comfortably but not over-furnished, which provided a more spacious feel. Bath is undeniably cramped, but again, par for the area.
We didn't want for anything while staying here. Would stay again.
Thanks for your visit. We’re very pleased you had a great time in our amazing city, London. Thanks for the review. We do try our best to ensure our guests are comfortable and happy staying with us, hence the food in the fridge, ground coffee and organic tea etc.. Thanks for the compliments about Nidhi’s original artwork. It adds counterbalance and colour to the whitewashed walls and minimalist decor. London is so busy, it’s nice to come back to an apartment where you can rest and recharge.
We trust you found useful the many suggestions in our red folder on where to go and what to do/eat. Wishing you all well and do please come again.
Great Flat, Great Location, Great Owner
He showed us around the neighborhood on the first day and gave us some great places to visit. I would gladly stay there again and gladly recommend this place to any of my friends!
Julian is a very nice guy. Personable, considerate and extremely well-mannered.
He was also a great communicator and kept to arrangements made. It was a pleasure having him and his younger brother stay with us. The flat was left clean and tidy and we would certainly welcome them both again as guests of Sam & Nidhi in Baker Street and there is no hesitation to recommend him to other hosts. Great guest!
Excellent location in London!
Sam and Nidhi make you feel at home in their wonderful flat in London. Their hospitality was great, Sam even spent time showing us aroun d It has all you need to spend a great vacation in London. Centrally located and still is a beautiful neighborhood where you can meet locals in nearby pubs or restaurants. Thanks Sam and Nidhi!
It was lovely to meet you, Harry and son!
You’re extraordinarily lovely people (and so laid back!). It was a pleasure showing you around Marylebone High Street and our neighbourhood!
We’re so pleased you enjoyed your stay in our amazing city and that you liked our 2 bedroom flat!
We also think it’s in a great location - so close to Regents Park, Madame Tussaud’s, Baker Street and the shopping and theat district of the West End.
We would be more than happy to welcome you all again. It was a real pleasure and honour to have you as our HomeAway clients! Be well. Happy New Year!
All best. Sam & Nidhi
Nidhi + Sam’s home is located in Greater London, England, United Kingdom.
We're in the heart of Westminster. Right in Baker Street. We're very close to Regents Park
( https://bit.ly/1cbQ80g ) - one of London's Royal Parks where you can visit London Zoo, walk the canals and visit Camden market (https://www.camdenmarket.com/).
We're also close to Sherlock Holmes Museum
( http://sherlock-holmes.co.uk/) and Madame Tussauds
( https://bit.ly/2lIMnsz) - one of London's most visited attractions. And then you can walk from there to fashionable Marylebone ( https://bit.ly/2KlrFan )
and find your way to St. Christophers Place
( https://bit.ly/2Ifl6VZ ) and through the lanes to Oxford Street, Bond Street, South Molton Street. And that's enough for one day!
Within walking distance or a short bus ride from our flat, you've also got Marble Arch leading to Oxford Street and the famous Bond Street, then Regent Street, Carnaby Street and Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden, Buckingham Palace and..and.. the best of London at your fingertips.
Baker Street Station is 250 metres away as is Marylebone station. Most buses go to Marble Arch and head up Oxford Street, Piccadilly Circus (#113 #139 #159) and Trafalgar Square or Park Lane and Knightsbridge and Harrods
( #2, 74)
One of the cultural staples of London is Baker Street, best known as the street that Arthur Conan Doyle’s infamous detective Sherlock Holmes lived on. Today you can find a Sherlock Holmes museum near the Underground station, especially popular after the BBC revival ‘Sherlock’. Madame Tussauds is just around the corner, the internationally-famous wax museum where you can pose with your favourite celebrities. Afterwards, escape the crowds of Baker Street in the nearby Regent’s Park, or by climbing Primrose Hill for London’s most spectacular view of the city.
We love Marylebone. It's now become one of the West End's most 'must-see' neighbourhoods. From Chiltern Firehouse to Fischers ( for afternoon tea) - it's famous for its restaurants and cafes. Also Daunt Books and The Wallace Collection I like the Marylebone Kitchen http://marylebonekitchen.com/ for breakfast and I go here for lunch or afternoon tea to http://www.peytonandbyrne.co.uk/wallace-restaurant/ https://www.timeout.com/london/things-to-do/marylebone-area-guide