With the pub enjoying a lovely location on the edge of Tunbridge Wells, it’s an ideal pit-stop for a pub lunch or refreshing drink after a trip into town. Here are a few of the local attractions close to the pub:
This Georgian colonnade is a great place to spend some quality time. During the day, you can enjoy a huge variety of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. In the evening, it's a great place for dining and some wonderful live jazz nights.
Opened in 1898, this is the venue for Tunbridge Wells Cricket Club's regular matches. It was one of the host grounds for the 1983 Cricket World Cup and it was one of the venues used in the 1993 Women's Cricket World Cup, just 80 years after the pavillion was burnt to the ground by militant suffragettes protesting at the Men-Only rule!
These unique and extraordinary places are within easy reach of each other. The venues include a vineyard, an old steam train line, as well as beautiful grounds and gardens.