West Eaton Place Mews is a very small mews off the north side of Eaton Place.
An imposing arched entrance with a crest leads into a cobbled mews, containing just a few houses.
There are some large trees on the west side.
The main house at the end of the mews has an unusually wide frontage and a garage next to it.
There are also two modern buildings with large glass frontages which nonetheless fit in well.
The street was named after Eaton Hall in Cheshire, the estate of the Grosvenor family.