If you are daydreaming about planning your next holiday, weekend or mini-break, then we’re sure our brochures about the Tunbridge Wells region will inspire you to book!
These brochures will provide you with nuggets of information about the towns, villages, gardens, stately homes and castles as well as the beautiful countryside.
Guides to Royal Tunbridge Wells
- The Miniguide is a useful leaflet with maps of Royal Tunbridge Wells and the surrounding Wealden countryside. There are notes on why the town is here, major attractions and other amazing things to do and see.
- The Heritage Walking Trail Leaflet outlines a lovely walk taking in the historic buildings and events of the town. We think you’ll be delighted with this story of our history from over 400 years ago.
The Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk
The TW Circular Walk is 27.5 miles long and as you’d expect circles the town of Royal Tunbridge Wells. There are 4 leaflets which provide you with a map and fascinating facts for 4 different sections of the walk. These sections all start and finish in the centre of the town, hence the sum of the 4 walks is longer than 27.5 miles. The shorter routes vary in length as shown below.
- Pembury – 13 miles long
- Southborough – 8.5 miles
- Speldhurst – 10 miles
- Sussex – 15 miles
If you discount the routes going through the town (the spokes) and join up the outlying routes of the individual sections, this makes up the TW Circular in its entirety. You can also obtain hard copies of these guides from the Tourist Information Centre.
Explore the countryside and more
- The guide to some of the unique churches in the area is called On the Wealden Church Trail. It provides an enlightening tour of the historic and artistic ecclesiastical architecture in the region. It’s a great way to explore the rolling hills and downland as well as exquisite English villages at their quaintest!
- The Smugglers Trail is a leaflet about the heritage of Hawkhurst.
- Discover Cranbook 2016 is about the thriving, historic town of Cranbrook.
- The Visit Cranbrook leaflet has details about the popular and creative events as well as a heritage trail which can be undertaken on foot.
- Cranbrook and Beyond provides further details about the bustling shops, events and a heritage trail which can be undertaken on foot.
These are two excellent walking guides for the Commons near Royal Tunbridge Wells. The Commons are jewels in the Royal town’s crown along with the parks, we are very lucky to have a green urban landscape. There is the Tunbridge Wells Common Walking Trail and the Rusthall Common Walking Trail. These brochures provide a map and a little information about what you might see on your rambles.
We have a leaflet including a map of the historic Dunorlan Park.