What is nearby
In the area around Ealing Village there are a few places that make living here a bit easier and more enjoyable. Shops, cafe’s, restaurants and other amenities.
The shops on Queens Parade (five minutes’ walk) include three grocers , a chemist, a launderette and dry cleaner, an estate agent and a pub called the Greystoke. There is also a Shell petrol station with a small Waitrose and an ATM opposite the entrance to Ealing Village.
Ealing Village is 15 minutes’ walk from the center of Ealing with a great selection of high street stores. A few stops away on the Central Line is Westfield Shopping centre for all your other shopping needs..
Close by Zeera on Queen’s Parade offers Indian food. Sorrento Piazzatta on Boileau Parade offers good Italian food. Both provide a take away service.
Momo at Hotel 55 on Hanger Lane is one of a number of highly-rated Japanese restaurants in the area.
Ealing has a wide selection of restaurants to choose from.
The nearest sub-Post Office is in Ealing Common on Grosvenor Parade, close to Ealing Common Underground Station. There is also sub-Post Office next to West Acton Tube station. The Post Office main branch on Ealing High Street is now at WH Smiths in Ealing Broadway Centre. Ealing Village has its own post box, near the clubhouse.
There are two hotels close by:
Hotel Xanadu 26-42 Bond Street, Ealing, W5 5AA
Tel: +44 (0) 20 3011 1000
Hilton DoubleTree Ealing, Ealing Common, W5 3HN.
Tel: 084 815 9035
Ealing has a great number of green spaces.
In addition to Ealing Common, Walpole Park hosts the annual jazz and comedy festivals, and also has Pitzhanger Gallery and Manor House, designed by John Soane and now described as ‘the largest public art gallery space in West London exhibiting contemporary professional art.’
Gunnersbury Park hosts the annual London Mela.