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Spa Hotel
Mount Ephraim
Tunbridge Wells

TN4 8XJ | View map

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A sense of traditional British hospitality blends with a relaxed, modern approach to service and standards, promising a genuinely warm and comfortable welcome.

The Spa Hotel is an elegant country mansion, set in 14 acres of beautiful grounds, overlooking the historic spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells. Originally built in 1766, the hotel is privately owned by Chris Scragg of Scragg Hotels Ltd.
As befits an 18th century mansion, glorious gardens offer colour and interest in every season of the year. Enjoy a gentle morning stroll around the lakes, or early evening cocktails on the well kept lawns.

Alongside its attractively appointed bedrooms, the hotel has a luxurious health and leisure centre, Spa Health, as well as the superb beauty salon, Spa Beauty. Facilities include an indoor heated pool and 2 gymnasiums with high quality fitness and exercise equipment, steam room and saunas. Outside, there is a floodlit tennis court and a half-mile jogging trail. The aim of The Spa Hotel is to offer comfort, tranquility and excellent hospitality for all.


Ratings/Awards: AA/ETB 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 69
Number Ensuite: 69
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Name: The Dining Room
Cuisine: English with a modern flair
Chef: Steve Cole
Awards: 1 AA Rosette

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