A day in Primrose Hill

Primrose Hill, view from the Hill, London

Discovering Primrose Hill is walking in one of the most charming, quietest but expensive district of the Camden’s borough. Not surprising when we know it was a royal hunting ground for Henri VIII and it has remained closed to the public until the XVIIIth. The view of London from Primrose Hill is in itself a reason to go down at Chalk farm. Theses adorable colored houses (Chalcot Square), the calm streets and converted mews, the lively Regent’s Park Road will charm you with no doubt. For a brunch or a lunch, choose the healthy but tasty Greenberry. For a traditional tea paired with a home-made cupcake, make a visit to primrose Bakery. At last, for a luxury beauty moment, let Cowshed pamper you.

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