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Grange Lodge Hotel
48-50 Grange Road
Ealing
London

W5 5BX | View map

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Situated in Ealing, one of the liveliest, most fashionable areas of West London and a major commercial centre, the lodge is within easy reach of Ealing Common and the main shopping centre. Only a 7-10 minute walk from Ealing Broadway tube and mainline station and 5 minutes' walk from Ealing town centre, with its pedestrianised shopping mall, the lodge is the ideal base for a break to explore England’s capital city. In the immediate vicinity there is also a selection of restaurants, with choices ranging from fast food to the best haute cuisine, from Chinese through Greek and Italian to Indian.

A 1930s style property, the Grange Lodge is located between the A4/M4 corridor and the A40. The Lodge has 14 rooms (mostly en-suite), a comfortable lounge, a bright breakfast room, a car park to the front and a pretty garden at the rear.

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