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Pet friendly places in Ealing

13 Apr 2015
Pet friendly places in Ealing
  As animal lovers ourselves we understand that it can often be a difficult task to find pet friendly places these day, especially in rented accommodation.  Did you know an estimated 13 million households own a pet, and Britain’s pet population stands at around 65 million?  It may be no surprise to you that we are a true nation of dog lovers.  Many of our Northfields’ team are part of around 9 million people who keep our nations favourite as a pet in the UK. Dog-674066_1280 But we are going to let you in on some of the best dog friendly places in and around Ealing.  You don’t need to be a V.I.D. (Very Important Dog) to enjoy our personal picks of pet friendly places.

Best Dog Walking Areas

With more than 100 parks and open spaces to choose from, Ealing definitely doesn’t have a shortage; what with 1,900 acres of open green space right across our beautiful Borough! But which ones are the best for you and your pooch? Walpole & Lammas Park Walpole Park is found at the edge of Ealing Broadway, behind Pitzhanger Manor House, with its 28 acres lovingly described as ‘the jewel in the crown’ of Ealing’s many parks. It’s also home to the Ealing Jazz & Comedy Summer Festival and the Pitzhanger Manor museum. Lammas Park nearly adjoins with Walpole, and as well as offering brilliant dog walks it also has a bowling green, croquet pitch, tennis courts, children’s playground and play centre. Currently in the process of restoration to its former Regency glory, Walpole Park and Lammas Park offer a delightfully relaxing dog walk for both owner and hound. Gunnersbury Park Considered a ‘canine congestion free zone’ Gunnersbury Park covers around 185 acres of leafy park and is located between Acton and Ealing in Hounslow, West London. Open from 8am until dusk it has a large, free car park as well as a cafe that welcomes well-behaved dogs on leashes. Ealing Common Bounded by Gunnersbury Avenue (A406) to the east and the Uxbridge Road to the north, Ealing Commons 42 acres are lined by Horse Chestnut Trees and an ancient Oak Tree, making it a perfectly picturesque spot for a dog walk. There is also a beautiful rose garden, with funfairs setting up camp on the Common on Bank Holidays too. Bulldog-601714_1280

Best Dog Friendly Pubs

Enjoy the spring and summer this year with your best friend by your side, in the following pubs: Ealing Park Tavern – 222 South Ealing Road, W5 4RL. Dogs are greeted with a handful of biscuits and bowls of water! @ealingtavern / [email protected] The Rose and Crown – Church Place St. Mary’s Road, W5 4HN. Staff are very welcoming to dogs, with water and snacks on offer for canine companions. @roseandcrownW5 / [email protected] The Red Lion – 13 St. Mary’s Road, W5 5RA. @theredlionw5 / http://redlionealing.co.uk/ The Grange – Warwick Road, W5 3XH. @grangeealing / [email protected] The Castle Inn – 36 St. Mary’s Road, W5 5EU. @castleealing / [email protected] The Fox and Goose Hotel – Hanger Lane, W5 1DP. @FoxAndGooseW5 / [email protected] The Village Inn – 122-124 Pitshanger Lane, W5 1QP. @VillageEaling / http://www.village-inn.co.uk/ The Wheatsheaf – 41 Haven Lane, W5 2HZ. @41havenlane / [email protected] The Viaduct – 221 Uxbridge Road, W7 3TD (close to Ealing hospital) @Viaductpub / [email protected]

Best Dog Groomers for your Pampered Pooch

Curracloe – 88 St Mary’s Road, W5 5EX. FB Page / [email protected] A multi-award winning dog grooming salon and boutique, where you can also participate in dog grooming courses too. We understand that it can be hard to secure rental accommodation as a pet owner, but at Northfields we can fully assist West London pet owners in finding and securing a great tenancy – as well as offering specialist pet clauses and assistance with end of tenancy cleaning, specifically for pet owners. At Northfields we are always looking for ways to give back to the Ealing community. So if you use Twitter you may be interested in the weekly hashtag #EalingHour, that we are honoured to host. This is where, between 8-9pm each Tuesday, anyone interested in Ealing can tweet using the #EalingHour hashtag to join the Ealing discussion! Can you recommend any other places for dog owners in and around the Ealing area?

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