Smith & Western

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Tunbridge Wells

Smith & Western, Tunbridge Wells

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Smith & Western is an American themed hotel just a short walk from the historic Pantiles in Royal Tunbridge Wells. Formerly Tunbridge Wells West Station which opened in 1866 with train services running to the South Coast this historic Grade II listed building still showcases the original ticket office and clock tower. The American restaurant theme continues through the hotel bedrooms are named after South American tribes like Sioux Cree or Arapaho to name a few.

With bedside lights in the shape of antlers or cowboy boots these bedrooms are finished to a very high standard with all modern facilities of flat screen TVs with freeview channels coffee machines and Wi-Fi. Room rates start from ?85 for a double bedroom which includes a hearty cowboy breakfast the following morning. When you re done kippin just saddle up and go before the Sheriff locks you up! Please note the hotel reception is not 24 hours

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Tunbridge Wells Travel and Heritage Information

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