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Bewl Water, Royal Tunbridge Wells

3.7
#3 of 8 in Parks in Royal Tunbridge Wells
Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
A scenic reservoir, Bewl Water hosts a large variety of wildlife. Walk, cycle, relax, or participate in the wide array of recreational activities on offer. Bewl Water offers a range of water activities in conjunction with specialist clubs and associations, including sailing, hydroballing, windsurfing, and some of the UK’s top-ranked still-water fly fishing. There’s even a children’s fishing pond for budding anglers. Let your competitive side out with a game of mini-golf, and let kids run wild on the adventure playground. Unwind at The Waterside Restaurant, serving hot drinks, cakes, lunches, and afternoon teas. Plan to visit Bewl Water and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Royal Tunbridge Wells attractions using our Royal Tunbridge Wells trip planning tool.
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  • We visited the Aqua Park as a family of 4 with 14yo & 18yo. SO MUCH FUN! The changing facilities are pretty basic so best to come in your swimwear and there are mesh lockers but bring your own...  more »
  • Had a very good day at bewl water, The only problem we had was trying to pay to park. The meters are ridiculous, asking to follow crazy instructions colour button s without colours, ages for ticket...  more »
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  • Parking is £4/day which isn’t bad. A couple of parks, the one for the older kids is pretty amazing, the one for the younger kids is not bad, but could do with a refresh. Some great walks around the reservoir, there is a cafe, can’t comment. Some cool water activities. Prices are a bit steep, but not bad. Hire bikes available, these are really expensive in my opinion, for bike hire and trails, I’d chose the Forest of Dean every day over this place. But for walking etc, great place, short drive from London.
  • Lovely peaceful area. Good walking paths in and out of woodlands. Good views across the lake. Good cafe and bike hire shop. Great bike track (13 miles ) but it occasionally goes on to public roads and some parts are very hilly.
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