Come and discover the delights of Tunbridge Wells and why not extend your stay to take the time to explore the stunning countryside and the rich history and heritage of the Garden of England.
With its rolling fields, orchards, woodlands, country lanes, picturesque villages and enchanting Wealden towns, you will be persuaded to linger longer!
Much of the area is in the High Weald, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and an attraction in itself along with the historic houses and gardens, castles and other places of interest.
Visit at anytime of year.
Spring with its greenery and delicate pink and white blossom of the cherry and apple trees, and the intense blue of the bluebells or Autumn with its spectacular display of vibrant red and gold colours, are the most colourful.
Whether you stay for a day or a week there is always something to discover to make your visit so memorable.
In order to help you better plan your next visit to Tunbridge Wells, we have outlined a collection of links below to the more popular sections of the site.
From there you will be able to find out more information on the specific topic of your choice.
Famous, stunning gardens set in the remains of a large Elizabethan house amidst the...
Mascalls Gallery hosts a changing programme of exhibitions by Britain’s most...
Salomons Estate – Kent’s undiscovered gem Constructed by Decimus Burton for Sir...