44 Pubs and Bars found in or around Marylebone (London Underground, Train Station)

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Windsor Castle

This is certainly one of the oddest pubs you'll ever drink in and it's a real treat. Once inside, you encounter an Aladdin's cave of royal/celebrity photos (including a shrine to George Best), glass cabinets and generally...

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0.28mi
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Harcourt Arms

The Harcourt Arms belongs to a nexus of great pubs in the Marylebone Baker Street area, and has pretty much everything you could ask for in such a place. It's very welcoming, clean and well maintained, serves a decent selection...

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0.19mi
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Thornbury Castle

The Thornbury Castle is a good standard local pub in an area which isn't short of boozers, regardless of their quality. We visited here as it was convenient for Marylebone station, but it very nearly caused us to miss our train...

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0.10mi
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The Hobgoblin

As the Wychwood Brewery is now owned by Marstons, we were concerned that it may have an effect on pubs like this, at least as far as the beer is concerned - we worried in vain. Nothing's really changed, and you can still get...

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0.11mi
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The Temperance

A return to a more traditional name a while back seems to have heralded a return to form for this pub, for that is what it is - a pub that just happens to provide reasonably-priced, good food. Two ales on the bar alongside a...

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The Perseverance

If you can resist the urge to head towards Regent's Park or the High Street upon leaving Marylebone, the back streets provide a few decent options within a couple of minutes walk. One of these is the Perseverance, tucked away...

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The Beehive

Marylebone is home to some of the friendliest pubs in London and this little bar is a prime example. Perhaps conversation is induced by the small interior - it's hard to avoid speaking to your fellow drinkers and the staff when...

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0.21mi
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Windsor Castle

Located on the edge of Regent's Park, the Windsor Castle's carved a niche for itself around here. Leaning toward the gastro end of things, the prices for food and the beer reflect that accordingly. They do have a nice, and...

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0.26mi
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Volunteer

Just a few doors down from 221b, you'd expect The Volunteer to be a pub in honour of Conan Doyle's detective. It's not (you have to go to <a href="http://fancyapint.com/pubs/pub687.html"...

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0.27mi
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Duke of Wellington

The Duke of Wellington is another pub in the confluence of Marylebone that made the move more upmarket in recent(ish) times. Having removed the quirky, ramshackle decor of a few years back, this is almost a restaurant...

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