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Dunorlan Park - Easy Access Trail

Parent & toddler walks by Kent High Weald Partnership

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Difficulty: Easy
Length: 1.6 miles
Duration: Unknown
Family Friendly

Overview :  A short circular walk of 1.6 miles (2.6km) on a tarmac surface around and ornamental lake in a beautiful Victorian park.
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Tips:  Distance 1.6 miles (2km)
Start/Finish Dunorlan Park
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Terrain Mainly tarmac paths, short stoney section.
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Points of Interest

1. Pembury Road Car Park

2. Dunorlan Park

Once a private garden landscaped by Robert Marnock for Henry Reed, Dunorlan Park is now a much loved public park.
The park received the Heritage Lottert Fund which improved access to the park and restored many of its historical features.

3. Toilets

Radar Key required for Disabled Toilets.

4. Café

Hot and cold snacks meals, drinks and ice creams.

5. Terrace

The original Dunorlan House was located above the terrace. The terrace is the only original piece to survive.
You can find great views of the park and surrounding countryside from here.

6. Chalybeate Spring

Tunbridge Wells has always been famous for its springs since the discovery of the spring located in The Pantilles in 1606.
Local land owners tried making their own springs to compete on their own land, such as Chalybeate Spring in Dunorlan Park.

7. Boat House

Boats can be hired here throughout the summer months.

8. Hall's Hole Road Parking

9. Cascade

The cascade which water flows from the lake to the water garden has changed little since being built in the 19th Century.

10. Water Garden

This garden was created by the landscaper Marnock. Many of the original plantings are still here such as the mature pines and rhododendrons.

11. Avenue

The Avenue links the fountain with the temple and is lined with 48 cedars.