Marylebone, London – Although Marylebone is renown to many there are still a large number of people that aren't familiar with this enchanting city village. For those who want to know what's so special about this West London village, the local area's digital marketing consultancy company has given it an online presence, www.marylebone-london.co.uk, that provides up to date information and reviews about businesses and happenings in the area. But, Marylebone is more than just the city's village, it has a history and a life of its own.
The village is home to the only London terminal train station that used diesel, and is one of the original board game, Monopoly's four stations. It was opened in 1899. This isn't the only history though, it also has connection with the Lords Cricket Ground. The ground for “home of Cricket” was in Marylebone but has since been located near St. Johns Wood.
This village is an entity of its own with its balcony lined Georgian homes, friendly atmosphere, and amazing festivities, businesses, and streets. Its infamous streets like Harley Street, known for the large number of medical practices and facilities derived its name from the Harley family estate. High Street known for the best shopping experiences for all ages also holds their street fair and weekly farmer's market.
Marylebone has been mentioned in the Doomsday Book, referred to as the Manor of Tyburn. It's also where the infamous fictional character Sherlock Holmes lived, and has been the home of famous people such as Jimi Hendrix, Charles Dickens, Madonna, Yoko and John Lennon, as well as, Ringo and Paul.
This village wasn't always known as Marylebone, it was first known as “St. Mary at Bourne”, named after the areas church St. Mary's which is located near a stream or Bourne. It wasn't always part of the city either, as it grew and the city grew, they joined and the name was changed to Marylebone.
In the center of Regents Park, Buckingham Palace, and Mayfair, it has become a place to relax, enjoy, be entertained, and shop. You can find out about the many shops, restaurants, cookeries, and places to stay to enjoy all the interesting festivities of Marylebone, by visiting www.marylebone-london.co.uk.
Marylebone's online presence got its start from Alex Price, a resident of the village and director of 93digital, in April 2013. The editor's direction of the site is to inform individuals about the area specifically and is why it's written by the locals only, who either work or live in Marylebone who are passionate about the area.
Special offers from local businesses, interesting news, and reviews can be found on this website. It's a complete guide for those who are interested in visiting Marylebone. You'll find it chocked full of information about the village within the city limits of London. It also has a business guide so you can see for yourself the region's great shops, boutiques, pubs, and restaurants.