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"I agree with the previous reviewer. This place has improved beyond recognition under new management. Finally Wadhurst has an eating house to be proud of. The menu has a good ..." More

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"UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT thank god!!!!! The food is amazing not the normal pub food but the quality and the price is briliant. The service is fantastic and the wine is ..." More

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A small market town dating back to Saxon times, situated on clay hills in East Sussex, only 6 miles from Tunbridge Wells, was the hub of the iron Industry in times gone by. The town was granted a Market Charter by King Henry 111 in 1253. The magnificent church of St Peter and St Paul dominates the centre of the town with itís impressive Norman Tower dating back 900 years, and a tall lean spire towering 130feet, is a must, the unusual iron grave slab memorials lays testament to the link in history with the Iron Masters that led to a great deal of wealth, their great Georgian houses still in the high street. For a fine day out, a must do, must see place is Bewl Water with a very wide range of activities, everyone in pleased from waterside walks, cycling, fishing, sailing and boat trips to canoeing, windsurfing and even rock climbing. Battís Wood is a heavily wooded wonderland where the pleasures of nature expound, the pathways can take you to Wadhurst Park where a large number of deer roam freely, whether you visit in Winter or Summer each season brings itís beauty for you to enjoy.

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Dr Collis & Partners

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Bailys Estate Agents
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Dale Hill Golf and Country Club

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Old Vine
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Bricklehurst Manor School
Stonegate C of E Primary School
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Lages & Co

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Southern Counties Chauffeur Ltd

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Wadhurst Castle

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Spring Cottage (1.44 miles)

Spring Cottage
Modern, family house with spectacular views across the Sussex Weald. Close to many National Trust properties, including Scotney Castle, Bateman's, etc. Also within easy driving distance of the coast - Brighton, Hastings, Eastbourne, Rye - ... More | visit website
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Little Tidebrook Farm (1.48 miles)

Little Tidebrook Farm

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Little Tidebrook Farm is a beautiful converted granary set in a pretty rural location in the sleepy hamlet of Tidebrook; about 2 miles from Wadhurst.It ... More
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Swan at the Vineyard (2.98 miles)

Swan at the Vineyard

As the name implies, The Swan at the Vineyard is located at the edge of our vineyard and overlooks both the vineyard and the Down conservation area of Lamberhurst.

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Hopgarden House (3.51 miles)

Hopgarden House

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Just 5 miles from Tunbridge Well, if you work in Tunbridge wells or surrounding areas we are just a 10 minute drive. Hopgarden House is Private Contemporary house situated in ... More

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Dale Hill Hotel (4.37 miles)

Dale Hill Hotel

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Located in magnificent, historic 1066 English countryside with breathtaking view across the High Weald ridges and valleys you will be surprised and delighted to discover Dale Hill. Dale Hill was recently voted ... More

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One Warwick Park Hotel (5.43 miles)

One Warwick Park Hotel
This boutique hotel in Royal Tunbridge Wells may have glossy looks, a stylish bar and sleek trappings, but it still offers a welcome thatís warm and intimate. The Brew House Hotel is the perfect base ... More | visit website
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Swan Hotel (5.59 miles)

Swan Hotel

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Situated within the famous colonnaded Georgian Pantiles, the historic centre of Royal Tunbridge Wells, the Swan Hotel offers stylish, modern accommodation. Dating from the 1600s, the ... More

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Camden Arms Hotel (5.59 miles)

Camden Arms Hotel

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The camden Arms Hotel is a 200 years old coaching inn, with a new Accommodation building,purpose built, added in May 2007. All rooms have en-suite facilities with power showers. The ... More

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Hotel du Vin & Bistro (5.72 miles)

Hotel du Vin & Bistro

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Hotel du Vin Tunbridge Wells is set in one of the historic spa town's architectural landmarks, a Grade II-listed sandstone mansion built as a private residence in 1762.We have strived ... More

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Three Chimneys Farm (5.77 miles)

Three Chimneys Farm
Set amidst glorious countryside at the end of a one mile farm track, in the heart of the Weald of Kent, on the edge of Bedgebury Forest, 4 stylishly converted Kentish farm buildings. Comfortable, ... More | visit website

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