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Broadwater Bed And Breakfast
   
24 Clarendon Way, Tunbridge Wells, TN2 5LD
   +44 (0)1892 528161
 
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Single from: £55.00
Double from: £85.00
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Tunbridge Wells Kent has many great tourist attractions to offer travelers. There is The Pantiles a shopping area that is one of the most visually appealing and popular areas of Tunbridge. It is the perfect backdrop for its cafes that enjoy the pavement in the summertime and other entertainment. The paving was originally set in the 1700s by Queen Anne. It has the square clay Pantiles that the area is named after. The area is also the home of Chalybeate Springs and Bath House. Chalybeate stands for impregnated with iron salt. It was built in 1804 to to give warm vapor and shower baths of mineral water and from Easter to September visitors can still enjoy this spa water.

Sir Winston Churchill's country home from 1922 through 1965, Chartwell, is close by in a tiny town called Westerham. The house has not changed one bit from when it used to be Churchill's home. There are five rooms in the home open to public view. They are the dining room. Clementine's bedroom. Drawing room, library and of course Churchill's study.

Henry the 8th's second wife, Anne Boleyn lived in Tunbridge as a child at Hever Castle. After her tragic beheading the castle was given by Henry the 8th to Anne of Cleves. It dates back to the 13th century and was converted in to a stately residence in the 16th century. Later it was restored by the Astor Family in the 20th century.

Smarden, a nearby village that has won Kent's best kept village title many times. It is the home to more than 100 of the parish's half timbered, brick and weatherboard constructed houses that are listed with the historical society. Smarden is located beside the River Buelt. During the Tudor times and Middle Ages this village was a cloth industry center and many of the magnificent houses found there were built by the rich cloth merchant's who called Smarden home.

At Groombridge Place Gardens visitors will find jaw dropping parkland and magnificent walled gardens which have a backdrop of a classical moated mansion form the 17th century. Visitors will be invited to explore its Enchanted Forest and view its great assembly of birds of prey.

Leeds Castle has one of the most romantic setting in all of England. It rises form a peaceful lake that has black swan gliding over it with reflections of turrets and battlements in the background. A 500 acre garden and park surround the castle. It was built on two small islands as long ago as 857 AD. The castle made of stone was then rebuilt in 1119. Edward I and Eleanor of Castile made it one of their favorite retreats in the 13th century Then Henry the 8th improved upon the castle even more in the early 16th century


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