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Neal's Yard, London

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4.2/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web
Colorful and whimsical, Neal's Yard serves as a secret garden of sorts--it offers a small, hidden alley lined with quaint cafes and boutique shops. Connecting Shorts Gardens and Monmouth Street, the passage can be accessed at just two points, which are both fairly unassuming, giving tourists little hint of the hidden gem beyond. Those interested in natural and alternative remedies will appreciate the number of health food cafes and niche shops along the passage. To visit Neal's Yard and get the most from your holiday in London, create itinerary details personal to you using our London tourist route planner.
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  • It's worth it. is a very nice and relaxing walking from Covent garden. is full of places to stop and be enveloped by this colourful square
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  • We stumbled upon this area with the well known name. It's full of restaurants and other eating places and has quite a nice ambience. Visit if you're in the immediate area but I wouldn't bother activel...  read more »
  • There you will pass by chance, if you want to see this charming part you have to search for it. Continue from covent garden to neal street and from the crossroads of monmouth street (peratro quite nice), take a couple of turns and you will find yourself in a hidden nook is really fascinating in London. Do it, highly recommended
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  • I like the diverse and interesting staff in the store. The products are pricey but the quality is good - pleasant smell and nice textures.
  • I have heard of this brand and have always been interested in their fares, and with the o2 priority moments app offering a free hand cream I gladly came here to have a browse. The place itself is reachable through an alleyway, you will inevitably see "Neal's Yard Dairy" first and get superconfused because it sells cheese. The lady in the shop was really nice and directly me to the alleyway just outside the shop. Once you go in through the alleyway you see a nice courtyard with people sipping tea and the shop itself. I quite like the atmosphere of the shop. You can pour yourself a cup of tea, they sell tea here and it's all along the shelf behind the counter! Also had a browse around the place with the creams and gift sets and it was really interesting, will need to come back another time and give the products a try. The staff were quite nice, there was a long queue of people buying stuff and they were happy to give me my freebie hand cream when I showed them my o2 priority moments app. A few people were in store doing the same thing as me. The cream was a good size and it was sealed. Amazing for a freebie! I have good vibes of this place. Just need to try their products and then up or down the stars based on that!
  • Store in a hippie courtyard surrounded by restaurants and other establishments with charm. It offers natural and organic products.
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