All journey times are approximate and subject to variation.
London is at the heart of England’s artisan industry. From the historic tailors of Savile Row to the contemporary craftspeople bringing traditional designs into the 21st century, the capital is a melting pot of creative talents. For handmade handicrafts, bespoke attire and authentic British produce, London is the place to go. Discover our pick of the best, including some Royal Warrant holders, with this two-day itinerary.
Then, take a 10-minute walk to Henry Poole & Co.
Henry Poole & Co
From Savile Row, walk for five minutes to Budd Shirtmakers in Piccadilly Arcade.
Next, it’s a two-minute walk to John Lobb.
John Lobb Ltd
The final boutique of the day is just a two-minute walk away.
Rachel Trevor-Morgan Millinery
To return to the hotel, it’s a 10-minute drive or a leisurely 20-minute walk.
Caravan King’s Cross
Next, take a 25-minute drive to Ming.
It’s a 20-minute drive to the next destination.
Then, take a 25-minute drive to David Mellor.
The final location is a five-minute walk from David Mellor.
The hotel is just a short 10-minute drive from Linley.