THE STORY OF The Drapers Arms

Dating back to the 1800s and retaining many original features from its days as a clothing factory, The Draper’s Arms is steeped in history and a cornerstone of community life along Ealing High Street. Enduringly popular with local residents and workers alike, the pub is one of the area’s most established watering holes, offering a cosy haven from the hustle and bustle of the day-to-day.

Housed in a former clothing factory, The Draper’s Arms stylishly combines sumptuous period features - including tiled floors, wood panelling and statement chandeliers - with upscale contemporary touches. Dog-friendly and offering an upstairs area for private hire, this quirkily handsome pub fosters a relaxed yet civilised atmosphere and holds the authenticity of a true British local close to its heart.

Just a short stroll from Ealing Broadway tube station, The Draper’s Arms offers an ideal spot for relaxation and refreshment after a walk around one of the area’s leafy open spaces, or a day’s retail therapy at Ealing Broadway shopping centre.

Well-connected to the rest of capital via multiple public transport links, The Draper’s Arms attracts a diverse clientele and reflects the friendly village vibe of the suburb of Ealing.