Listed in Kent
Mount Ephraim House is a Home with a distinguished and aristocratic history dating back to 1606 when it was King Charles’ hunting lodge. It is an impressive building with delightful, well-kept sheltered gardens and walkways. The home is set on a hilltop overlooking the town, and has a folly listed in a book of follies, and tunnels leading to the Pantiles, a Georgian colonnade in the town of Royal Tunbridge Wells. Much of the interior of the house is classical with carved wooden ceilings, panelled walls and stained glass windows. Mount Ephraim House is a home from home providing care for elderly frail residents.