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The Royal Wells Hotel
Mount Ephraim
Tunbridge Wells
Kent

TN4 8BE | View map

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A most comfortable hotel with a commanding position, overlooking Tunbridge Wells Common.

The Royal Wells Hotel owes it's regal title to Queen Victoria, who made frequent visits as a young princess in the early nineteenth century. She later granted the use of her Coat of Arms, which are proudly displayed at the top of the building. Today the hotel still retains much of its Victorian elegance. With a commanding position overlooking the Tunbridge Wells Common and within walking distance of the town centre, The Royal Wells Inn is a traditional, family-run hotel. Eating in the superb Conservatory Restaurant, with its intimate lounge bar, is sure to be one of the highlights of your stay here. Emphasis is on fresh produce, expertly prepared and served with friendly efficiency. An extensive wine cellar compliments the high standard of cuisine and this, together with the delightful surroundings, makes The Conservatory a popular eating place for guests and non-residents alike.

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Number of Rooms: 25
Number Ensuite: 25
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Restaurant

Name: Conservatory Restaurant/Brasserie Restaurant
Cuisine: French/English
Chef: Chris Southern / David Holmes

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