Dennise Robinson
Dennise Robinson - Author of Tunbridge Wells Life.

Visit Tunbridge Wells

Visit Tunbridge Wells

Holiday Away From The Hustle And Bustle

A rustic, warm and friendly pub and restaurant overlooking the picturesque village green of Terling and open countryside. It is a perfect stop off point to refresh yourself away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. It is only 10 minutes from junction 7 of the M25 and two hours to any part of Southern England, via a series of beautiful 17th Century coaching inns. Set in a village location with views of the Kent country side, Ivinghoe Beacon Hotel has been a Four Star hotel for many years.

We are ideally situated at the junction of the A404, A4 and M1 motorways, Tunbridge Wells Life (  An easy drive to London (35 miles), Heathrow Airport (37 miles) and the South Coast 70 miles). The River Medway winds it’s way along the southern boundary of Kent, forming our border with Sussex and Hampshire. It meanders through quiet wooded countryside and its picturesque villages offer an escape from hectic city life, where you can relax, unwind and explore. There are plenty of reasons why you should visit the Kent coast for a holiday.

Fresh Air In The Garden Of England

My family and I love to get out in the fresh air in the South of England (the Garden of England).  The South East of England is home to fantastic parks, forest and countryside.  We frequently get out on car boots, picnic breaks, bike rides and organised walks – and lately we've added in dog walking for our two pooches. There's a great range of planned walks available from all sorts of places including tourist websites, boot retailers, dog walking companies and so on.

The East Sussex countryside is a patchwork of green, and filled with places to explore on foot. A rich variety of habitats are found here, from woodlands to meadows, hedgerows to riverside. There are many walks you can enjoy in the area ranging from short villagers strolls to long distance paths. Sure there are many garden centres and big box stores within the UK which treat this essential element of British life as a commercial enterprise.

But if you want to get back to nature, here is a list of locations around the UK that is perfect for observing the wildlife in their natural habitat. The Garden of England is an appropriate name for the West and South-West part of England which lies mainly on east-facing slopes and terraces where the soil is deep, fertile and loamy.  It is also popularly known as the Weald (pronounced "wald"), a Saxon term for woodland.

Relax In Style In The Countryside

The Weald is a vast mixed woodland landscape of low hills and shallow valleys in south-eastern England. Once it stretched from Kent to Hampshire, but now the South Downs and North Downs separate the area. There were once villages dotted all over the Weald, including many Saxon settlements, but most of these have now been abandoned. The various villages that still exist today are well worth seeing for their village greens, duck ponds, historic pubs, historic houses and gardens.

Here at In Bed by Ten Apartments we negotiate every year to secure you the best deals at the best prices for luxury apartments and hotels in and around Wealden and surrounding areas. Included in this are 10% off Open Top Bus Tours of Brighton & Hove or Pevensey Bay, enjoy an overnight stay with breakfast in a historic hotel on Pevensey Bay, such as The Cliff or The Lamb Inn, or stay in a luxury apartment overlooking the sea or countryside.

The Weald is the historic name for an area of South East England that lies south of London and which predates the founding of a single kingdom. This ancient landscape encompasses three counties: Surrey, Sussex and Kent, each of them covered with rolling hills, lush valleys and meandering rivers. It is among these gentle undulations that you will find the Wealden villages. Wealden holidays the Heart of England. For Wealden breaks and vacations, you're close to the famous cricket towns of Kent, Sussex and Surrey, as well as Brighton-on-Sea.

Easy Does It : Easy To Get Here, Easy To Book!

The city of Manchester is only a one-hour train ride from London. It's a bigger and better city than London and has numerous deals to be had. You can stay in a bed and breakfast with a British home-cooked breakfast for as little as £35. The latest offers on cheap flights can be found at www. cheap-citybreaks4u. com. To book with the offer code, follow step 'A'. Easy does it : Easy to get here, Easy to book.

 Rest awhile in a homely bed and breakfast with a mouth-watering British home-cooked breakfast and get hands on advice about the area. Located so close to Ambleside, you will be walking distance from the centre of this beautiful Lake District village on the shores of beautiful Esthwaite Water. We offer B&B accommodation in one of our lovely bedrooms, a hearty breakfast cooked fresh each day and the chance to get valuable insider knowledge about the local area.

If you're visiting York for business, unwinding with friends or just travelling on through, we're ideally situated and exactly what you need. There is quite a bit to do and see in this part of West Wales. The accommodation at the Gildart is aimed at people who want to get under the skin of this part of the world, get friendly with some of the locals and enjoy a more homely bed and breakfast experience.

The place where you stay says a lot about a town. And The Bullock inn is a lovely friendly place with special home-cooked breakfasts, beer and wine. Are you looking for country house hotels in the Wealden villages?. The white cliffs are one of the most famous things about Kent and arguably England in general. Many people don’t realise it, but there are also some great towns just along the coast. You’re probably fed up of hearing about my love for Thanet, but as I’ve never told anyone else about it, I might as well write an article about it.

Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk

Tunbridge Wells is a beautiful and historic town in the heart of Kent, England. It has history in the form of numerous medieval castles and monuments in addition to large arboreal parks. For those looking for a day trip or vacation spot, Tunbridge Wells is an excellent destination. There are numerous services available to make your trip as easy and hassle free as possible. Here at Weeroute you can browse the  Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk map photo gallery, including photos of Kent landmarks such as Biggin Hill Airport, Bedgebury National Pinetum, Cathdray Watermill and more.

The Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk is a 27. 5 mile (44. 3km) route that explores the wide variety of countryside and architecture in the Royal Borough of Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Although it is possible to complete the walk in one day it is much better to break it down into sections between 2 – 3 days between the Easter weekend and early September when most fields are harvested or restored. Have you seen the mud? Apparently it’s been raining in Tunbridge Wells this past week, and it’s left behind the muddiest country paths I’ve encountered so far.

Fortunately, as a keen walker, I prepared well by wearing my waterproofs, but anybody else would have been left covered in mud—unless they were walking the Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk. Looking for the best British holiday?  Take a walk on the wild side with this 27 mile circular route around Royal Tunbridge Wells, in Kent. Handsome villages, ancient woodland and the finest collection of 18th-century follies in Britain are just a few of the sights that you can enjoy along this well-marked circular walk.

If you are interested in circular walks around the area, with maps and route ideas, this is the right place for you. The Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk was created by me, Phil Marchant, who has lived and worked in the town for more than 15 years. The Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk is a 27. 5 mile (44. 3km) route that takes in the best of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, passing through the historic town of.

Hole Park Gardens

Hole Park Gardens is a unique place. Scattered across 15 acres of land are formal landscaped gardens, woodland walks and an amazing bluebell wood. The Gardens comprise over 13 different kinds of garden, including beautiful displays of spring and summer flowering bulbs, scented borders filled with peonies, colour throughout the seasons and spectacular views across the countryside. Hole Park Gardens is the jewel in the crown of Nottinghamshire's park and garden offer. The first thing that will strike you as you approach this 15-acre oasis is not only its beauty but also the remarkable contrast it presents compared to its surroundings.