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Royal Tunbridge Wells

Willicombe Park is just a short distance from Royal Tunbridge Wells, an elegant town that has remained popular since its Georgian heyday. It offers high-class shopping and numerous restaurants, along with convenient transport links to London.

There are plenty of places to go, such as The Assembly Halls Theatre, a popular place for music and comedy events, dance and drama or the annual pantomime. Among the others are Penshurst Place & Gardens, Bayham Old Abbey, Hever Castle & Gardens and more.

Further afield

For those that wish to escape the hustle and bustle of the town centre, Royal Tunbridge Wells offers a wide variety of places to visit, including Knole in Sevenoaks, Calverley Grounds, Dunorlan Park, Scotney Castle and others.

Scotney Castle - National Trust

Scotney Castle is an English country house with formal gardens south-east of Lamberhurst near the River Bewl in Kent.

The gardens, which are a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a celebrated example of the Picturesque style, are open to the public.


Scotney Castle with a pond on a summer day
Knole castle made of stone on a sunny day

Knole - National Trust

Knole in Sevenoaks is a magnificent 600-year-old estate that spans 1,000-acres and is Kent’s last medieval deer park.

Originally built as an archbishop’s palace, Knole passed through royalty to the Sackville family who still live there today.


Calverley Grounds 

Dating from the 1830s, the Calverley Grounds is a popular local park situated in the heart of Royal Tunbridge Wells. It offers refined landscaped gardens, a playground, café and sports courts.

Dunorlan Park 

Dunorlan Park is spacious and charming with wild grassy slopes and stunning views across the lake.

The Hop Farm

The Hop Farm is Kent’s iconic and historic landmark, over 450 years old. A 400-acre Country Park in Beltring, near East Peckham in Kent, the Hop Farm holds the world’s largest collection of Victorian oast houses. A major supplier of hops to London breweries in the 19th and 20th centuries, families across the south east and beyond used to spend the summer holidays working in the rolling countryside around the farm, harvesting hops and preparing them to be transported. Nowadays, The Hop Farm Family Park is packed full of attractions.

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