Boston Manor is near the towns of Brentford and Hounslow, West London. It is a suburban part of London, named after a Jacobean Manor House in the area. Two large shopping centres can be found a short bus ride away – Ealing Broadway and West Ealing. These will take care of all your entertainment needs, having cinemas and nightclubs as well as shops. There are a few hotels near Boston Manor station, of a guest house or mid-range standard. The Hazel Wood Guesthouse overlooks Boston Manor Park and the Boston Manor Hotel (***) has conference facilities and a restaurant serving South Asian cuisine. If you’re looking for a 4 star hotel, there is one in Brentford, about a mile away. It’s the Holiday Inn London Brentford Lock, which is located beside the Grand Union canal. These Boston Manor hotels would suit travellers arriving at Heathrow, as it is about 15 minutes away by tube.
Boston Manor is on the Piccadilly Line, in Zone 4. It’s on the Heathrow branch of the line, on the boundary between the Boroughs of Hounslow and Ealing, West London. It opened in 1883 but the station was rebuilt in the 1930’s, in the modern European style, using brick, reinforced concrete and glass. It has a tall tower with an illuminated edge and the London Underground sign on it, which helps you to spot the station from a distance.
Boston Manor House is a Jacobean property built in 1623. Parts of it are open to the public between April and October each year. You can see the dining room where William IV and Queen Adelaide ate during their visit in 1834, as well as the fabulous plaster ceiling in the state rooms and a large collection of paintings.
Boston Manor Park is a huge and award-winning green space. It has a nature trail, canal, wildflower meadow, “secret” walled garden and an ancient Cedar of Lebanon dating back to the 1700’s. There are also sports facilities including football pitches, basketball and tennis courts and a bowling green. Festivals and other events are often held in the park on Sundays.
The Log Cabin is an adventure playground for children with special needs. The inclusive play space is suitable for those aged 4-15.
The Elthorne Sports Centre has indoor and outdoor facilities including badminton courts, football pitches, netball and tennis.
Wyke Green Golf Club was built in 1926 and has an 18 hole, par 69 course. Visitors are welcome and some of the greats to have played there over the years include Gary Player, Greg Norman and Retief Goosen.
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|3||Hazel Wood Guesthouse||0.7km|
|3||Boston Manor Hotel||1.0km|
|3||Osterley Park Hotel||1.5km|
|4||Holiday Inn London Brentford Lock||1.8km|
|3||Premier Travel Inn London Kew||2.1km|
|3||Travelodge London Kew Bridge||2.2km|
|2||Grange Lodge Hotel||2.2km|
|2||Abbey Lodge Hotel||2.3km|
|3||At Home Ealing||2.4km|
|5||London Syon Park, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel||2.6km|
|2||Creffield Lodge Hotel||2.9km|
|3||Coach and Horses Hotel||3.0km|
|4||Chiswick Moran Hotel||3.2km|
|3||Acton Town Hotel||3.3km|
|4||Inn At Kew Gardens||3.4km|
|2||Civic Guest House||3.6km|
|3||Days Hotel Hounslow||3.7km|