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B&B in Royal Tunbridge Wells
Royal Tunbridge Wells is one of Kent's most historic spa towns and has been welcoming visitors for more than 400 years. It's got an achingly beautiful core, dotted with chic boutiques, wine bars and buzzy cafes, not to mention the colonnaded Pantiles, with its eclectic collection of specialist shops, restaurants, art galleries and more. There are several museums and historical attractions, all within easy reach of bed and breakfasts in Royal Tunbridge Wells. It's not all about the town, though. When you stay in a Royal Tunbridge Wells bed and breakfast, you'll be a stone's throw from the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with all its opportunities for outdoor adventures. The great news is, it's all within easy reach of the capital, London.
- Be a stone's throw from the town's attractions
- Stay with locals who know the area like the back of their hand
- Stay in a guestroom with character and personality
- Bring the kids to stay in one of the family-sized rooms
Luxurious Boutiques and Budget-Friendly B&Bs, Royal Tunbridge Wells
While there are several hotels in town, nothing beats staying in one of the friendly Royal Tunbridge Wells bed and breakfasts. Maybe it's the homely atmosphere, or the knowledgeable owners, who have been welcoming in guests for years. Perhaps it's the cost difference compared to a hotel, or their location in the centre of town. Whatever the attraction, you can always find your perfect B&B match when you look through Expedia. Just plug in your dates and budget, search through the detailed listings and book in just a few clicks. Arranging your accommodation just got a whole lot easier. There are plenty B&Bs to choose from. Some are luxurious detached properties with traditional decor, roll-top baths and home-cooked food. Others are in converted farmhouses or country cottages outside town, which put nature right on your doorstep. There are several traditional B&Bs which offer budget-conscious travellers a place to lay their head without breaking the bank. Whatever you opt for, you'll always have a stress-free break when you book through Expedia.
Guestrooms come in all shapes and sizes, but you'll always find one that fits the bill. They typically come with all the things you might expect from a hotel room, like a flat-screen TV on the wall, so you don't have to miss out on your favourite series, free WiFi, to help you research your weekend break, and facilities for making tea and coffee. If you pick right, you could have a guestroom with an ensuite bathroom or windows overlooking the historical attractions. You can even find a bed and breakfast in Royal Tunbridge Wells that has a sunny private garden, where you can escape from the bustle of the city. Be sure to take some time to talk with the knowledgeable owners, who know the town and the surrounding area like the back of their hand. Come daybreak, you can head downstairs to enjoy a full English breakfast, or a lighter option, like scrambled eggs on toast or fruit. If you're looking for a completely different type of holiday, discover the many London activities on offer instead.
Attractions for All Ages Near Your B&B, Royal Tunbridge Wells
There are more attractions to see and things to do in Royal Tunbridge Wells than you could possibly get to in just a single weekend break. If you're coming to stay in a bed and breakfast in Royal Tunbridge Wells for the first time, don't miss doing a little shopping or grabbing a bite to eat along the pretty Pantiles walkway. Then there are the historical buildings, like Penshurst Place, a 14th-century estate surrounded by spectacular gardens, or the award-winning Pashley Manor Gardens. If you come at the right time, you could hop aboard a restored steam engine and take a trip on the old Spa Valley Railway, or immerse yourself in one of the annual festivals, like the CAMRA Real Ale and Cider Festival. Alternatively, you could bring your walking boots and go hiking, or saddle up to gallop through the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.