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Berkeley Square

This famous square was once the home of Oscar Wilde, the home of Robert Clive, and the birthplace of Winston Churchill.

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Savile Row
Home of Bespoke men's tailoring in London, where the elite come from around the world to have their suits custom fitted and designed.
Stowers London. 13 Savile Row
Bespoke men's tailor working with the highest quality materials to create the best quality products for customers. Run by the talented and charming Ray Stowers.
Flemings Mayfair Hotel
Located on Half Moon Street - where Agatha Christie set At Bertram’s Hotel - a tale of deceptive appearances and drastic measures made to maintain social standing.
Chesterfield Street
At no. 8 lived Francis Douglas, Viscount Drumlanig, elder brother of Oscar Wilde’s lover Alfred and was rumoured to have been in a relationship with the prime minister.
Hill Street
This street is the setting of several literary homes; from Thackeray's Vanity Fair, the home of Lord and Lady Metroland in Vile Bodies, and of Admiral Crawford in Austen’s Mansfield Park.
Portrait of a Young Man Cocktail
At the end of your tour, Indulge in this Oscar Wilde inspired cocktail at Manetta's Bar.

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