Welcome to Ealing - West London. A vibrant, friendly University suburb with great transport links, acres of green open spaces and good quality shopping, eating and entertainment. We have been in the holiday letting business for 25+years and have had guests from all over the world, many of them returning on a regular basis. We provide a real "touch of home" in our community. We are on hand to help with transportation queries, recommend shows, galleries or eateries and to provide our guests with any assistance from the point of booking to the end of their stay in our exciting and ever changing Capital City - LONDON.
30 + Million visitors make this choice each year and LONDON remains a great destination. I am sure the Royal wedding will bring yet more people to the City. The Borough provides numerous parks like Gunnersbury above the former home for the Rothschild's, Walpole Park with its re-landscaped areas and water features, Lammas Park and the fast area of Ealing Common. Ealing is home to a great half-marathon and is a joggers delight. The transport links are great - three Underground lines to service different parts of the Capital. Mainline trains to the Thames Valley - Windsor, Henley, Marlow and then out West to Oxford, Bath, Bristol and the West Country. Haven Green is a major bus hub and Ealing Broadway becomes part of the huge Cross-rail project in 2018 - joined by other stations in the Borough. Restaurants, eateries, coffee shops, fast food chains all add into the mix of excellent shopping with many smaller independent stores around the Ealing area.
There is a strong theatre presence in the area Questors in Ealing, Orange Tree in Richmond, Lyric in Hammersmith or the Bush theatre in Shepherd's Bush. People ask what is there to see - the answer is often too much even in the immediate locality. Museums for musical instruments or Rugby or Tennis or Motorcycles, a guy called Hogarth in Chiswick to name a few. Botanical Gardens at Kew for every kind of flower or tree or glasshouse. Stately Homes at Osterley, Syon, Ham House or Windsor Castle. LEGOLAND for the kids or adults with a love for bricks. The River Thames for a boat ride or a pleasant stroll along the tow-path in the sunshine. Great architecture, friendly pubs, villages of London, markets, antique stores, book shops and more.
The throbbing heart of the City or the West End are just a short Tube ride away on the Piccadilly Line to Leicester Square. Explore London - morning , noon, night and right through to dawn as five major Tube lines stay open 24 hours on Friday and Saturday to get you home!!