Explore charming Eastcote
Eastcote is a pretty west-London suburb built on the site of a medieval village in the borough of Hillingdon. The name dates back to the 13th century, meaning �Eastern Cottages�. Its main green space, Warrender Park, was requisitioned by the government during World War II and served as the site for a small military hospital. Today, it's a quaint, residential area scattered with shops, pubs and sports grounds, and has good transport links to central London.
Have a mosey around Hillingdon
Hillingdon is a borough marking the western edge of Greater London, and the second largest in the city by area, though one of the least densely populated. Formed in the sixties along with several other boroughs, Hillingdon is largely residential, and boasts over 200 green spaces. It has a number of historical sites, such as Swakeleys Park and the Battle of Britain Bunker, along with family attractions like Dinosaur Escape Adventure Golf.
Discover Eastcote House Gardens
One of Eastcote's principal historical attractions, Eastcote House Gardens is a tranquil and lovingly kept green space, made up of Grade II listed buildings, a rustic walled garden, a number of wild flower meadows, and most recently a Jubilee Orchard. If you're visiting the area, be sure to check out this peaceful gem!
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Eastcote? Travelodge London Northolt Hotel is a 10-minute drive away, and Travelodge London Uxbridge Hotel can be reached in 20 minutes.