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66 St John's Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN4 9PE
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5 reviews of Mount Edgcumbe in English
The Mount Edgcumbe, boasts peaceful elegance in the heart of the busy town of Tunbridge Wells, it stands surrounded in picturesque common land, making it a popular choice to dine, offering one of the Best Menu’s for dining in Town to suit all from the Discerning diner to those who are on a Budget, the bar and Real garden are a great place to socialize.
I love this pub and it's so versatile. A venue of choice for me for a quick drink, lunch, dinner or pub crawling.
At the top of town and surrounded by the picturesque 250 acres that is the Tunbridge Wells Common, you could be forgiven for missing it entirely. The building, like so many in the area, is a beautiful period building dating back to the 18th Century, but quite uniquely Mount Edgcumbe boasts its very own 4th Century Cave as part of the interior (yes 4th!), which I have enjoyed many a candle lit drink in.
Gorgeous garden, gorgeous food and one Sunday a month they now host a live music night introducing new local talent. A perfect pub that word has it is even good enough for Brad Pitt.
Doubles as a brasserie and pub. Great location down its own winding drive off Mount Ephraim, or you can stroll up from town via the common and through the big pub garden, which is a great place to chill out on warm summer nights. Haven't been for brasserie purposes, but it's a great place for a couple of Sunday night pints. The Harveys is good, and they do a delicious still cider - best drunk in halves as it's quite potent. And it's organic (if that's your thing). Extra plus points to note: it's built into rocks and has a grotto, and you're quite likely to get a plate of roast potatoes and Yorkshires and a pot of gravy appearing on your table on a Sunday evening. And a mention has to go to the intriguing eye-level fishtank in the men's toilet - gives you something to focus on...
One of the classic pubs of Tunbridge Wells. A beautiful weather boarded place located on The Common with a comfortable interior and its own (genuine!!!) grotto. Well kept Harveys, very friendly bar staff & good music on Sunday night.
Lovely setting, lovely food, lovely people. This place is tucked away from the road down a gravel path and is a beautiful setting, summer or winter.
Perfect for a romantic meal or a family get together, their sunday roasts are fantastic.
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