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Tel code: 0208 | code search
Postcode: W5 | code search
Population: 301000
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Birthplace of:
Nevil Shute John McVie Caroline Ahern Fern Britton T H Huxley Frank Richards
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Folk Customs:
April Fools Day
Baddeley Cake
Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
Vintners' Company Procession

Ealing Events

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Fox & Goose
"Good Points: great room. we thought it was as nice as the docklands hilton. loved the pub and the food was great

Date visited: 2009-10-27 ..." More

Ramada Jarvis London West
"Bad Points: We booked the room in March as we where going to a concert at Wembley stadium on the 26th, I received a call from Florence (Ramada staff) on ..." More

Crowne Plaza London Ealing
"Good Points: excellent staff very friendly Bad Points: empty minibar in room and only 1 hot chocolate General review: very good

Date visited: 2008-11-21 ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in Ealing | 10 Places to Stay

Situated in west London, leafy Ealing is known as the "Queen of the Suburbs". Hundreds of lime trees line elegant, residential avenues, and extensive parklands add to the feeling of space and graciousness within what is also a bustling, cosmopolitan pocket of the capital. Once a rural village and a coaching stop on what's now called the Uxbridge Road, Ealing became a fully-fledged town with the construction of the Great Western Railway in the 1830s, and its many Victorian and Edwardian houses, from grand villas to modest terraces, remain in demand among home-buyers. With the picturesque Brentham housing project, now a conservation area, Ealing pioneered the concept of the garden suburb based on principles of co-partnership. A much older architectural attraction is the classical Pitzhanger Manor House, museum and art gallery, which dates back partly to 1768. But the district is probably most famous for the celebrated Ealing Comedies, produced in the Forties and Fifties in studios which continue making movies to this day. With its local theatre, cinema, comedy, music, farmer's street market, and shopping and leisure centres, Ealing is a destination in its own right, while offering easy tube, rail and road links in and out of London.


Abbey Book-Keeping Services
Gordon R E & Co
Lido Tax Consulting
New Pastures Consultancy
Stern & Company


Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers


Pitzhanger Manor-House


Crowne Plaza London Ealing *book online*
Ealing Guest House *book online*
Northfields Hostel *book online*
Travelodge Wembley *book online*
Universal Plaza Hotel *book online*


Dance - Maddy's Jiving School
Ealing Salsa Dance Class


The Priory
The Red Room

Conference Centre

Park House
Pitzhanger Manor-House


Ealing London Borough


Avenue Dental Surgery

Ealing Dental Care
Ealing Oasis Dental Care


Boileau Road Surgery
Ealing Park Health Centre
Mattock Lane Health Centre
St David's Clinic
The Surgery

Farmers Market

Ealing Farmers Market
West Ealing Farmers Market


Northfields Hostel


Fox & Goose

Performing Arts

Stagecoach Theatre Arts

Pub and Bar

Attic Wine Bar
Better Half
Castle Inn
Grange Tavern
Halfway House

Haven Arms
Kings Arms
Lodge Tavern
Plough Inn
Red Lion
Rose & Crown


Cardamom Restaurant
Carluccios Caffe
Castle Inn
Charlotte's Place
Karaam Lebanese Restaurant
Oscar’s Cafe


Ealing College Upper School

Fielding Primary School
Grange Primary School
Hathaway Primary School
Little Ealing Primary School
Mount Carmel RC Primary School
North Ealing Primary School
Notting Hill & Ealing High School GDST
Stagecoach Theatre Arts


Anthony Holden Crofts
George Anthony Andrews Solicitors
Hayes Burcombe & Co
J R Jones
Montague Lambert Solicitors


Airport Connections
Alternative Car Services
Door2Door Cabs
Ealing Taxis
Ealing Mini Bus Hire
Fly Mini Cabs Ltd



Sports Clubs

Ealing LTC (Tennis)
Ealing Southall & Middlesex AC (Athletics)
Old Actonians CC (Cricket)
The Oaks Club (Table Tennis)


Cobra Sports Ltd
Flowers By Valerie
L & L Meats of Ealing Ltd
Early Learning Centre
All Things Nice
Farm W5
Millennium Health Foods
Silvesters Pet Shops
Bramley Pharmacy
J Wexler
The Shoe Studio

Alfred Sayers
J D Sports
Arnolds Leisure
Majestic Wine
As Nature Intended
Ernest Jones
Fat Face
T K Maxx
Tops Tiles
J J B Sports
Ethical Babe
Angels Nails
Marie-Clare Cooks
Carpet & Flooring Centre
Ceramics Cafe
CJ Williams Contemporary Photography
Melanie Moss Photography
The Cracked Pot
River Island

Places to Stay near Ealing

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Hotel 55 (0.25 miles)

Hotel 55

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A brand new 'Chic' -'Hip' hotel of sumptuous quality. Superb and ideal for both business and leisure visitors. Relax in comfortable, air-conditioned rooms, equipped with flat-screen TVs, satellite and broadband ... More

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Grange Lodge Hotel (0.48 miles)

Grange Lodge Hotel

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Situated in Ealing, one of the liveliest, most fashionable areas of West London and a major commercial centre, the lodge is within easy reach of Ealing Common and the main shopping ... More

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Caspian Hotel (0.66 miles)

Caspian Hotel
Caspian Hotel is a cosy family run hotel, A victorian building situated in the heart of Ealing providing easy connection to central London and Heathrow airport, making it an ideal place to stay whether for ... More | visit website

Clarendon House Apartments (0.82 miles)

Clarendon House Apartments
Clarendon House is a stylish Victorian English conversion of individual studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments ... More
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At Home Ealing (0.90 miles)

At Home Ealing

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The At Home B&B is clean, spacious, comfortable and reasonably priced. It has welcoming and friendly artist owners, and is a short walk from a Tube station. The refurbished Edwardian villa with ... More

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Ealing Guest House (1.01 miles)

Ealing Guest House

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Ealing Guest House - London bed and breakfast near Central London and Heathrow. Value for money, we offer service with a smile. A great place to stay whilst visiting London. Are you ... More

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Acton Town Hotel (1.04 miles)

Acton Town Hotel

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The Acton Town Hotel is a friendly, family-run bed and breakfast hotel located in West London. The hotel is situated outside Acton Town Tube station, which gives access to the Piccadilly ... More

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Drayton Court (1.05 miles)

Drayton Court
Famed in Edwardian times as the ‘Queen of the Suburbs’, and more recently as the home of Britain’s finest, funniest film-makers: Ealing is a green, attractive area just minutes away from Central London. Set at ... More | visit website
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Blue Star Hotel (1.06 miles)

Blue Star Hotel

A new modern built stylish hotel convenietly located in heart of Acton. Room Facilities: *Comfortable Twin/ king -sized beds, *All En suite bathrooms, * Remote controlled TV's, * Mini fridge, * Internet access.

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Travelodge London Park Royal (1.08 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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