Royal Tunbridge Wells, already just Tunbridge Wells, is a town in western Kent, England, 40 miles south-east of focal London, near the outskirt with East Sussex upon the northern edge of the High Weald, whose sandstone topography is exemplified by the stone arrangements at the Wellington Rocks and High Rocks. The town appeared as a spa in the Restoration and making the most of its prime as a vacationer resort under Beau Nash when the Pantiles, and its chalybeate spring, pulled in noteworthy quantities of guests who wished to take the waters. In spite of the fact that its notoriety as a spa town melted away with the appearance of ocean showering, the town remains exceedingly well known and determines approximately 30 percent of its salary from the visitor business.
It is the regulatory focal point of Tunbridge Wells Borough and the parliamentary electorate of Tunbridge Wells. The town is arranged at the northern edge of the High Weald, an edge of hard sandstone that keeps running crosswise over southern England from Hampshirealong the outskirts of Surrey, West Sussex, East Sussex and Kent—the town's topography is shown by the uncovered sandstone outcrops at the Wellington Rocks and High Rocks, and the quarries at close-by Langton Green from which sandstone was taken to manufacture houses in Tunbridge Wells. Tunbridge Wells contains green spaces that range from forest to kept up grounds and stops.