Nr Bewl Water

The largest stretch of open water in the Southeast, Bewl Water is set in the heart of the High Weald just south of Tunbridge Wells and on the border of East Sussex and Kent. We have partnered with a fantastic pub in Lamberhurst about 20 minutes cycle ride from Bewl Water where you can just turn up and hire our bikes using the App. Alternatively if you want to travel to the area and hire bikes for the day or longer, we can arrange to deliver and collect bikes to Wadhurst station. Bike hire near Bewl Water is even better when there is a great family friendly pub at the end of your bike ride!   

Map of where to find route

Type of route: Country lanes and some off road sections of trail at Bewl Water.

Suitability: Older children and adults comfortable with cycling on country lanes.

Difficulty: Medium. Some cycling on country lanes and hills.

Lamberhurst bike hire is made easy with Countrybike.

Bewl Water route – please download our handy guide that you can also reference whilst out and about – The Vineyard – to Bewl Water cycling route map

Image of Scotney Castle
Image of Bewl Water
Image of Bewl Water

Venues nearby

These are venues in the area which we have bikes located although may be a little distance from the off road route. You are able to connect through to the off road route via country lanes which we have carefully chosen to recommend although we recommend you are comfortable with cycling on country lanes if planning to do so.

The Vineyard – Lamberhurst

Nestled by the historic Lamberhurst vineyards in the rolling Kent countryside, The Vineyard pub and restaurant is a 17th-century inn. The pub is about 20 minutes cycle along the country lanes to Bewl Water where you can then pick up the off-road trail and 10 minutes cycle ride from Scotney Castle run by the National Trust. As such, it is a fabulous base from which to head out exploring the High Weald countryside. Lamberhurst bike hire is made easy with Countrybike.

More information – click here

Image of The Vineyard pub