Ennismore Gardens and Mews, London

Ennismore Gardens and Mews, London

Behind the Holy Trinity Church sits Ennismore Gardens Mews. This quaint, cobbled street is a favorite among those who want to photograph an iconic London scene. The 43 residential properties feature Victorian architecture with wrought-iron terraces and arched windows and door frames.

Thanks to the picturesque nature of the facade, Ennismore Garden Mews has been featured in film and television as wellas commercials and photo shoots. Alfred Hitchcock used #31 as the home of Barbara Leigh-Hunt's character, 'Brenda Blaney', in the 1972 film Frenzy. The 1987 VW Golf TV advertisement directed by David Bailey featured Paula Hamilton leaving #23.

Ennismore Garden Mews has not only been used for photographing an iconic London scene, they have also served as homes to some of the most iconic British actors. Sir Michael Caine, Sir Alec Guinness and Terrence Stamp have all called this street their home.

Ennismore Gardens is a much larger space than the cobbled street of Ennismore Garden Mews. The garden itself is a lush, green space that is surrounded by luxury residences that have been occupied by aristocrats, statesmen and actors.

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Sight Name: Ennismore Gardens and Mews
Sight Location: London, England (See walking tours in London)
Sight Type: Attraction/Landmark
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