Notting Hill arguably became a household name after the 1999 film of the same name. However, there is much more to say about this extraordinarily beautiful and much-loved area.

This affluent district of West London lies within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Having an Afternoon Tea in Notting Hill is a particularly popular pastime.

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Historically, Notting Hill was once part of Middlesex. It remained rural until London’s westward expansion reached Baywater in the early 1800s. Decades later, after becoming a city suburb, the area attracted many artists.

Indeed, the famous English novelist George Orwell once resided here. During the Second World War, Notting Hill suffered from Luftwaffe attacks. It has since recovered and now boasts many landmarks well suited to a nice day out.

On your next visit, consider wandering down Portobello Road while browsing numerous vintage stalls. Even the most reluctant of shoppers are bound to have fun here.

Alternatively, take a trip down memory lane at the Museum of Brands. Just be sure to find time to venture into an Afternoon Tea Notting Hill establishment for a bite to eat!