The Beau Nash Tavern
You'll find us on the top of mount Ephraim, just a five minutes’ walk from Tunbridge Wells town centre. We're a busy tavern, popular with visitors and the local community alike.
We look forward to welcoming you here soon!
A bit of history...
In 1735, Richard 'Beau' Nash, a celebrated dandy and leader of fashion in eighteenth-century Britain, appointed himself Master of Ceremonies in Tunbridge Wells.
He retained control of the entertainments provided for visitors until his death in 1761.
It was under Nash that Tunbridge Wells attained the height of its fame as a fashionable resort, attended by royalty and nobility.
What our customers have said on TripAdvisor
Review us on TripAdvisor
We didn't eat here, but four of us sat in their garden last night enjoying a few drinks. The service at the bar was friendly and efficient, and it was just so relaxing sitting in the sunshine chewing the cud. A good variety of beers and they were happy to let us try some before making a decision. A really nice pub, worth a visit.