Sir John Soane, architect of the Bank of England, built himself a country retreat in Ealing in 1804. It is now the Grade I Listed Pitzhanger Manor House and Gallery. Although Ealing is no longer in the countryside, its proximity and good transport links to London make it an attractive option for tourists to the capital and hotels in Ealing are less expensive than those in the city centre. Sometimes called ‘Queen of the Suburbs’, Ealing is home to the world’s oldest film studios, which produced such classics as Passport to Pimlico and The Titfield Thunderbolt.
4 properties in or near to Ealing, Greater London
Built in 1909, The Forester has recently undergone a fabulous refurbishment – reaffirming its position as one of the finest pubs in Ealing. The Grade II listed building boasts charming original features across its three bars - dovetailing perfectly with the contemporary touches.
Spacious first floor studio apartments presented in Hanger Lane, 2 min walk to Hanger Lane Train Station. The studios are in a nice condition throughout and further comprise a spacious open plan studio room with fitted kitchen, modern shower room and one allocated parking space. The studios are conveniently located within easy walking distance to both Hanger Lane and Park Royal Tube Stations, whilst motorists have easy access onto the A406 and A40 for routes in and out of London.
AT-HOME is small, affordable and super homely. All our rooms are spacious, clean and comfortable. We are unable to accept same day bookings and request that online reservations are made at least the day prior to arrival or earlier.
The Green W7 on Lower Boston Manor Road has hosted pubs for almost 130 years. The first incarnation, named 'The White Hart’ was followed subsequently by ‘The Dolphin’, then ‘Inn On The Green’ and has now been extensively refurbished inside and out to become ‘The Green W7’. Our new pub features an extension to the original building, which houses the brand new Wood Fired Pizzeria and Gourmet Burger restaurant ‘IL VERDE’.