Once famed for the water that flows from its Spring, Tunbridge Wells is a historic Spa town on the Kent / Sussex border now known for its restaurants, theatres, mixture of architecture and diverse shopping.
The town is lucky enough to boast one of the top small music venues in the country, The Forum. During its 25 year history, The Forum has hosted many bands including Oasis and Mumford & Sons and is an exciting, intimate place to see both established and up-and-coming acts. Trinity Arts Centre is housed in a converted Decimus Burton church and puts on more than 350 live music, dance, drama, comedy and film screening events each year. We also have the slightly larger Assembly Hall Theatre which puts on a variety of music, comedy, dance and theatre.
A town of two halves, the old High Street or Village area has smaller shops, cafes and restaurants, while the modern, big brand shops are mostly found at the top end of the town which has a more commercial feel with numerous offices and the Town Hall. The town centre is also home to the vibrant and eclectic Camden Road, which feels more East London than West Kent, with its unique mix of independent coffee shops, cafes, barbers, art galleries and junk shops.
Each of our Tunbridge Wells town centre offices is located to take full advantage of all the town has to offer. Each is also amply served by local transport links, being a short walk from the Mainline Station (London in 44 minutes, 6 minutes to Tonbridge and its connections to the county), and an equally short walk to one or more of the town’s public car parks and bus stops.
We understand that choosing the right work space is an important decision. At any given time we may have multiple spaces available at a number of our locations and we’re happy to discuss your specific requirements to see which might suit you best.
Call, email or just complete the enquiry form and we will call back and arrange a look-round: