Situated in the western part of the capital city of England, London, sits the suburban Borough of Ealing. An Ealing holiday is unlike others that can be taken in London in the sense that it feels more subdued and quiet compared to those areas located at the centre of the city. Even so, an Ealing holiday still provides opportunities to enjoy several activities and a whole host of great attractions. An Ealing holiday rental apartment offers all of the mod-cons you would expect of a top-class hotel without the extortionate price tag.
With an emphasis on getting out and seeing the sights that this wonderful borough has to offer visitors, the outdoor activities are restricted to the likes of swimming, tennis and golf. Ealing has many wonderful parks to enjoy and one that should definitely be on your itinerary is Gunnersbury Park. Once the magnificent gardens of a mansion, Gunnersbury Park was opened to the public in 1926. There is a pond which allows for boating in the summer and the unique Princess Amelia’s Bath House is not to be missed.
There is also the Gunnersbury Park Museum, housed in the old mansion which details everyday life for the past residence of Ealing. The museum has a wonderful collection of old photographs as well as well as an extensive collection of old horse-drawn carriages.
If you can tear yourself away from your quiet Ealing holiday rental house then it is worth visiting the neighbouring borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, which is approximately 10 minutes away. Among the attractions to be found in this borough are Fulham Palace, which dates back to the 11th century and now houses a museum, and the Ornamental Pond which was created to attract more species of wildlife to London. Other noteworthy attractions in Hammersmith & Fulham are the Furnival Gardens, the Hammersmith Apollo, Bishop’s Park and Kelmscott House.
If you are thinking of booking a fantastic Ealing holiday rental house then you will be pleased to hear that you will be able to enjoy fairly warm summers and cool winters. From the month of June through to the month of September the daytime temperature can vary between 20°C and 23°C. The cooler months of December, January and February see the daytime temperature drop off to between 3°C and 8°C. The district experiences an annual rainfall amount of 21 inches.
Travel to Ealing, England Travellers on an Ealing holiday can land at Heathrow Airport (LHR) which is approximately 12 miles away from the district. Airlines that offer cheap, regular flights to the area include BMI, British Airways and Aer Lingus. Passengers can depart from various UK airports such as Manchester (MAN), Belfast (BFS), Aberdeen (ABZ), Glasgow (GLA) and Newcastle(NCL).