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A pub with a historic pub interior of some regional importance

A pub with a historic pub interior of some regional importance, the result of CAMRA's pioneering effort to identify and help protect and promote the most important historic pub interiors in the country.

LONDON, GREATER - Ealing, London W5, Ealing Park Tavern

An historic pub interior of some regional importance

222 South Ealing Road, Ealing, London W5, W5 4RL

Tel: (020) 8758 1879

Website: http://ealingparktavern.co.uk/

Opening Hours: 11-11 Mon-Wed; 11-Midnight Thu-Sat; 12-10.30 Sun

Real Ale & Cider: Real Ale

Public Transport: Near Railway Station (Brentford) and Bus Stop

Food: Lunchtime and Evening Meals (12-3.30, 6-10.30 Mon-Fri; 12-10.30 Sat; 12-9.30 Sun)

Listed Status: Not listed

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An epic pub whose outside form is much that as published in a design of 1885 by architect E.W. Lacey. A tour might start outside with the highly impressive recessed porch framed by a timber arch with bulgy columns and monograms of the founders, the Royal Brewery (Brentford) Ltd, which ceased production in 1923. This porch has lovely green tiling and Art Nouveau-style lettering advertising the saloon, which is also named on the brass door plate. The much modernised main bar fronts Carlyle Road and has a long counter with a raked front. Behind comes a room with two-thirds height panelling. On the right of the main entrance is a lovely room with still more wall panelling.

Ealing Park Tavern, Ealing, London W5
Interior