Throughout the year I usually head up to London as much as I can. There are always new places popping up and I have a forever growing list of places to visit each time. I honestly love the city so much and it feels like home the minute I step off the train. I wanted to share my Instagram guide to London of the places you see all over the web that look so beautiful and shouldn’t be missed!
Peggy Porschen > My most recent visit to London included a stop off here and oh my it is SO beautiful. I thought it would have been impossible to get a seat outside but it was actually empty when we arrived! The cakes, coffees and biscuits are so beautifully displayed whilst still tasting delicious. I would visit everyday if I could.
Farm Girl Cafe > Every time I visit Notting Hill I cant help but pop by Farm Girl, I am yet to actually go in as the queue is always crazy but that’s a good sign right?! The menu is inspired by Australian coffee culture with a mix of healthy treats and delicious brunches. The pink tables outside and the rose lattes are totally Instagram friendly!
Oakley Street, Chelsea > I stumbled across this street by mistake whilst wandering around Chelsea. The whole borough is absolutely beautiful but if you’re looking for that pink love door then take a stroll down here!
Liberty ‘Wild at Heart’ Flower Shop > Probably one of the most Instagrammed flower displays in London or maybe even the world. You simply cannot pass Liberty without taking a picture of the most beautiful flowers outside the entrance on Great Marlborough Street.
Sketch > If you’re loving the blush pink trend and you love afternoon tea then you need to head to Sketch. Just off of Regent Street the pink velvet chairs are enough to give anyone some serious interior envy! Sketch is definitely more of a special occasion treat than a quick afternoon coffee.
The Biscuiteers, Notting Hill > I discovered this little biscuit shop through my mum. Not only is it beautiful from the outside but everything inside is equally as cute! The biscuits are iced to perfection and are so addictive, perfect for presents or treating someone you love.
Kensington > I could honestly spend a day just walking the streets of Kensington and Chelsea stopping at every cute little coffee shop along the way. The rows of huge white houses, multicoloured doors and beautiful mews are enough to make anyone want to stay. My camera roll is always filled up after a couple of hours here!
Holland Park > One of my most recent loves in London is Holland Park. Whenever we stay in Kensington we always pay a visit or two here. Situated just off of the high street and behind the most beautiful rows of houses is the most peaceful and well kept park. It is filled with stunning gardens, a mini waterfall and the walk here is just dreamy.
What would be on your Instagram guide to London?