Our top five spots for a Gourmet Picnic in London

Our top five spots for a Gourmet Picnic in London

One of our favourite ways to spend a weekend is in a park enjoying alfresco eating with friends or family.

Whatever your plans are this summer, Melrose and Morgan have you covered with delicious treats and tasty snacks as part of our hand-packed luxury picnic hampers.

Here are some of our top five picnic spots in London…

  1. Primrose Hill

Our favourite hill in London. With spectacular panoramic views over Regent’s Park and the city beyond and with an urban and chic high street to boot, take a moment from the hustle and bustle of London to soak up some summer vibes.

  1. Hampstead Heath

The ancient woodland and vast grassland of Hampstead Heath is what makes this location so special. Having one of the highest points in London, it is an idyllic spot to embrace the beauty of the city’s skyline or on a warm day enjoy a dip in one of its many bathing ponds.

  1. Richmond Park

Work up an appetite with the park’s range of recreational activities, including golf and horse riding, before tucking into your delectable picnic. Don’t forget to look out for the majestic red and fallow deer that wander freely within the park!

  1. Alexandra Palace Park

Lay your blanket down by the infamous Alexandra Palace landmark overlooking north London. Here you can relax or take a pedalo out onto the lake and enjoy the marvelous sunshine. This is a perfect location for all ages.

  1. Hyde Park

If you are looking for somewhere more central, Hyde Park is the place to visit. Simply hop on the tube and discover the rich history the park has to offer. Here you can embrace the tourist spirit, all whilst grazing on some picnic essentials!

Melrose and Morgan luxury picnic hampers are freshly made in sizes perfect for sharing with two, four or six people and delivered directly to your door.

Now that we have shared our favourite picnic spots, we’d love to know yours - tag us in your photos @melroseandmorgan. Enjoy!

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