Are you looking to visit one of London’s most Instagrammable cafés? With a vision to make every moment beautiful and awe-worthy, Saint Aymes has quickly become known as perhaps the prettiest café in London. Saint Aymes has coordinated its beautiful décor with its menu, creating a wonderful world of pinks, purples and pastels. Here you can enjoy a wide variety of sweet and savoury treats, as well as signature drinks each decorated with 24ct of edible gold. This is the place not to miss out on!
Tucked away on an almost secret side street you’ll find the picturesque and beautifully cobbled Bathurst Mews – the only mews in London still operating as working stables. Hidden by overhanging plants and a little walk away from the main road, this hidden gem is well worth a peek! Lined with flowers and houses painted in vibrant colours, Bathurst Mews is the perfect spot to capture your new profile picture. Simply grab your camera and strike a pose along the street for that perfect Insta shot – you may even be lucky enough to snap and stroke a horse!
Come rain or shine, PM Flowers is a joy to discover. Lined with an abundance of beautiful, sweet-smelling flower bouquets, this spot is wonderful to capture on camera. PM Flowers is a family run business that specialises in hand-tied bouquets and exquisite premium plants. While you’re there, why not support local business and treat yourself to a bouquet of flowers to brighten up your home?
Our Tree of Love, Joy and Hope is undoubtedly a unique Insta-worthy destination. Bright lights are fashioned into dazzling pink and red hearts, adorning the tree at the junction of Connaught Street and Kendal Street – along a popular walking route for those heading towards Hyde Park. Created by lighting designer Shiu-Kay Kan, the lighting display is full of art and creativity. This is a work of art that you won’t want to miss. Beautiful during the day, but spectacular at night – whatever time you visit, just don’t forget your camera!
Last but by no means least is the Duke of Kendal – a well-known spot to stop and wind down in Connaught Village. This charming corner pub is the perfect place to perch and pose at the bar with a drink in hand or enjoy some classic British fare in the handsome dining area. Duke of Kendal is an ideal spot to soak up the sun whilst admiring it’s beautiful Georgian architecture after a long day in Connaught Village.
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