7 Spectacular Reasons to Move to Tunbridge Wells
1) Commuting to London
With lots of new developments in and around the town Tunbridge Wells has become a favourite commuter hotspot for those working in and around London, with a direct service into the city in under an hour from the town centre or High Brooms stations.
2) Pubs and Restaurants
Whether you like the traditional old pubs with roaring fires and cosy chairs or a funky modern wine bar there’s something to suit everyone when it comes to pubs and restaurants in Tunbridge Wells.
3) Events and Activities
Tunbridge Wells and the surrounding villages have an active social calendar with something for all the family.
From theater, comedy and the arts (check out The Trinity Theater and the Assembly Hall) to live music at the many pubs of the town or at The Forum. From family fun days, a multi-screen cinema and bowling alley to beer festivals, craft events… the list goes on and on. Check out Tunbridge Wells Events for a list of what’s going on now and what’s coming up.
4) Parks and Outdoor Spaces
As well as being in the heart of ‘the garden of England’ and surrounded by beautiful countryside there are loads of parks and great outdoor spaces within Tunbridge Wells itself, meaning outdoor living is accessible for everyone right from your doorstep.
Some of our favourites include the large park and boating lake at Dunorlan, the lawns and ornamental gardens of Calverley Grounds, the scenery up at High Rocks and Grosvenor and Hillbert Park which is a great place to play, walk, exercise or just hang out.
Tunbridge Wells is perfect for a wide range of shopping interests. Royal Victoria Place is a great place to start for fashion, technology, home and more from some of the UK’s biggest high street names.
The High Street is perfect for beautiful independent shops selling more unique wares and fresh produce. Or you can head out to the North Farm Industrial Estate for super stores from big brand favourites like John Lewis, TK Maxx, New Look and others.
Tunbridge Wells has some of the best education options in the County for your children.
From pre-school right up to college level including state schools, faith schools, private schools, free schools, academies, private schools and colleges, there's lots of choice here. Visit Kent County Council – Education and Children for more information.
7) Kent and Sussex on the Doorstep
You’d need a whole new blog to write about all the great places within short driving (or bus/train) distance of Tunbridge Wells, but let's just say you’re spoilt for access to a much bigger world of activities, food and drink and places to visit from here - think castles, parks and steam railways to cycle tracks, sailing and even the beach!
If you’re moving to the area and are looking for Removals in Tunbridge Wells contact us now for a free quote or if like couple number one you’re moving to the area from overseas visit our International Removals pages.