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16 Reasons To Visit Primrose Hill

On the north side of Regent’s Park lies Primrose Hill, an idyllic neighbourhood boasting iconic views over London. It also happens to be a celebrity hotspot, no thanks to the infamous ‘Primrose Hill Set’ (that’s Kate Moss, Jude Law, Sadie Frost, Ewan McGregor, Sienna Miller to name a few). SL have selected 16 reasons to visit the leafy location, from boutiques to bakeries, bookstores to barista coffee bars, gastro-pubs and fine-dining restaurants. So get on board with the Primrose Hill hype and explore the area, ASAP. Bonus points for a celeb spot or two.

 

Anna Boutique

For international fashion labels, easy-to-wear pieces and eclectic designs look no further than Anna Boutique. Spread over two floors, the boutique is part of a small chain, debuting new designers and offering personal styling on request. Rumour has it Kate Moss is a regular.

Visit ShopAtAnna.com   

 

Chloe Espresso 

Found at the bottom of Primrose Hill Bridge, this tiny outdoor cafe serves up strong coffee at a reasonable price, with a secret garden space for summer sunning. Home to Dolly, a little Westie pup, the quirky coffee bar offers a range of delicious delights including perfected homemade cakes.

Visit ChloesEspressoBar.com 

 

 

Cowshed Spa

In the heart of Primrose Hill lays the luxe Soho House Group’s Cowshed Spa. Open seven days a week; spoil yourself with one (or two) of the many treatments available with seven tranquil treatment rooms and six bespoke spa chairs for relaxing manis and pedis. Or pop by the intimate farmhouse kitchen for an indulgent sweet treat and much needed glass of bubbly.

Visit CowShedOnline.com/Primrosehill  
 

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