Kent
Royal Tunbridge Wells
Royal Tunbridge Wells The Essential
Tunbridge Wells offers a graceful combination of Georgian and Victorian buildings amid parks, vistas and a vast semi-wild common. The town's prosperity is due to the accidental discovery of its mineral springs in 1606 by Lord North. It soon became very fashionable and new buildings were erected everywhere. Queen Anne provided the tiled paving after which "The Pantiles" are named. Queen Victoria came here on holiday.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Royal Tunbridge Wells
Calverley Park
Calverley Park
This is not really a park, but a neo
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The Pantiles
The Pantiles
The arcades of these houses make for a
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Church of King Charles the Martyr
Church of King Charles the Martyr
At the end of the Pantiles, this is a
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Scotney Castle Garden
Scotney Castle Garden
Scotney Castle Garden was laid out in
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