W4, West London
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W4 is a postcode district in the Hounslow and Ealing areas of Central and West London. It comprises the areas of Chiswick, Bedford Park, Turnham Green and Gunnersbury. St. Nicholas is a very famous church in the area and was the focal point around which the entire region developed. Today, the area is known for its charming streets and roads that hint at a London of a bygone era. The Griffin Brewery is a frequented attraction in the vicinity, bringing in hordes of visitors who are curious to see how the famous London Fuller’s Beer is made. The Chiswick Bridge in the district is a popular location for sight seers and is teeming with revellers during the annual boat race between Oxford and Cambridge that finishes here.
Many large businesses have a presence in W4. Numerous accountants, book keepers, solicitors, estate agents, doctors, website designers and software developers are the different types of professionals who occupy office space in the vicinity. The area is home to several well known retail stores that sell products related to house and garden. Eco, owned by celebrity Colin Firth is a great example of the same, as is The Old Cinema store that is famous for its antiques.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The area offers excellent entertainment options, especially if you’re looking for comedy and laughter. The George IV and Headliners comedy clubs make for a fantastic evening of fun and mirth. The Tabard Theatre is also popular for its live entertainment acts and shows. W4 boasts of a Michelin starred restaurant in La Trompett, which serves amazing French cuisine that is to die for. For an authentic taste of Thailand, you can head to the Fat Boys Cafť instead.
W4 has excellent transport links that keep you well connected to hundreds of destinations across the city. Baron’s Court, West Kensington, Stamford Brook, Turnham Green, and Chiswick Park tube stations provide access to services on the underground network. The area also has several railway stations that keep you connected to the mainline network. The more popular ones are Chiswick, Kensington Olympia and Putney railway stations.