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Hotels in Tunbridge Wells

Hotel du Vin & Bistro
Crescent Road
Tunbridge Wells
Kent

TN1 2LY | View map

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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 to retain its authentic detail carefully, adding our unique touch to the 34 bedrooms with antiques and memorabilia. Guests can enjoy a game of boules, or linger over a meal on the garden terrace with its wonderful views across Calverley Park.

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Nearest Train Station: Tunbridge Wells
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Ratings/Awards: AA Townhouse Hotel
Number of Rooms: 35
Number Ensuite: 35
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Room Service - Breakfast only
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