Royal Tunbridge Wells is a large commercial town, around 60,000 inhabitants and one of the most historic in Kent. It enthrals enthusiasts of 18th century architecture and its famous street - "The Pantiles" is one of the most joyful European examples of unban architecture. Modern Tunbridge Wells offers two good theatres, and a multi-screen cinema, a vast selection of shops, restaurants, pubs, cafés and teashops situated in pleasant streets where the past mingles with the present.

Tunbridge Wells is situated in the county of Kent, known as "The Garden of England" for its beautiful rolling countryside in which many castles and places of interest nestle, such as: Penshurst Place, Hever Castle (home of King Henry VIII) Leeds Castle, Chartwell (home of Winston Churchill) and Down House (home of Charles Darwin).

If you are feeling a little more active there is a bowling complex, a sports centre, tennis courts and golf courses. Depending on your sector we endeavour to include a professional visit; however we cannot promise to always find a suitable match.