Penhaligon’s is something of a Covent Garden institution with two perfume boutiques - one on Wellington Street and a second in Covent Garden's iconic Market Building.
William Penhaligon was a witty, wildly creative Victorian inspired by the unusual. He created his first scent, Hammam Bouquet, in 1872 after inhaling the steam and sulphurous aromas of his neighbouring Turkish baths and went on to become Barber and Perfumer to the Royal Court.
Penhaligon’s has been dispensing original scents for the discerning modern dandies and bold women ever since and currently stocks collections of perfumes, eau de cologne, candles and gift sets in both Covent Garden boutiques.
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41 WELLINGTON STREET
13 THE MARKET BUILDING
MON - WED: 10AM - 6PM
THU - SAT: 10AM - 7PM
SUN: 12NOON - 6PM
MON - SAT: 10AM - 7PM
SUN: 11AM - 6PM
Phone: 020 7836 2150 / 020 3040 3030