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Calverley Park House

Holiday Cottage in Tunbridge Wells, Kent

from £850 pwSleeps 8

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Calverley Park House Summary

This family sized home is a fabulous example of a tastefully renovated, period townhouse perfectly situated close to everything this town can offer.

Tunbridge Wells is a hub of activity, with plenty of events throughout the year you may not wish to even leave the town. Sample the restaurants, browse the antique shops or simply pack a picnic and head to the park to soak up the afternoon sun. Well situated on the Kent / Sussex border, there are many historic attractions, gardens and galleries within a short drive or train journey away. A fantastic base, or home for a few months if you are on business or studying in the area.

If you would like some guidance from our team on this property or help in finding the ideal holiday property please call our team on 01227 464958 or email.

Calverley Park House Holiday Accommodation

Summary:
Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (of which 1 are en suite.) Enclosed garden area, permit parking on street

Ground Floor

Sitting room with TV, seating for 8

Dining area with table and seating for 8

Kitchen with electric oven, electric hob, fridge - freezer, table and seating for 4

WC

First Floor

Master Bedroom (sleeps 2), kingsize with chest of drawers, built in wardrobe, en suite WC

Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2), double bed, chest of drawers

Bedroom 3 (sleeps 2), double bed with chest of drawers

Family bathroom with roll top bath with shower over

Second Floor

Bedroom 4 (sleeps 2), twin beds with drawer space

Shower room

Outside

Patio garden with table and seating for 4

Steps up to secondary patio area all enclosed
 

Local Information about Tunbridge Wells, Kent

Tunbridge Wells rose to fame as a spa town after the discovery of a health benefiting spring, named Chalybeate Spring located where The Pantiles now stand. Since 1606, the town was the 'must see' destination of a wide range of visitors, including royalty, who all flocked to drink the iron rich spring water. As the popularity continued, shops, lodgings and eateries began to be constructed which now form the straight colonnades of The Pantiles.

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