The green bank, which was located near the Spring and known as the Upper Walk was raised and levelled.
A double row of lime and elm trees were planted in order to provide shade for the ladies and gentlemen promenading on the Walks.
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We're conveniently located near the Assembly Hall Threatre, and The Trinity Theatre, meaning we're perfectly situated for pre-theatre dining, or simply eating out with family, friends or colleagues.It was at this time the Wells acquired its reputation as “les eaux de scandale”.In 1698, Princess Anne, who was a frequent visitor to the Wells gave £100 to have the Upper Walk paved after her son, the Duke of Gloucester, slipped and fell whilst playing.For this reason, the Pantiles in Royal Tunbridge Wells was a major holiday destination for the gentry and royalty, and today remains a charming place to browse, shop, eat, drink and stroll.The chance discovery in 1606 of a Spring with distinctive reddish tinted mineral deposits led to the development of the Pantiles and later on, Royal Tunbridge Wells.The practice of drinking from natural springs for health reasons dates back to Roman times.