The Linen Cupboard
from 6 user reviews
|Address:||21 Great Castle Street, Marylebone|
London, W1G 0HY
|Map:||See The Linen Cupboard on a map|
|Nearest Station:||Oxford Circus|
|Telephone:|| 020 7629 4062|
|Business Type:||Linen Shops|
|Email:||Send an email|
I visited this shop on 17th November 2014. At first I looked at tea towels + the owner was helpful. Then another customer came in to enquire about some bedlinen which I was also interested in buying. Unfortunately, when we both by accident asked him different questions at the same time, the owner turned to me shouting "Why don't you shut up!" All he needed to have said was "Please don't speak at the same time because I can't hear you properly." I was very upset and walked out.No shop owner has ever spoken to me like that. It was uncalled for. I had not been rude but he was very rude to
What an amazing shop with quality products at great low prices and I was told by the lovely gentleman who runs the establishment that they are online with even lower prices.
Location: Not given
I live in Canada, and having visited the Linen Cupboard on a visit to London some years ago, am always happy that I am able to reorder my favourite items by telephone. Terrific service and quality selection, highly recommended!
Location: British Columbia, Canada
Absolutely incredible shop full of textile treasures and interesting things for the home. Run independently, this is the place to go for top-quality duvets and sheets, amazing embroidered napkins, runners - in fact everything you could wish for the home, with unusual designs that you won't see on the high street. Friendly chap who runs it will go to any lengths to please you and find exactly what you desire.
Support a local business and stop by here instead of buying polycotton from M&S. For the same price, you'll get something beautiful.
Location: Maida Vale
What a great shop. I now buy all my household linens from the nice chap who runs the place. The shop is a real taste of how pleasant shopping used to be before mass marketing took over the high street.
Enough of the pillow talk, I'm amazed the place isn't full of customers each time we go in there. The chap who runs the shop knows his stuff and has some really good value and quality stuff.
Currently writing this review under one of their duvets, resting my head on one of their pillows. Go in there the next time you're in Oxford Street and thinking of buying some generic bed clothes from BHS from some saturday girl who thinks tog ratings are summink you get on Second Life or whateva
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