- 5 guest reviews
"This amazing b&b is the ultimate Victorian experience with rooms that are exquisitely furnished and sympathetically decorated with authentic..."
"The house is beautiful and our room, the William Morris suite, was wonderful. Harold couldn't have been more welcoming and scones by the fir..."
"The quality of this bed and breakfast surpasses most five star hotels. The bed and pillows are extremely comfortable, the towels and bath ma..."
"Really charming, it felt like staying with a friend. Our room was lovely and the bed was huge and really comfortable. Great breakfast and a..."
"I wasn't sure what to expect when I booked the Victorian B & B. I had booked a twin room for one night. I can only say that this is the most..."
About the hotel
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. . .
- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 16:30 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Victoriana at its best!
This amazing b&b is the ultimate Victorian experience with rooms that are exquisitely furnished and sympathetically decorated with authentic wallpaper and paints of the era.
Yet. You'll be pleased to know the ensuite had a superb up to date shower bringing you back into the 21st century. Breakfast was lovely with a choice of sitting times to suit you. There was a home made smoothie,, choice of cereals followed by a full English. Seated around a large table you get a chance to chat with the other guests which is really nice. Harold, the man who runs the hotel single handedly is a that of knowledge when it comes to Queen Victoria and her family - we could have listened to him for hours with his fascinating facts and anecdotes. All in all, we thoroughly enjoyed our nights stay here and wished it could have been for longer. However we did find out from Harold that he does do conducted tours of all the rooms with an afternoon tea afterwards so we hope to do this very soon.
Unique Room, Great experience.
The house is beautiful and our room, the William Morris suite, was wonderful.
Harold couldn't have been more welcoming and scones by the fire in the drawing room was the highlight. Two thumbs up.