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South Ealing, Queen Anne’s Grove

£90.00£120.00 per night

  • Pretty house in a quiet street
  • Front door keys so you may come and go as you please
  • Second floor triple bedroom (can also be double or twin) with en suite bathroom
  • 3rd bed is only for a child travelling with parents
  • Comes with a small fully-equipped kitchen on the same floor
    • Long stay rates available minimum 2 consecutive weeks;
    • Single  Occupancy £295.00 per week;
    • Double Occupancy £335.00 per week
  • Wi-Fi, Private and En-Suite facilities

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Bed and breakfast accommodation in South Ealing, West London

A charming 1929 house in a leafy cul-de-sac in Ealing. This area has a countryside feel yet is just 8 tube stops from exclusive Knightsbridge. Ealing is a large thriving suburb of West London with a busy shopping and entertainment centre. This area is conveniently located for many tourist attractions including the very lovely Kew Gardens, Richmond and Windsor Castle. Heathrow Airport is only 17 minutes by train and there are many motorways nearby. You will find a wide variety of restaurants, cafes and bars

Lively area with large shopping centre

The Grade 1 listed Pittshanger Manor House in Mattock Lane has free admission and plays host to many exhibitions and cultural events. It was designed by Sir John Soane in 1800, who intended it to be his dream home. Today the house has been restored to how it might have looked in the 1800s. It is home to the largest collection of Martinware pottery in the country as well as other artworks. The gallery has exhibitions from international artists as well as work by students of architecture. There are also workshops and activities for children. The Pittshanger Manor House is open Tuesday to Friday from 1-5 pm and Saturday from 11 am-5 pm.

Directly behind the Manor House is Walpole Park which was once part of the estate grounds and hosts many yearly events including a Jazz Festival. There is a playground, cafes and two ponds. Look out for the cedar trees on the west lawn which date back to the 18th century.

Nearest tube station

  • South Ealing (Piccadilly line, direct route from Heathrow Airport), Zone 3

Local information

  • The number 65 bus takes you to Kew Gardens and Richmond
  • For further shopping, Westfield shopping centre is only a few stops on tube

1 review for South Ealing, Queen Anne’s Grove

  1. John kurka


    I just stayed with Ann the first 2 weeks in May. I stayed in the top floor En-Suite. It was a large clean room in a beautiful home in a great neighborhood. South Ealing is a nice town with a variety of shops for anything you would need. There are also a nice variety of restaurants within walking distance.
    Your time with Ann’s help will add to your fun in London.
    John, May 2023

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