Accommodation in Tunbridge Wells, Kent
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A Small Hotel in Tunbridge Wells, Kent
80 London Road
Accommodation Description:From: £74.00
With style and comfort coupled with convenience, this hotel set in the very centre of historic Tunbridge Wells is positioned on the edge of the rural common. The hotel was built as a residence in the Victorian era and became one of the towns leading hotels in the 1920s. Set on the edge of the verdant common, it is still only a short stroll from the shops, restaurants, cafes and theatres..
Accommodation Rating: 2* (about ratings)
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Tunbridge Wells Museum & Art Gallery - 0.3 miles (Museum)
Chalybeate Springs - 0.3 miles (Historic Building)
Spa Valley Railway - 0.5 miles (Family Attraction)
Groombridge Place Gardens - 3.2 miles (Garden)
Penshurst Place - 4.5 miles (Historic House)
Tonbridge Castle - 4.6 miles (Castle)
Capel, St Thomas Church - 4.8 miles (Historic Church)
Owl House Gardens - 5.3 miles (Garden)
Bayham Abbey - 6.1 miles (Abbey)
Chiddingstone Castle - 6.4 miles (Historic House)
Nearby Towns & Villages to Visit
Tunbridge Wells - 0.3 miles away
Tonbridge - 3.8 miles away
Groombridge - 3.9 miles away
Penshurst - 4.2 miles away
Chiddingstone - 6 miles away
Lamberhurst - 6.2 miles away
Goudhurst - 8.7 miles away
Edenbridge - 9.2 miles away
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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