Gunnersbury is predominately located in the borough of Hounslow but a small part also falls into the borough of Ealing. With a high concentration of pre-war housing, it is apt that it is home to the Building Standards Institution, as well as a range of other industrial organisations located in the business park. From Gunnersbury you can reach a range of attractions and places of interest, including the Kew Bridge Steam Museum, the National Archives and Hogarth’s House.
In the local area, office space is taken by a range of different businesses, particularly at the local business park where you will find businesses such as broadcasting companies, CBS News, airline companies, health clubs and more.
Entertainment And Dining Out
While most of London’s entertainment is not in the immediate vicinity, you will find a range of places to enjoy a night out within easy reach. In addition to pubs and bars, you can enjoy live shows at the variety of theatres that are just a couple of miles away as well as live music at one of the various venues that are around the same distance away. You will find plenty of choice when it comes to dining out in Gunnersbury, with a variety of fantastic menus available. Enjoy a hearty meal at Bollo House gastro pub, grab a light bite at Grove Park Deli or enjoy European cuisine at Annie’s. There are plenty of other pubs and dining establishments offering a range of traditional British as well as international cuisine.
Gunnersbury station is a London Underground and National Rail station and can be reached by the District Line and London Overground trains on the North London Line. In addition to Gunnersbury tube station, Chiswick Park underground also serves the locality. You will also find mainline rail services as well as taxis and buses in the area. All in all, Gunnersbury offers decent transport links that make it easy to get around in London.