I’ve been out and about exploring beautiful Belgravia, London SW1. I can jump on the C10 bus and zoom down to Victoria Coach Station, and I’m in super chic Belgravia. My favourite things in Belgravia include sauntering along Elizabeth Street, where I can treat myself to cupcakes at Peggy Porschen. Another is hanging out at Eccleston Yards for alfresco dining and a spot of wellness pampering. If I want to buy something lavish for my apartment, I can browse the luxury interior stores along Pimlico Road. Motcomb Street is another excellent place to visit, where you can find the Errol Douglas Salon and Ottolenghi. Belgravia is a compact area, but it’s packed with lots of lovely luxe things to do. If you want to go shopping in SW1, find the best restaurants in Belgravia or explore the area, you’ll enjoy reading my feature.
Belgravia London SW1 Highlights
Elizabeth Street is super cute, and the most charming place is the pink Peggy Porschen cake shop, where you can partake in afternoon tea or buy a cupcake. Try TomTom Coffee House or Baker and Spice if you fancy coffee and breakfast. Buy a glam hat from Philip Treacy or a new outfit and shoes from one of the boutiques. With jewellery and homeware stores, you’ll enjoy having a spending spree. To find out more, read my Ten Reasons to Visit Elizabeth Street article.
Eccleston Yards is an excellent hangout spot centred around a courtyard. It was previously a power station and car park, which has been refurbished into a social hub. You’ll find a few eateries here, including Wild by Tart, which I can highly recommend, along with the Jones Family Kitchen (steak), Morena (Latin street food), Atis (healthy bowls) and Ole and Steen (Danish bakery). There are also a few shops, including a tailor. Wellness, beauty and experience companies include Smuk (hair, make-up and nails), Hotpod Yoga (yoga in a hot pod), Barry’s (fitness), LondonCryo (cold temperature treatments), Re:Mind (mindfulness, meditation and more), MasterPeace (mindfulness and painting) and Studio Pottery (pottery classes). To find out more, read my Explore Eccleston Yards Belgravia London SW1 article.
Pimlico Road is full of luxurious interior shops selling antique and designer furniture, lighting, home accessories, decorative objects and art. Shops include Carl Hansen and Son, Linley, Gordon Watson, Hawkers Antiques and Howe. If you fancy a coffee and a bite to eat, stop off at Daylesford. If you fancy something a little more substantial, you’ll have your choice of food and drink from the great pubs in Belgravia (sponsored link), such as The Thomas Cubitt.
Motcomb Street is close to Knightsbridge Station and a short walk from Harvey Nichols. The cobbled streets mean that this road is relaxed and somewhere you can escape from the crowds. There are a few places to check out here, including the Errol Douglas hair salon, Ottolenghi for deli delights and Rococo Chocolates for sweet treats.
Belgravia London SW1 Information
If you want to explore Elizabeth Street and Eccleston Yards, they are near Victoria Coach Station. Pimlico Road is a short walk away, or you can travel to Sloane Street Station. Motcomb Street is close to Knightsbridge. Everything is within walking distance so that you can get around on foot. Belgravia is known for its squares and private gardens, such as Eaton Square Gardens. You’ll also discover cobbled mew streets with adorable houses. Many international embassies and five-star hotels are in Belgravia. Stucco architecture dominates with buildings painted white. It’s an upmarket part of London and a pretty place to explore on a sunny day. For more information, go to the Belgravia London Website.
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