self storage near Marylebone

Self storage near Marylebone in London is cumbersome and expensive storage option. Pick & Move storage is the hassle free collection from your doorstep without lifting a finger, we do all the hard work loading and unloading, we collect store and return on demand for home and business in Marylebone.

 

Self storage cost near Marylbone

Knowing the right storage option will save you small fortune, storage rate in Marylebone is over the top, expensive and time consuming. Pick&Move storage solution offer the most flexible, convenient and affordable in the market to date, secure, 24/7 CCTV, clean and dry without moisture or humidity.

Competitors storage cost in Marylebone based on 50 SQF – £78 p/w and £338 Per Month Insurance to pay and cost of transporting your goods to Marylebone storage facilities.

Pick&Move storage cost based on 50 SQF- £39 p/w and £169 per month  half the storage rate of Marylebone self storage in addition 20% discount for prepayment  + Collection and Insurance lowering our cost even further unbeatable value for money.

 

Storage units near Marylebone vs Mobile Storage.

Pick & Move Mobile Storage is so much easier than traditional Self Storage
because we bring the storage right to your door, collect it, store it and re-deliver it when ready. Now THAT’s EASY!

Prices from just £9.95 p/w

  • Less than half the cost of self storage
  • Hassle free we collect and return
  • Prepayment discount up to 20% off
  • On demand delivery
  • Clean, dry and secure storage

 

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ABOUT MARYLEBONE

A village in the heart of central London

Marylebone Village is, as the name suggests, a village in the middle of a major city. Of all the many facets of its appeal, its location is one of the most compelling: London is one of the world’s most modern, prosperous and well-connected cities, and Marylebone sits right at its heart. There are few places in the UK—or indeed the world—that are quite so accessible.

But despite being so central, just minutes from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street, Marylebone Village sits within an oasis of relative tranquillity. Carefully nurtured by the Howard de Walden Estate, it is an attractive and welcoming neighbourhood, offering residents, workers and visitors a quality of life unrivalled in most major cities.

Blessed with beautiful Georgian architecture, including buildings designed by the Adam brothers and John Nash, the Estate sits on a simple grid of wide, attractive streets. The area around Marylebone High Street is one of London’s most acclaimed retail districts, largely populated by small, independent shops. With a Waitrose supermarket, a weekly farmers’ market and a host of specialist food retailers, together with other essential shops such as newsagents and chemists, residential tenants are extremely well served, while the area’s growing reputation for fashion, art and health and beauty draws shoppers from far afield.

The Estate’s restaurants range from friendly neighbourhood cafes to high end, Michelin-starred establishments, representing a vast array of different cuisines and prices. The hotel options are similarly diverse, with small, independent guest houses, attractive boutique hotels, apartment hotels and famous five-star institutions such as the Langham and the Landmark.

There are plenty of opportunities for fresh air and exercise. Regent’s Park, with its gardens, sports facilities and wide expanses of unspoiled greenery, is just moments away, while Paddington Street Gardens, just behind the high street, offers a similarly pleasant place to unwind in the sunshine. The Estate hosts a large, state of the art gym, The Third Space, as well as several boutique fitness centres. With Harley Street an integral part of the Estate, options for world class medical care and dentistry abound.

The area is blessed with plenty of cultural distractions—from the chamber music of Wigmore Hall to the art of the Wallace Collection. Both for the professionals based in the area and their visiting clients, the Estate has everything needed to make spending time here is as pleasant and stress free as possible.