1️⃣ Kynance Mews
Was first established in the 19th century. In Old English ‘mews’ is the name given to a set of stables with housing for the horse and accommodation for the horse hands above. The closest tube stations are Gloucester Road and South Kensington (you can combine the walk with a visit to the nearby my favorite V&A museum.)
2️⃣ St Luke’s Mews
Who even once watched Love Actually will recognize that street! Notting Hill’s St Luke’s Mews is filled with pretty pink houses (as the whole area of Notting Hill) , lovely doors, and overgrown facades. This street and the area around is always full of photographers and bloggers.
3️⃣ Hillgate Street
One more favorite street in Notting Hill. A bit less crowded than others, but also full of colorful doors and buildings! My top Christmas wreaths post in 2019 was from here!
4️⃣ Neal’s Yard
Maybe it’s hard to call it “street”, but in that corner with a hidden garden is definitely amazing! Delicious vegetarian restaurant, famous pizza in a corner, just 5 min from Covent Garden and…now the secret comes.
Here lives the Fairy 🧚🏼♀️
5️⃣ Burlington Arcade, Mayfair
Mayfair is all about luxury, history and a good taste. Arcade are even more – here we can feel the real England 🏴. Burlington arcade build a bridge between “crowded” streets from Piccadilly or Green Park and the hidden streets with luxury restaurants, shops and art galleries from another side.
Dress Revolve Majorelle collection , #RevolveMe, #RevolveGirls; jewelry @soulsister_and_co, heels Malone Souliers.