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Immerse yourself in period splendour in The Victorian Bed and Breakfast in Royal Tunbridge Wells.
Royal Tunbridge Wells is a pretty spa town in Kent, just thirty miles south of London. Its history began when Chalybeate Springs were discovered in 1606. The town then essentially grew up around the spring, which sits in The Pantiles area of the town, as visitors flocked to sample the healing waters, said to cure everything from infertility to hangovers. A bed and breakfast in Tunbridge Wells is a great destination for short weekend breaks and there is plenty to see and do in the area, from shopping and museums, to historic houses and country walks.
There are some great attractions within the town itself so base yourself in a central Tunbridge Wells b and b and take advantage of what's on offer. The Pantiles area is filled with colonnaded walkways and a wide selection of antique shops, restaurants, bars and open air cafes and is a lovely place to while away an afternoon. There are regular farmer’s markets in the town where you can pick up some fresh local produce, and the Tunbridge Wells Museum holds regular art exhibitions if you're in need of a culture fix. You can also pay a visit to the Assembly Hall Theatre and the Tunbridge Wells Forum for live evening shows.
Use your B&B in Tunbridge Wells as a base for exploring the surrounding Wealden Countryside, where you can embark on long country rambles within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. For keen country walkers seeking an English B&B Tunbridge Wells is an obvious choice. There are a wealth of walks to choose from. Two notable options are the Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk and The Weald Way, which runs across Kent and Sussex.
See how many of the Seven Wonders of the Weald you can manage to take in during your trip and spend a morning or afternoon exploring Hever Castle, which is just eight miles from the town. Other local highlights include the award winning gardens and enchanted forest at Groombridge Place, where you might even spot a zeedonk - a cross between a zebra and a donkey- as well as giant rabbits, goats and alpacas. If you're booked a family friendly Tunbridge Wells B&B this makes a lovely day out with the kids. A look around the heritage steam and diesel trains at Spa Valley Railway is another great family day out option.
For an active fun-filled weekend break from a vibrant city bed and breakfast Tunbridge Wells is an ideal choice. Book your break now and discover all it has to offer for yourself.