Erotic Massage In Ealing

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Ealing is an area of west London known as the Queen of the Suburbs.

With its rows of mock Tudor houses it’s a pretty place to live, but that not all Ealing has to offer.


The History of Ealing

Ealing is jam-packed with history. Iron Age pots were used on Horsenden Hill and a rudimentary census from 1599 indicated that 85 households later lived there.

Its name is derived from ‘Gillingas’ meaning ‘the people of Gilla’ who was mostly likely an Anglo-Saxon settler.

The Ealing area remained a rural environment until the railway station opened in 1838 allowing the economy to grow and the suburbs to flourish.

These days Ealing is a thriving commercial and retail centre forming part of Greater London.


Landmarks in Ealing

Ealing is best known for its film studio, the oldest in continuous use, where many early movies such as The Lady Killers were recorded. In 1955 the studios were taken on by the BBC and most recently used to shoot scenes from Downton Abbey.

Notable buildings in Ealing including the unusually shaped  St Peter’s Church and the Pitzhanger Manor House, Sir John Soane's Grade I-listed Georgian villa, which holds exhibitions throughout the year.

Walpole Park, also owned by Sir John Sloane, has tranquil beautiful grounds to walk through on a warm day.


Shopping and Eating in Ealing

Ealing has a lot of chain restaurants offering the usual food and drink at good prices. 

If you fancy something more exotic head to West Ealing for Caribbean, Iranian, Japanese and Greek food.

Charlotte’s Place on Ealing Common is a great place for an intimate dinner.

If you’re a fan of pizza try L'Oro di Napoli on Little Ealing Lane which uses a handmade recipe that locals insist is the best in London.

When you need a coffee Ealing’s Electric Coffee is a well-established cafe that uses beans processed in its own roastery in West Sussex.

Ealing is rapidly growing its retail capacity with chain stores opening on every street corner. Even though Ealing Broadway shopping centre hosts nearly every retailer you’re likely to find on a high street along with some independent boutiques.

Keep your eyes peeled for All Original on The Green which sells local artisan crafts and unusual handmade gifts.


Ealing Nightlife

If you like a quiet pint head to The Grange a cosy gastro pub with newspapers, or the Ealing Park Tavern dating back to the 1700s with comfy leather sofas and wood fires in winter.

Classy cocktails can be found in The Lodge Tavern or head to Ealing Broadway for the Flaming Cow just south of the centre.

Not much stays open until the early hours in Ealing but Crispin’s wine bar is a late-nighter and you can head over to nearby Acton to continue the night out.

Transport Links in Ealing

Transport links are numerous and efficient in Ealing. It’s served by Ealing Broadway Station and West Ealing station plus there are North Ealing, South Ealing, Ealing Common and Ealing Broadway tubes.  

There are NCP parking spaces in Springbridge Road multi-storey car park and Ealing Broadway shopping centre if you want to drive, however they fill up quickly so you’ll need to be quick to find a space.

If you don’t fancy the tube or train many buses frequently run through Ealing, including the night buses to Ealing Broadway, and of course there are always cabs on hand at the railway stations to take you into Ealing and beyond.