"I do not call Tunbridge or Cheltenham the country"
Calverley Hotel, Tunbridge Wells (1860)
GNU Free Documentation LicenseCalverley Hotel, Tunbridge Wells (1860) - Credit: Daniel Bech

 Royal Tunbridge Wells is an English town in west Kent. It developed as a fashionable spa town during the mid-16th century, and reached the peak of its popularity during the first half of the 18th century.

Cheltenham is also an English spa town, situated in the county of Gloucestershire. It developed as a spa from the early 18th century onwards, and enjoyed a boost to its popularity following a royal visit by George III and his family in 1788.