Strictly speaking, this is — as the name would suggest — just a road in the capital, albeit a busy and arterial one. However, as is so often the case in London, it lends its name to the surrounding area. Dating back to the 14th century, the area and road get their name from John Goldhawk, a landowner of note. At the time, this place was countryside dotted with the odd cottage. Today, it’s a bustling enclave close to Shepherd’s Bush and Hammersmith. It’s popular with young up-and-comers, families and Londoners of every description. In part, that’s because it’s so easy to get to the centre from here. Within minutes, you can be driving on Bayswater Road, Hyde Park flying past your window and the breeze in your tousled hair. And if you require gay massage Goldhawk Road is unlikely to let you down. There are world-class therapists on call from our gallery, ready to take away every last ache and pain from your city-weary body.
When you’re ready to explore a little more, you’ll find shops, restaurants, convenience stores and more at your fingertips. The Tube station is on the Hammersmith & City line, making it easy to be in King’s Cross or Liverpool Street in just a handful of minutes. Or you could hie yourself down to Westfield — London’s first mega-mall — and shop till you drop. While the area has no shortage of charm, you’re also within easy reach of places of interest like Chiswick House, if you feel the need for some greenery and old-world magic. You’ve got brilliant off-West End drama at the Bush Theatre, music at Bush Hall and Shepherd’s Bush Empire or — further afield — the welcoming beauty of Richmond Park. Mingle with attractive singles and young families on the street and you’ll fall in love with the knockabout charm of this West London area. Don’t forget to stick around for gay massage in Goldhawk Road. Goldhawk Road has some of the best in town.