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The Park was designed by John Nash and James and Decimus Burton. Its construction was financed privately by James after the Crown Estate rescinded its pledge to do so. The park is Grade I listed on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens. (Wikipedia)
Just around the corner from the property where I am hosting, Regent's Park is a 10 minute walk away. Great for a morning or afternoon run, for a stroll around its beautiful gardens or go and hang out in the sun in a group. Within around 30 minutes you can also get to Primrose Hill which is a…
We may be a little biased but we think this is London's loveliest royal park and it is practically on the doorstep
Regent’s Park is one of the Royal Parks of London. It lies within north-west London, partly in the City of Westminster and partly in the London Borough of Camden. It contains Regent's University London and the London Zoo.
One of the best parks in London if not the world. Said by someone who’s loved the last 15 years next to this park, so a little biased, but still searching for a better urban alternative.
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“Roomy pub in 1960s-built complex with broad columns and tiled floors, offering an eclectic bar menu.”
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“The Sunday roasts here are amazing, they come out incredibly hot and are so tasty! Fantastically friendly staff too who can't do enough for you. Highly recommend. It's definitely a pub by the way, not a cinema like Airbnb are insisting. Weird!”
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“This is the place to go in London for shopping. You will find all the stores either along Oxford Street (mostly high street brands) or intersecting Regent Street (mostly premium & luxury brands). ”
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