Ten Mews to Explore this Month

London is a city known for its rich history, culture, and architecture. One of the most iconic features of the city are its mews, which are small streets or alleys that were originally used to house horses and carriages. Today, many of these mews have been convertyed into charming residential areas, and they are a popular destination for visitors to the city.

Here are ten mews worth visiting:

Henniker Mews

Located in the heart of Chelsea, this mews is home to a number of charming houses, the birthplace of Aston Martin and is a popular spot for photography.

St. Luke’s Mews

This mews is located in Notting Hill and is known for its colourful houses and peaceful atmosphere. The movie, Love Actually filmed it’s famous cue card scene on this mews.

Ennismore Mews

This mews is located in fashionable Knightsbridge and is home to a number of high-end shops and restaurants. The blooming mews won Lurot Brand’s Mews in Bloom gardening competition in 2022.

Hays Mews

This mews is located in the exclusive neighbourhood of Mayfair and is known for its elegant houses and prime central location.

Johns Mews

This mews is located in the heart of the Bloomsbury conservation area, known for its trendy restaurants and bars.

Kynance Mews

London’s most famous mews is located in South Kensington and is known for its leaf covered arches picturesque houses and cobblestone street.

Albert Terrace Mews

This mews is located in the highly desirable neighbourhood of Primrose Hill and is known for its peaceful atmosphere as well as once being the home of celebrities such as Kate Moss, Jude Law and many others.

Coleherne Mews

This mews is located in Chelsea and is known for being cobbled, and having elegant houses which feature roof terraces.

Holland Park Mews

This tranquil, cobbled mews is tucked away behind the busy Holland Park and offers a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Bathurst Mews

Is Paddington’s greenest mews and is known for its potted olive trees, working stables and peaceful atmosphere.

These mews are perfect for those looking to explore London’s history and culture, as well as for those who simply want to take a stroll and enjoy the city’s beautiful architecture. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, these mews are sure to provide a unique and memorable experience.

Written by Ugne Krymcevaite