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Maida Vale Escort Guide

Maida Vale is a residential district in West London between St John's Wood and Kilburn. It is part of the City of Westminster. The area is mostly residential, and mainly affluent, consisting of many large late-Victorian and Edwardian blocks of mansion flats. The Maida Vale area is usually regarded as being bounded by Maida Avenue and the Regent's Canal in the South, Maida Vale road to the north-east, Kilburn Park Road to the north-west, and Shirland Road and Blomfield Road to the south-west. The southern part of Maida Vale around Paddington Basin, a junction of two canals with many houseboats, is known as Little Venice. The area to the south-west of Maida Vale, at the southern end of Elgin Avenue, was historically known as "Maida Hill", and was a recognised postal district bounded by the Avenues on the west, the Grand Union Canal on the south, Maida Vale to the east and Kilburn Lane to the north.

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Tucked away in the nooks and crannies of Maida Vale’s winding streets, its pubs and restaurants are some of London’s best-kept secrets. The outdoor terrace at The Waterway overlooks the Grand Union Canal and is the perfect summer spot for enjoying a jug of Pimm’s while watching the canal boats go by. Several of Maida Vale’s establishments have a rich history dating back to the 19th century. Both The Prince Alfred and Warwick Castle have been serving locals since the 1860s and show no signs of stopping any time soon. For great pizza and pasta The Red Pepper, or for something different try award-winning Persian restaurant Kateh, set in a beautiful street off Warwick Avenue. 

Maida Vale may only be a short Tube journey from the West End, but there’s enough going on in this trendy pocket of London that locals don’t need to venture far. The Canal Cafe Theatre puts on a wide variety of performances. Throughout summer Jason’s Trip runs boat trips along Regent’s Canal to Camden Town on a 108 year old canal boat. For kids, try the Puppet Theatre Barge, which puts on a summer programme. 

Local amenitiesMaida Vale locals have access to branches of Tesco Express, but are more likely to be found stocking up on organic produce from the area’s many specialist food shops. Look out for the golden sheep that hangs outside the Sheepdrove Organic Farm butchers on Clifton Road, where locals go for the excellent range of meat and poultry. Housed in a lovely period shop with working fireplace, The Winery is one of London’s best independent wine merchants. Health-conscious residents make use of Maida Vale’s gyms and exercise studios.

Bannatyne Health Club is a popular choice for its airy cafe, sauna, steam room and heated swimming pool, while the Training House Gym places a focus on personal, one on one training. For relaxation, the Treat & Revive Spa is handily located within the Bannatyne Health Club, or go to Wanderlust Nail Lounge for a touch of luxury.

Relax at the Maida Vale Everyman Cinema, where staff will serve drinks and snacks to your comfy sofa seat.The award-winning Clifton Nurseries was created in 1851 and has grown into one of London’s best garden nurseries, supplying locals with all sorts of garden accessories. To brighten up your home, head to Absolute Flowers & Home for its exotic blooms and eye-catching bouquets. 

How to get to Maida Vale

Tube: Maida Vale and Warwick Avenue Tube stations are in Zone 2 on the Bakerloo Line. It takes a few minutes to reach Paddington, just over ten minutes to get to Oxford Circus and 16 minutes to get to Waterloo.

Rail: The Bakerloo Line provides quick access to two busy national rail stations. Paddington and Marylebone are just two and four stops away respectively, making train travel out of London very easy.

Bus: Local buses include the 6 (to Willesden), 16 (to Victoria), 46 (to St Bartholomew’s Hospital), 98 (to Holborn), 187 (to Finchley Road), 332 (to Paddington) and 414 (to Putney Bridge). The number 6 runs a 24 hour service, and there are two night buses, the N16 and the N98, to Victoria and Stanmore.

Road: A straight journey up Kilburn High Road and Edgware Road lead Maida Vale locals to the M1 in just 15 minutes. It’s also only a five minute drive to the Westway, providing access to the A40 and M25. 

Cycle: The area’s proximity to Regent’s Park affords plenty of opportunities for family bike rides, and it’s only a half hour’s picturesque cycle alongside the canal to reach Angel.

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