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The weather in Royal Tunbridge Wells
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. July is the warmest month in Royal Tunbridge Wells with average maximum temperatures of 22°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Royal Tunbridge Wells holiday cottages in Kent, the Garden of England
Royal Tunbridge Wells accommodation is varied; there are flats in the middle of town with all the mod cons, older terraced cottages and larger country properties offering more space for larger groups and families visiting Kent.
Foodie attractions in the Garden of England
It's hardly a surprise that an area where agriculture is so important has a very strong foodie scene. Choose between Michelin-starred fine dining restaurants, country pubs selling hearty home-cooked food, or visit one of the county's farmers' markets to pick up local fruit, vegetables, meat or dairy products to take back to your holiday cottage for a delicious meal.
Worth a visit is the Hush Heath Winery, where visitors can take a guided tour through the production process of the award-winning wines, and sample a few of the products in the on-site shop.
Himalayan adventure in the Kent countryside
One of Kent's quirkiest outdoor attractions are the River Hill Himalayan Gardens, which have been specially designed to appeal to families. Get involved with building a den in the woods, go on a Yeti hunt, get lost in the maze or just let the kids go wild in the adventure playground.
Walk in the footsteps of Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII at Hever Castle
Just a short drive from your Royal Tunbridge Wells accommodation is Hever Castle, one of England's most famous Tudor homes. The castle is most famous for its association with Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII and there is plenty of information and artefacts from the family's time at the castle.
Both the castle and its extensive grounds are open to the public, and there is a regular programme of events throughout the year. Don't miss the traditional yew maze and modern water maze. For an experience to remember, book afternoon tea served in the oldest part of the castle.
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