St. Luke’s Mews, W11
Queen’s Gate Mews
A discovery I made one day, early in my residence as I walked around enjoying the little daylight there was. I’d made a stop at the V&A, one of my favorite museums, in an effort to get out of the house, and in my wonderings stumbled across Queen’s Gate Mews! Pretty in every way, it was the discovery of this mews that urged me to discover what mews even were, and where there were more!
Kynance Mews, SW7
No doubt you spotted Kynance Mews this past Fall, when the ivy was turning a delightful shade of red and it began popping up on your Instagram feeds! Kynance Mews has been on my radar since I took some outfit photos there last spring (remember this babe?) Wisteria in the spring and gorgeous ivy changing colors in the fall, it’s just a beauty to behold no matter the time of year!
Ennismore Garden Mews, SW7
Discovered on a stroll after visiting the V&A, I had some time to kill before work and went for a wander. Can you tell that I do that a lot? I love to wander and if I find a place that’s photo-worthy or I want to visit again, I star it on my Google Maps. Ah, the life of a blogger. Tucked away behind a church and a stones throw from busy Brompton Road, this little slice of pastel heaven is the perfect spot for an outfit snap or a quiet moment. You won’t regret taking a stroll down these cobbled streets!
Sussex Mews West/Bathurst Mews, W2
I’ve added these together because they’re right next door to each other and it would be silly to visit one without the other! A newer discovery thanks to the many London themed accounts that I follow on Instagram! I decided to go for a wander through an area of London I’d not been to very much, specifically to find these beauties, and I’m glad I did! Sussex Mews West, though small, is absolutely adorable, and Bathurst Mews, while much bigger, is just as precious. Typically, when I went to take a picture, there was a fair bit of construction happening (typical) but it was still lovely to walk down. I even spotted a horse or two, since Bathurst Mews is home to not one but two stables, just like the good old days!
Hyde Park Mews, W2
Yet another Instagram find that I forgot about until I was walking down the cobbled street! There are so many mews in this area that I kept stumbling on more and more. There were a few I found that were absolutely stunning, and Hyde Park Mews was definitely one of them. The proof is in the pudding! I often think of mews as tiny little streets with pastel houses, and can you blame me? So many of the best ones are, but Hyde Park Mews, while featuring no pastel houses strictly speaking, is just as charming and lovely. I suspect I’ll be saving this one for many an outfit post!
There you have it! To be completely honest, I could have made this list about 20 or 30 mews long, but would you stick around for all that? There are so many gorgeous mews all around the city and I bet if you get exploring, you’ll find lots of them! I’ve found so many just through exploring. Not all those who wander are lost, as they say, and if mews are to be found, well then, I’ll wander away!