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Bewl Water Estate Office,
Bewlbridge Lane,
Lamberhurst,
Kent, TN3 8JH

Bewl Water - Your outdoor adventure

Enjoy Bewl Water for the entire day for just £4 per car. The park is open at 8am and closes 30 minutes before sunset.*

Bewl Water is the largest stretch of open water in the South East. The 800 acre site is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in the heart of the High Weald. Open all year, a visit to this stunning reservoir is fantastic family fun and great value.

Looking for healthy, outdoor fun for all ages and abilities? Bewl Water offers a fantastic range of leisure and recreational activities, including fishing, cycling and boating, on and around the reservoir. There is also a café and restaurant located on the shoreline which offer dining facilities as well as event and corporate hire spaces. 

Bewl Water is situated near the picturesque village of Lamberhurst and the beautiful Scotney Castle, and within an hour's drive of Tunbridge Wells, Hastings, Tonbridge, Maidstone, Ashford, Eastbourne and Sevenoaks via the adjacent A21. A trip to Bewl Water makes for a great day out on the Kent and Sussex border.

FUN FACT: Did you know? The Bewl Water reservoir can hold more than 31,000 million litres of water – enough to provide for nearly 200 million people! 

Parking: 

Cars  £4

Horse box £10

Camper vans & caravans £7

Minibuses £12

Coaches £50

 

Walking, cycling and riding around Bewl Water 

The Route

The 12 ½ mile round water route is open to cyclists and horse riders during the drier summer months and follows a trail through woodland, meadow and country lanes all of which are made up of a variety of surfaces. Part of the Round Water Route closes during the winter months.

Route Status: 

THE ROUND WATER ROUTE IS OPEN FOR THE AUTUMN MONTHS TO CYCLES AND HORSES:

Paths from the visitor's car park as far as Hatherells Jetty on the clockwise route and to  Seven Pound Creek Jetty on the anti-clockwise route are open to cyclists and horses throughout the winter. Due to wet conditions, after this point the route is only open to walkers who must stay on the pathways at all times.

There is horse box parking signposted from the main entrance and costs £10 for the day, payable at the Waterfront Café.

Cycles can be hired from the Cycle Hire Shop, click here for more information.

 

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