Retaining all the elegance and romance of the Victorian era, the estate offers a spectacular venue for weddings, events and conferences

Situated just two miles outside the spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells, Salomons Estate is a stunning Victorian mansion, designed by the acclaimed architect Decimus Burton. Set in 36 acres of rolling gardens, parkland and woods, it enjoys an enviable location in the heart of England’s garden, yet within an hour’s travel of Central London.

The extensive offering at Salomons Estate includes an impressive Victorian theatre, seating up to 230 guests and an intricately decorated Gold Room, a private and intimate function space located on the South side of the Terrace, with direct access to a range of gardens and woodland.  

With available space encompassing the entire Mansion House, Salomons offers a flawless setting to your corporate meeting, networking event or private function.

Salomons Estate found on the edge of Royal Tunbridge Wells has a rich and eventful history. The name of this historic estate helps preserve the memory of three generations of the extraordinary Salomons family: Sir David Salomons, the first Jewish Lord Mayor of London, who courageously campaigned for the political rights of religious minorities; Sir David Lionel Salomons, a scientists, engineer, photographer and inventor; and Captain David Reginald Salomons, whose heroic self-sacrifice during the First World War has been dramatised in ‘The Dreamers’, a West End musical.

Sir David Lionel Salomons’ passion for photography, lighting and mechanical devices is evident throughout the house. He was the first person in the country to introduce electricity to his home and he also added a private theatre equipped with one of the finest electrically driven philharmonic organs (now the only one left in the world).

The former country house has been now been sympathetically converted into a series of flexible function rooms.

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