Royal Tunbridge Wells
Sitting on the edge of Kent’s ancient High Weald, with elegant shopping, a plethora of bars and restaurants, and just an hour from London, there’s so much more to Tunbridge Wells than just the waters.
St John’s Road, Tunbridge Wells, TN4 9NT
The historic spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells offers the best of town and country.
About the area
- Area of outstanding natural beauty
- Open-air theatre
Shopping and local services
Tunbridge Wells is home to many independent retailers including G Collins & Son, personal jewellers to the late Queen, as well as many local artisans and producers. The busy weekly Farmer’s Market offers a taste of fresh local produce, including award winning food and wine from Kent’s vineyards. Plus, essentials like supermarkets, a post office, GP surgery, dentist and hospital are all to be easily found in the town.
Nestled in Kent, the Garden of England, Tunbridge Wells has a thriving dining scene, from local foodie favourites like Hattons, The Spice and Sofia’s Colombian Kitchen to famous names like The Ivy. Further afield, there are plenty of quintessential English pubs to be discovered in Kent’s bucolic villages.
The great outdoors
Tunbridge Wells sits on the edge of the High Weald, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with miles of ancient trackways, woodlands and rolling hills.
It is also famous for its impressive sandstone outcrops, including High Rocks with its weathered valleys and gorges. Some of Kent’s most famous gardens are nearby too like those at Sissinghurst Castle. Plus, the south coast is only an hour away.