Hotel du Vin in Royal Tunbridge Wells ~ quintessential British style with French bistro dining

PUBLISHED: 12:51 22 October 2012 | UPDATED: 22:06 20 February 2013

Hotel du Vin in Royal Tunbridge Wells ~ quintessential British style with French bistro dining

Hotel du Vin in Royal Tunbridge Wells ~ quintessential British style with French bistro dining

Hotel du Vin & Bistro Tunbridge Wells is set in one of the town's architectural landmarks, a grade II-listed sandstone mansion built as a private residence in 1762.

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Hotel du Vin
Crescent Road,Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN1 2LY
Tel: 01892 526455
E-mail bistro.tunbridgewells@hotelduvin.com
Web: www.hotelduvin.com.



Hotel du Vin & Bistro Tunbridge Wells is set in one of the towns architectural landmarks, a grade II-listed sandstone mansion built as a private residence in 1762. Think quintessential British style: elegant and unpretentious.


Housing a plethora of features such as unique meeting and events spaces, heated cigar shack, an outstanding alfresco dining area on the garden terrace with wonderful views out across Calverley Park, and 34 timelessly styled bedrooms, all of which have been sensitively converted to retain many of their original features and complemented beautifully with antiques and memorabilia.

At the heart of the hotel is Bistro du Vin, a classic, French-styled, elegant and informal setting for lunch, dinner, to meet, celebrate or simply pass the time.


Hotel du Vin & Bistro Tunbridge Wells has launch the new Prix Fixe menu.


Changed daily, the Prix Fixe menu has a choice of four starters, four main courses and four desserts. The menu is inspired by what is available in the local market based on seasonality, giving the chef the tools to come up with delicious dishes.


Two-courses for 15.50 or three for 19.50 and with a glass of house wine included when guests dine between 6pm and 7pm or 9pm and 10pm.


The la carte menu continues to be available with its great grill section with delicious dry aged steaks that have been matured for at least 28 days and the classics of French bistro dining in its choices for all courses.


On the reverse of the la carte menu there is also a hand-picked selection of great wines for all palates and purses.


This allows the diner to make a quicker wine choice if desired, but there is still the full Hotel du Vin expansive wine list of 500 vintages to choose from. The dessert menu helpfully suggests wine or digestif pairings.


The launch of the Sunday brunch menu has already proven popular, priced at 19.95 for four-courses who could resist? This is Sunday Brunch at its most indulgent, featuring everything fromBloody Marys and Bellinis, seafood to gorgeous succulent roasts alongside a variety of other main courses to make your mouth water.


The other thing to remember at Hotel du Vin Tunbridge Wells is that there are great private dining rooms.


So the hotel can serve their great new menu to groups of friends or colleagues in beautiful private spaces for celebrations, company meetings and away days.


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