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Reviews - The Victorian Bed & Breakfast

4Self Classified Bed and Breakfast Ratings explained
22 Lansdowne Road, , , Royal Tunbridge Wells, TN1 2NJ
Built in 1861, the house in leafy Tunbridge Wells has never been as Victorian as it is now. So says Harold, whose devotion to Victoriana knows no bounds. Deep colours, rich velvets, marble tables, authentic wallpapers, tasselled lamps, portraits of Queen Victoria, tea and scones by the fire…

Be prepared to take a serious step back in time. Bedrooms are simple in comparison: ruched chintz in the ground-floor double, damask in the twin below - and a door to the conservatory. Bathrooms have large mirrors and brand new fittings, breakfast is a locally sourced spread. Those in search of heritage will marvel...
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Breakfast with the Queen
Harold gave us a very warm welcomw, breakfast was amazing and the dining room was to die for! the decor throughout the house is like nothing i have ever seen, you really feel like your in another era. The beds were so comfortable, soft clean bed sheets and the bathroom beautifully decorated and clean. We really enjoyed our stay here and would definately come again!

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Jasmine Y

From poplar, UK
Who stayed in August 2014

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Exellent perfect room
We lived as in the museum.

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Eleonora Salyakhova

From Moscow, Russia
Who stayed in July 2014

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For Tunbridge Wells, I'd struggle to find something better for £100 than this place
It truly was a unique and unforgettable experience, the Victorian decoration and theme was consistent, we took a few pictures. The owner was a really nice man. It's a 10 minute walk to the train station and another 3 minutes past that to Pantiles. If you want to book a taxi from the train station to the B&B, it didn't cost us more than the minimum fair of £4 but we'd recommend just walking.

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Lawrence K

From London, England
Who stayed in November 2013

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just thought the everything was cool and relaxed

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M Daniels

From Uckfield, England
Who stayed in May 2013

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Very Unique Hotel
This is a very special place. The owner is a very friendly person and knows probably anything there is to know about English royalty...
I strongly recommend this place!

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Dejan B

From UK
Who stayed in March 2013

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Surprisingly good and great character
This was literally a last-last minute choice as was supposed to be staynig over at a friends and realised that space was lacking for by myself and my girlfriend. Anyway We booked using the mobile site and half an hour later arrived but Harold "the butler" hadn't had confirmation sent through yet but he took our word and treated us to a warm log fire and a complimentary glass of wine whilst he made up our room, which infact was actually more of a suite as we had our own living room, bathroom and bedroom. To make it even better the décor of the house is themed early 1900's with chandelears, family portait style photo's of the Royal family etc..... We thought like we'd stepped back in time as everything is done to a precise level of detail and the interior restored to probably what it was like in the Victorian era. The place has heaps of character and the owner is an ex-London Butler so is firmly aware of how to take care of you. Anyway after staying for a couple of hours to relax and chat with Harold, we made our way to the party. Harold stays up late anyway so was available to let us both in at around 2.30am and then making our breakfast at 10am which when served in the dining room has that Downton Abbey experience.

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N Williams

From London, UK
Who stayed in December 2012

Couple

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