Father’s Day fun in Tunbridge Wells

TASTY: Burgers for Dad at The Brasserie

Father’s Day takes place on Sunday 18 June this year, so rest assured that you still have plenty of time to plan something special. And if you’re looking for something a little bit more adventurous than a Number 1 Dad mug or box of chocolates, then fear not, as Tunbridge Wells prepares for a busy weekend of celebrations.


Salomons Estate

If you’re eager to embrace the start of summer, head down to Salomons Estate where the 36-acre country house is putting on a delicious alfresco-style feast. Treat Dad to a succulent selection of barbecued meats from around the world including platters of chargrilled rump steak, locally sourced sausages, and Thai coconut chicken thighs.

An array of sides will also be served in generous sharing bowls, where the whole family can indulge in Cajun fries and Jamaican slaw before finishing off on a sweet note with an Eton mess stack or millionaire’s cheesecake.

Adults cost £24.95, which includes a free pint for all dads, while children eat for half price, offering great value for the whole family. Bookings can be made on OpenTable.


The Brasserie

Located on the corner of Cumberland Walk, just a stone’s throw from The Pantiles, this delightful all-day dining restaurant is ready to impress with its delicious menu and special offer for all dads: a complimentary pint, bottle of beer, or glass of wine with their meal.

The Brasserie takes pride in sourcing all its ingredients locally, and this Father’s Day, dads can indulge in a choice of juicy burgers, garlic and chilli chicken skewers, courgette and butternut squash tagliatelle or, for a touch of nostalgia, a tempting fish finger sandwich.

For those with a sweet tooth, the dessert menu will satisfy any cravings and provide a delightful ending to the Father’s Day celebration.

Reservations can be made on OpenTable.


Bewl Water

Step back in time at the Pre-War and Classic Transport Rally and Picnic, presented by Austin 7’s at Bewl Water. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to admire a dazzling array of pre-1978 cars, commercials, and motorbikes, while chatting with fellow enthusiasts. You’ll be able to delve into the auto jumble, too, where hidden treasures and spare parts await you, before enjoying a family stroll around the 800-acre reservoir. The grounds, including Bewl Water’s Waterfront Café which serves tasty snacks and hearty lunch items, are dog-friendly, so bring the whole family along to celebrate.

Admission is free, but a small parking charge of £7 applies, granting you all-day access to Bewl Water and its wide array of exciting activities.

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