NOTTING HILL’S BEST MEWS: A GUIDE

YOU’VE PROBABLY SEEN them online or on Instagram: charming

flower covered homes in adorable mews, sometimes pastel shades, otherwise bright and differently designed.

Most of the time, bloggers and photographers keep the exact location of these elusive mews a guarded secret, but today we’re spilling the beans on where you can find these precious little gems in Notting Hill, the land of all things quirky and unique.

Having spent hours of time researching possible mews locations, we set off in search of them. My mom and I had met up with Elizabeth, a dear friend of mine, who shares our love of cute mews (and good food!) :)) We began our hours long trek (yes really) with a brunch at Farm Girl (complete with a whole lot of avo), before the three of us set off in search of the mews.

Turning right halfway down Portabello Road, we were taken into a secluded street, one which led to another street, and another… until finally we arrived at our first jackpot: St Lukes Mews. We spent the rest of the day exploring (and photographing) the many other wonderful mews and streets we found dotted around Notting Hill, and you can find the full list by browsing through our gallery below 🙂 Happy exploring!

St Lukes Mews; Outfit deets: Bag- Chanel (find a bargain of it here), Blue Blouse- Alice Temperley, Trainers: Adidas, Skirt- tailored.

Farm Street. Outfit deets: Jeans, trainers and hat- all Zara, Coral blouse by Alice Temperley

Colville Mews

Horbury Mews

Portabello Road

Farm Girl

Farm Street

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