22 York Street
Time Out says
Posted: Tue Nov 30 1999
Bohemian French chic – white furniture, palest pink lime-washed walls, mellow wooden floors, subtly faded textiles and arresting objets d’époque – makes this delightfully unpretentious bed and breakfast in the heart of Marylebone a sight to behold. It doesn’t announce itself from the outside, so you feel as if you’ve been invited to stay in someone’s arty home, especially when you’re drinking good coffee at the gorgeous curved table that dominates the breakfast room-cum-kitchen.
Guests are also given free rein with the hot beverages in a lounge full of knick-knacks upstairs, while a cluttered smaller room downstairs has an internet station for those without wireless. All rooms are a decent size and have en suite baths, a rarity at this price and in this part of town, but some are rather eccentrically arranged.