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Inns in Ealing

Drayton Court
2 The Avenue
Ealing
London

W13 8PH | View map
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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 the heart of Ealing is the lovely Drayton Court – a traditional pub and hotel that keeps the spirit of the Ealing Studios alive.
Built during Ealing’s Edwardian glory days, Drayton Court is a delightfully quirky architectural mixture of Gothic turrets outside and elegant interiors with fine plasterwork and high ceilings.Currently beingrefurbished to include luxurious accommodation in which every room is themed on one of the Ealing comedies, the building retains all its original charm, style and sense of fun - rooms available from June 19th!
As well as offering 27 beautifully-appointed rooms, we also have a team of chefs cooking a delectable menu than ranges from restaurant-dining to irresistible pub favourites. Most importantly in any English hostelry – our inviting pub serves award-wining cask ales and an excellent selection of wines.

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