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Baker Street is probably most famous due to its connections to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s wily detective Sherlock Holmes. Located within the borough of Westminster it is within close reach of a number of the city’s most popular attractions as well as having a selection of shops, restaurants, and bars in the immediate vicinity.
Baker Street Underground Station, one of London’s oldest surviving Underground Stations, is situated on the Metropolitan, Circle, Jubilee, Bakerloo, and Hammersmith & City Lines. These provide services to virtually every area of London. The station features more platforms than any other underground station and this reflects the fantastic transport links it provides. Due to this, the station is very busy and if visiting the area it is important to book a parking space near Baker Street Tube station in advance of arrival.
Naturally, the Sherlock Holmes museum is just around the corner from the station and is always popular with tourists and families. Madame Tussauds is also located within a short walking distance and Regent’s Park and London Zoo are very close to Baker Street Tube Station. It is also just a short journey to Hyde Park and the Museum’s Quarter in South Kensington.
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Finding it: As other reviewers have mentioned, it was slightly tricky to find but thankfully the street is not very busy and you can slow down to try to find it. The pictures are quite accurate and that was helpful. Size of parking: I have a four door Renault. The parking is tight but if you don't have a huge car, there is space to park and open your door. Location: Excellent. Close to Paddington and Marylebone. Downside: Bit dark for my liking as a woman. That said, they do have someone walking around which made it feel a spot safer. Recommend: Yes, great price and great location.Jennefer
Nice and easy all round in terms of booking, access, price and location. Spaces are a little tight. Overwhelming stench of urine throughout, didnt need lift so not sure if operational. Would use again for sure.Parpinder
Used it for a Chelsea night game as an away fan. Handy for Edgware Road to Fulham Broadway. Arrived early and left slightly late all without a hitch.Mike
I used the car park during the weekend. There were plenty of free spaces and I was able to park my car as best I could. I had read previous reviews about difficulties in leaving the car park at the end of the period due to the bar-code reading. I was concerned as, in my case, I had to leave early in the morning. The staff on site were extremely useful and efficient in explaining the solution. There is the possibility of ringing the bell, stating the registration number and getting the go-ahead to leave. Everything worked perfectly. The only dissatisfaction was that it was impossible to get the car in and out of the car park flexibly during the booked period.Giovanni
all good thxGary
I was looking for Bryanston Pl Car Park and at first thought that Sherwood Court was a separate Car Park. If rather than having 'Parking on Bryanston Place' you had Sherwood Court Car Park, Bryanston Place I wouldn't have been confused. No other problem, worked well for our visit to the Swedish Embassy.Keith
Good spot to park in, decent price for the location. Bit difficult to get out of as all the bays are angled and if the car park is full then you are having to reverse out the whole way as you can reverse park either.Usman
We used this car park very regularly when my wife was pregnant to visit UCLH hospital which is a 5 minute walk away. It’s a very secure car park and the attendants are great. The spaces are tight but we had no issue getting our 4 or 5 series cars in. We have since parked here for days out in the city because it’s a 10 minute walk to Oxford Circus/Regent Street.Usman
Very easy to find. Unlike on the instructions, you do not get issued a ticket from the machine but as you near the barrier on entry and exit it recognises your number plate and automatically opens.Amanda
Excellent! Great, spacious, central location and reasonable fees, particularly if booked ahead. Will use again.Jane