About the Mother's Day Dining Experiences
Mum is the most important and stabilising element in a family. She is the head of the house and the queen of the manor. She cares for the children and her husband. She deserves the best treatment every day, but especially once a year, she deserves to be treated like the Queen.
On Mother’s Day, take her to Royal Tunbridge Wells for a day of pampering and imperial treatment on the Spa Valley Railway. The classic Pullman cars are pulled by a vintage steam engine through the scenic and beautiful High Weald up to Eridge. Offer her the choice between exquisitely prepared meal options, drinks, and the gentle ride and steady click-clack of a classic train dining experience. The lunch train departs Royal Tunbridge Wells at noon.
Or take Mum for a ride in the afternoon at 3 PM for the Cream Tea. Traditional treats served with hot tea on the steam train to show her how much you love and appreciate her for all that she does.
Spa Valley Railway
The Spa Valley Railway is a member of The Seven Wonders of Weald in Kent. It is a registered charitable organization, Tunbridge Wells and Eridge Railway Preservation Society, and offers members many options to support and sponsor the maintenance and upkeep of this historical English railway.
Entry To The Event
Reserve your tickets online soon as this exceptional event sells out quickly. Prices at £18 for adults, £12 for children. Paid parking is available in Royal Tunbridge Wells and at the other stations along the route, except Groombridge, where bus service is available.
Somewhere to Stay in Kent
For the regal treatment for Mum, stay the night at the Ashdown Park Hotel & Country Club. This neo-gothic house situated on a parkland estate will wow mom. Take her for a dip in the indoor pool or set the kids to the water while she relaxes poolside with the free Wi-Fi. The Hotel du Vin Tunbridge Wells offers refined rooms in a restored Georgian mansion. If Mum is more for the outdoors, Crowborough Camping and Caravanning Club Site is highly rated and offers great service and wide-open space for the children to play.
Getting To West Station
Ride the train to ride the train. Direct trains run from Charing Cross to the station at Tunbridge Wells on the Southeastern line. Multiple bus services offer service to the Royal Tunbridge Wells West station from many points in the region. Driving down from the greater London area, use the A21 to Tunbridge, then join the A26 south to Royal Tunbridge Wells. The RTW West Station is along the route.
Other Things To Do Around Royal Tunbridge Wells
The area is rich in history. High Rocks are breathtaking sandstone rocks interconnected with the use of 11-bridges for visitors to wander through and see the natural wonder. Or, like many have since 1606, visit the natural Chalbeayte spring. In 1909 King Edward VII recognized the significance of the city and its many royal visitors, including Queen Victoria. From this recognition, the town received the 'Royal' prefix. Nearby Scotney Castle is part of the National Trust. These castle ruins and Victorian mansion are situated in majestic woodlands and park. Hever Castle and Gardens dates back to 1270 and offers a vast array of collected items from the Tudors, lavish furnishings, and offers visitors a go at either a yew tree or water maze.
★★ Bring Mum for a day of pampering and show her how important and how much she is loved for Mother’s Day on the Spa Valley Railway. ★★
When is the next Mother's Day Dining Experiences?
The Mother's Day Dining Experiences is planned to take place at West Station, Nevill Terrace, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 5QY, Sunday 22nd March, 2020. This is a Railway Event.
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