Located in the Borough of Hillingdon, London, West Drayton was formerly part of the county of Middlesex before becoming part of the Greater London Area. The area has been home to various well known people over the years, such as Ronnie and Art Wood, William Paget and Moore Marriott. West Drayton is within easy reach of a number of famous landmarks such as the PM Gallery & House, The Tropical Zoo and Thorpe Park. Cultural attractions can also be enjoyed in the area with places like Shirley Sherwood Gallery and Syon House as well as Windsor Palace all within easy reach.
This is an area with a number of small and larger businesses working out of shared offices and retail spaces. Amongst the companies you will find here are building & construction companies, catering companies, delivery & messenger services and interior design firms. Gouman Hotel Management has an administrative office in West Drayton while Viasat also has its studios here. British Airways, HP Enterprise Services and British Midland International are amongst the other big names to have offices and facilities in the area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
West Drayton is close to a number of important and prominent venues offering theatre, dance and music. The Coronet is a cinema that offers a unique movie viewing experience while The Idler Academy is a hub for live acts and performances. Wembley Arena is within easy reach of West Drayton, offering year round entertainment and events. Restaurants in and around West Drayton offer a wide variety of cuisines including Indian cuisine at Madhu’s, Chinese food at Maxim and local British cooking at the Duke of Kent. You can enjoy everything from Eastern European food at Kuznia Smaku to Italian food at Carluccio’s when dining out in West Drayton.
West Drayton lies close to the M4 motorway, which provides convenient access to the bustling London Heathrow Airport with its domestic and international air travel links. The A408 and A3044 pass through the area, allowing taxis and buses to provide efficient transportation and providing increased convenience for those planning to drive. The First Great Western Line runs through West Drayton Railway Station connecting West Drayton to Reading and Bristol.