Ealing, a part of West London, is a great place to visit. It finds itself within the London Borough of the same name, some 8 miles west of Charing Cross.

There are several places to have an Afternoon Tea in Ealing, with each establishment having something unique to offer. Whatever your reason for being in this area, be sure to stop for a cuppa with cake.

Ealing was once part Middlesex. Evidence suggests that long before belonging to any county, people had inhabited the area for more than 7,000 years.

A fully-fledged settlement appeared by the 12th century. It wasn’t until the 19th century, however, that Ealing grew from a rural village into a flourishing district of London.

Today, visitors can still get a sense of its rural past in places like Pitshanger. Other areas have become commercial and retail hubs with a developed night-time economy.

Regardless of where, precisely, you find yourself, there is bound to be an Afternoon Tea Ealing establishment nearby.