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Bedford Park

Relaxed residential neighbourhood within a conservation area

"From down below or way up high, you can really appreciate Chiswick's leafy, charming appeal that everyone loves."

Tom Wright

"From well-known high street stores, to independent boutiques, Chiswick High Road has everything I need!"

Jonathan Daykin

"I love to sit on Turnham Green in my lunch break - it's right in the centre of Chiswick, yet it's so relaxing..."

Tom Wright

What is your favourite place?

Where do Bedford Park locals go?

The Duke of Sussex

A rustic gastropub with a great beer garden and excellent food. It can be a bit of a minor celeb hangout too!

La Trompette

This chic restaurant is perfect for a special occasion and serves modern European food.


Grab a bowl of warming and spicy soup from this Vietnamese street food restaurant!

Chateau Dessert

Beautifully crafted cakes and desserts. A real treat!

High Road House

Service with a smile! Delicious breakfast cooked to perfection, a great place to get the day started on the right foot and well priced dishes made with fresh ingredients.

The Old Cinema

A vintage, upcycled and antique treasure trove in a stunning converted cinema.


A stylish café with an Argentinian twist.

Wyndham House

A butchers selling delicious fresh burgers and sausages on Chiswick High Road, as well as a range of other meats and products that have been freshly prepared.

Kitchen & Pantry

A great atmosphere and even better breakfasts!

Jackson & Rye

Great food and a continental feel, as well as outside seating on Chiswick High Road.

The Italian Job

Italian craft beer in Chiswick! Great for a 'cultured' beer and burger after work, or a good weekend session!

Carvosso's at 210

A smart drinking establishment with a great garden that can be used all year round, with outdoor heaters and blankets. Good food, tasty cocktails and live music on the weekends.


The place to go to pick up a healthy salad, freshly baked bread or a tasty sweet treat. There's plenty of room to sit and chat with friends or take away your lunch in handy pre-prepared pots.

Bookcase London

Books at a bargain price - everything from fact to fiction, this place is well stocked with a varied range of titles.


Delicious Vietnamese food to eat in or takeaway. Try the banh mi - tasty baguettes with a range of fillings and hot sauce.

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Child-friendly activities near Bedford Park

Bach to Baby

St Michael and All Angels
Classical concerts to which you can bring your baby

Little Angels

St Michael & All Angels Parish Hall
'Little Angels' Playgroup for babies and toddlers 0-3 years meets on Wednesday mornings from 10am to 11.30 (term time only) and costs only £3 per child. It is located in the side chapel at St Michael & All Angels, which is contained and cosy. We have soft play mats and a lot of toys, we also provide a healthy snack for the children (and tea, coffee and biscuits for the adults!). Website

West London Dance Academy

St Michael & All Angels Parish Hall
The West London Dance Academy is an International Dance Teachers' Association (IDTA) accredited school. It offers classes in Ballet Boys' Ballet and Tap dance to children of all ages.

Blo Bar - blow dry and beauty bar

Offers mothers the chance to pamper themselves with treatments including blow drys mani /pedis waxing etc whilst babies are taken care of at the onsite creche Website

Baby Yoga with Alice Morgan

Yoga at Studio
Parent and Baby Yoga is the way for new beings. This revolutionary method lays deep foundations for physical self-confidence. It also produces emotional and mental wellbeing. The result? A secure, happy and fulfilled baby, off to the best possible start in life. Alice Morgan, anthropologist and mother of three teaches parents and their babies in a series of specially adapted yoga classes inspired by cultures from around the world. £10 for drop in session £8 per class for a school term course Website

Antenatal Yoga and Birth Prep Chiswick

These classes use specially adapted yoga poses to release tension in your changing body and strengthen postural muscles. We focus on the breath and our connection to gravity to become both stronger and lighter as the babe grows. Plenty of time is given over to weaving in birth preparation and becoming familiar with simple positions and breathwork that will comfort and guide you through labour and birth. Learning to access your own deep relaxation and forming a strong connection with your baby and your breath is central to our classes. Website

Amanda's Action Club Chiswick

Chiswick Town Hall
Amanda's Action Club delivers interactive physical development classes that babies & toddlers just love - they're fun fitness and music. Babies can join Amanda from the age of 4 months and some sessions run up to the age of 5. Parties also available. £75/10-week block, £10 pay-as-you-go Website
  1. About Bedford Park

    Bedford Park is an attractive and desirable area in west London. It forms a conservation area that is mostly within the London Borough of Ealing, with a small part to the east within the London Borough of Hounslow. The nearest underground station is Turnham Green (District Line). It can be justly described as the world's first garden suburb. The developer was Jonathan Carr who in 1875 bought 24 acres of land just north of Turnham Green Station in West London which had been constructed six years earlier. The Bedford Park conservation area stretches from Esmond Road in the West (although it is only the houses which fall on the east side of the road which are included in the conservation area), to Abinger Road in the East, from Flanders Road in the South to Fielding Road in the north.

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