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Welcome to Premier Inn Tonbridge

Address: Pembury Road, Tonbridge, TN11 0NA

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Ideally located, Premier Inn Tonbridge is a short walk from Tonbridge Train Station and near Tonbridge Castle, providing the perfect base from which to explore the surrounding area. Some of the comfortable rooms at Premier Inn can accommodate 2 adults and 2 children (under 16 years). The 2 children are also served a free full breakfast, when accompanied by an adult eating a full breakfast. The full all-you-can-eat breakfast includes cooked items, vegetarian options and a wide continental selection. Premier Inn Tonbridge is next to The Vauxhall Chef & Brewer restaurant, serving traditional cuisine in a cosy environment, with open fires. There is free parking and a 24-hour reception at this Premier Inn. Tonbridge Wells is only 1 mile away while Gatwick Airport is 23 miles from the hotel.

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  • Disabled Facilities
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Vegetarian Food Available

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Penshurst Place and Gardens - Historical Houses

Penshurst Place and Gardens - Historical Houses

Distance 4.22 miles (6.74 km)
Penshurst Place is one of England's finest historic houses set in the Weald of Kent's peaceful rural landscape. Built of local sandstone, the mediaeval house with its magnificent Barons Hall dates from 1341 and is one of the finest examples of 14th century architecture. Later additions have seen Penshurst Place grow into an imposing defended manor house, containing state-rooms filled with a remarkable collection of tapestries, paintings, furniture, porcelain and armour. Penshurst has been the ancestral home of the Sidney family since 1552 and successive generations have shaped its development. Penshurst's most famous son, Sir Philip Sidney, the chivalrous soldier poet, was a symbol of loyalty and bravery in the Elizabethan era. The Toy Museum, which includes the Yootha Rose Collection, creates memories of nurseries in years gone by, with dolls houses and toy soldiers as well as toys from several generations of Sidney children.

Bayham Old Abbey - East Sussex - Castle

Bayham Old Abbey - East Sussex - Castle

Distance 6.35 miles (10.16 km)
Standing on the Kent and Sussex borders, this Premonstratensian monastery was founded by Robert Thornham at the turn of the 12th century, and was one of only two houses in England coming directly under the dependency of Premontre (the mother-house in France). Constructed from the golden-coloured local sandstone, Bayham Abbey displays a richness of decoration that was unusual in Premonstratensian churches. The outstanding quality of the carving is also something of a mystery in what was a relatively modest foundation.To provide access from both counties, there were originally two gatehouses at Bayham Abbey. The Sussex gatehouse has disappeared without trace, but the faade of the early 14th century Kentish gatehouse was retained to present a romantic feature in the grounds of the later Old Abbey House.