Looking for a short term lets London close to Marylebone and Regent’s Park? The rather famous and distinguished Harley Street lies in this pleasant and popular part of London.
EXCELLENCE IN MEDICINE
Mention Harley Street and people think of excellence in medicine and doctors offices. This world famous street in Westminster has been known since the 19th century for it’s large number of doctors specialising in various forms of medicine, especially surgery. Licensing was not that easy to come by once Harley Street became the respected medical centre of the world. Doctors were thoroughly investigated and approved before being allowed to practice here, ensuring that professional and high standards were observed and maintained.
CONVENIENT AND CLOSE TO TRANSPORT
In 1914 there were perhaps 200 doctors located here and today there are more than 3000. Roomy and safe housing quickly developed in this area. Also the fact that railway stations such as King’s Cross, Paddington, Euston and later Marylebone are close-by was a real attraction for professionals seeking to start a clinic. The centrally convenient location of the street was a huge benefit, of course. These days, both of these practicalities are equally convenient and appealing for anyone looking for short term lets London.
REGENT’S PARK AND LONDON ZOO
Harley Street lies north of Oxford Street and is close to Marylebone High Street ensuring that all your shopping needs are well met. The always wonderful Regent’s Park which is home to London Zoo is close by, as are other attractions and places of interest such as The Sherlock Holmes Museum and Madame Tussaud’s. In fact, central London is easily accessible from here, making this the ideal neighbourhood to find short term lets London in. You will find everything you need in the way of cafes and restaurants too, of course.
Read our area guide for Marylebone to learn more about this particular part of London, with so much to recommend it. Our Marylebone short term lets London enjoy all the benefits and attractions of this cultured and pleasant part of central London.