Of all the many facets of Marylebone’s appeal, its accessibility is one of the most compelling. London is one of the world’s best connected cities, and the Howard de Walden Estate sits right at its heart—within easy reach of several airports, the St Pancras Eurostar terminal, numerous mainline and underground stations and the city’s vast public transport network. The City of London and Canary Wharf are a short tube ride away. Whatever your method of travel, there are few places in the UK—or indeed the world—that are quite so easy to get to.
Marylebone is less than 1km from five London Underground stations:
—Regent’s Park (Bakerloo)
—Great Portland Street (Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City)
—Oxford Circus (Victoria, Central)
—Baker Street (Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City, Bakerloo)
—Bond Street (Central, Jubilee)
Marylebone is less than 2.5km from eight mainline stations:
—St Pancras International (Eurostar)
—Paddington (Heathrow Express)
—Bond Street (Crossrail 2018)
—Victoria (Gatwick Express)
Buses stop on Marylebone Road, Portland Place, Oxford Street and Baker Street
Barclays Cycle Hire bikes are available on Beaumont Street, New Cavendish Street, George Street, Paddington Street and Portland Place
Marylebone is well served by black taxis, 24 hours a day. Marylebone High Street in particular offers a regular flow of taxis
The whole of the Howard de Walden Estate sits within one of Westminster Council’s controlled parking zones. Residents are able to apply for parking permits which enable them to park in designated spaces. There is metred parking on many of the Estate’s streets, with prices set at either £4 or £4.40 per hour.
Parking is also available at a number of privately-run car parks, including Q Park off Moxon Street and the NCP car parks on Portland Place and Welbeck Street.