There is no better place for Morgan Hodges in Royal Tunbridge Wells than The Pantiles: an eclectic and popular Georgian walkway of exclusive shops, galleries, cafés, bars and restaurants that hosts a regular Farmers’ Market and annual food, music and fashion festivals. Our New York loft inspired premises, at 52 The Pantiles, with its Guest Entrance on Major Yorks Road, was formerly a contemporary art gallery. And the legacy of a ceiling that leaned towards industrial design concepts has worked flawlessly with the retro mood we chose to create.

“I was introduced to Greg and the team at Morgan Hodges around a year ago, my wife and 3 daughters were already regulars, my eldest daughter even travelling down from London each time. I was instantly impressed by the very professional yet informal approach of all the staff, friendly, welcoming and most importantly very good at what they do.

Running my own businesses I fully appreciate the importance of good customer communication, interaction and quality of service, all of which are delivered with style, I genuinely look forward to my regular visits”

Paul Fleming

The space expresses both history and modernity. The exposed brickwork and vintage oak floorboards are perfect complements to the bespoke mirrors, designed by ourselves and constructed by local craftsmen from reclaimed materials, and our specific designer choices. Boby trolleys, by MOMA-celebrated designer Joe Colombo, which house all our stylists’ tools. And salon chairs, the original inspiration of Michel Quennessen in 1973, which continue in their popularity today for their design features and comfort.