Bring your group to the largest stretch of open water in the South East of England.
Set in the heart of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Bewl Water sits in acres of stunning countryside with 800 acres of scenic landscape, woodland walks and nature trails, there are a host of activities on offer at Bewl Water.


Bewl Water offers excellent facilities on site for coach parties and tours with the range of activities and dining facilities on offer at our 2 venues- The Waterfront Café and our Boat House Bistro as well as free onsite parking and easily accessible routes.


Activities include cycling (cycle hire available onsite), nature walks, fishing, sailing, pedalo hire, laser challenge, adventure playgrounds and lots more - there really is something for everyone! All venues and activities are easily accessible
Located just minutes from the picturesque town of Lamberhurst, just off the A21 Bewl water is centrally located and is a wonderful addition to any trip within Kent and Sussex which is truly a treasure trove of historic attractions and scented sites, all waiting to be explored. Just a short drive and you can delve into the historic delights that these attractions have to offer including Scotney Castle, Battle Abbey, Penshurst Place, Batemans, Bedgebury Pinetum and Chartwell just to name a few.

Bewl Water is within an hour's drive of Tunbridge Wells, Hastings, Tonbridge, Maidstone, Ashford, Eastbourne and Sevenoaks. A trip to Bewl Water makes for a great day out on the Kent and Sussex border.

Enjoy a delicious meal at The Boat House Bistro which boasts a delicious weekly changing ‘Market Menu’, and stunning panoramic views. Eating at The Boat House Bistro provides not just a delicious meal cooked from locally sourced ingredient but unparalleled views overlooking the reservoir. The beauty of Bewl Water reservoir and nature reserve take centre stage at The Boat House Bistro.