The Hive Eco-Hub at The Pantiles Tunbridge Wells

The Hive is giving a new lease of life for one of the oldest buildings in Tunbridge Wells at 12-16 The Pantiles.

In line with its sustainability mission, The Hive will offer a truly unique work and social space, where old meets new.

Rapidly-growing coworking and restaurant group, The Hive, is coming to the Pantiles. The Hive, currently of Cranbrook and Flimwell, has announced it will be launching its fourth flexible coworking and hospitality site, at 12-16 The Pantiles, offering customers the flexibility to work across all four locations.

Ground Floor – Kypseli Taverna

Starting on the ground floor, visitors will receive an authentic Greek welcome at the Kypseli Taverna – (Kypseli means “Hive” in Greek). Open to the public, Kypseli will offer a relaxed space where friends and family of all ages can gather to enjoy taverna dining. Fresh Kent and Sussex produce combined with  Greek ingredients will be used to create favourite Ionian dishes such as Pastitsatha, Moussaka, lamb kleftiko and 24-hour marinated souvlaki.  Other delights will include filo pastries such a spinach pie and pistachio baklava, with a variety of foods suitable for those that are vegan and gluten free. There will also be outdoor seating where diners can enjoy the buzz of Bath Square. As well as serving delicious freshly-prepared food on a daily basis, there will also be live music and an array of events, private dining and parties.

Upper Floors

Moving up to the first and second floors, coworkers will find the perfect professional environment including desk space, meeting rooms, zoom booths, and secure 1GB super-fast internet access, as well as boutique office suites for one, two, three and four people. Rooms can be coupled to create suites for larger numbers. This modern coworking space will be fully furnished with height adjustable desks, integrated charging points and mobile monitors for streaming.

A sustainable future

At the heart of the Hive’s ethos is sustainability and eco-localism. The aim of eco-localism is to build a sustainable, self-reliant community which draws upon local knowledge, skills and resources, to encourage both local community and the environment to flourish. Part of this is creating local state-of-the-art hubs that reduce the need to commute, reduce travel distances and improve the environment. At The Hive, everything is designed with sustainability in mind.

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