Located in the London Borough of Hillingdon, Eastcote is a small area that acts as a suburb to the capital city. The area is mainly residential although it is quite close to places of interest like Osterley Park and House, Shirley Wood Gallery and Kite Art Studios. There are also a number of landmarks nearby including BBC Television Centre, Trellick Tower and the vibrant Portobello Road Market. You will find the Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising within easy reach as well as the culturally diverse and exciting Notting Hill. Eastcote has been the home of a variety of famous people including Jessie Matthews, Fearne Cotton, Bernard Holley and Michael Tippett.
Eastcote has a number of serviced offices that are home to waste management companies, business consultants, accountants and financial advisors. There are also Internet consultants, marketing consultants, training centres, and lawyers in the area. Axis Accountants has an office in Eastcote along with Headsupport (UK) Ltd., MF Accounting and PDK Security.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The town boasts various entertainment venues including the famous and massive Wembley Arena, the live-performance hub of London. Tricycle Theatre has plenty on offer for theatre fans while Vue Westfield is a multi-screen cinema for fans of the big screen. From stand-up acts at The Bearcat Comedy Club to live music at Rough Trade West, Eastcote has something for everyone. Dining out at Eastcote means tasting food from all parts of the world. There is Indian food on offer at Rara while New Golden Palace serves a variety of tasty Chinese dishes. Gifto’s Lahore Karahi has plenty of Pakistani cuisine on offer or you can head to the Duke of Kent for some traditional local British cuisine.
Eastcote Tube Station, on the Piccadilly and Metropolitan Lines, is right in the heart of the area while Ruislip Manor Tube Station is also just a short walk away. South Ruislip Railway Station offers connectivity to the railway network along the Marylebone line. A number of bus and coach routes in and around Eastcote, along with taxi services, connect the area to the rest of London by road.