Period property in heart of village

Period property in heart of village

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home was refurbished in 2014. The wood burning stove in the main room makes for an attractive feature and lovely source of heat in the winter months. The property is laid out over 4 floors. There are 2 double bedrooms and a further childs room with two single beds. The kitchen has seating round a breakfast bar and there's a formal dining room adjacent. Leading out from the kitchen to the rear is a courtyard garden that is laid with synthetic grass. The house is within a very short walk of The Grove, a public park, created by the Duke of Buckingham in 1703 and close to the High Street and the historic Pantiles, which provide a delightful selection of independent shops and eateries and vibrant cultural activities.

There are direct train services to London Bridge/ Cannon Street/Charing Cross in under the hour from Tunbridge Wells station, which is a 5 minute walk away.

There's heaps to do in and around Tunbridge Wells. For the sporty, there's fantastic road and mountain cycling, golf, cricket, football and rugby clubs and and a variety yoga studios close by.

For the ramblers, there are numerous parks and green spaces and plenty of country walks to be had. There's lots of shopping and dining right on your door step and even a 2 theatres within walking distance, several art galleries plus the usual multiplex cinema and a sports & indoor tennis centre. Check out the historic Pantiles and the markets held there, sip champagne and eat oysters at Sankeys or try some heavenly courgette cake at our personal favourite 'The Cake Shed'.

Kent is called 'The Garden of England' and you'll soon see why. There are plenty of places of historic interest worth visiting including Chartwell House (Winston Churchill's home), Hever Castle where Ann Boleyn lived, 14th century Scotney Castle with it's romantic garden and moat.

You won't have to drive to get to the local supermarket, there's one a short stroll away and we're near all the best shops in town too.


2 Reviews

More about us

  1. Point swap (or no-simultaneous swap) for Summer 2020 available at end of August

  2. We are a couple with a 7yr old boy.

  3. Alasdair is a stay at home Dad who likes his cooking and the allotment. Lisa enjoys yoga and music.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Tunbridge Wells Hotel
Cool bars
Tunbridge Wells bar & grill
Cozy cafés
Juliets, The Cake Shed
Retail therapy
The Pantiles
Bit of culture
Hever, Leeds, Scotney & Chisinghurst Castles
Walks in the park
Dunorlan, Calveley High Rocks,
Spot of exercise
Mountain biking at Bedgebury
Day tripping
Hever Castle

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