Founded in 1825, Judde House is the second oldest of Tonbridge School’s boarding houses.
The House has many notable old boys, including the businessman Tim Waterstone, the architect Sir Herbert Baker and Richard Hughes, drummer of rock band ‘Keane’.
Judde House has the following facilities.
52 beds (39 single, 3 are twin rooms, 2 dorms of 3 beds) & 1 x double bedroom.
· Dining room
· Games room with TV
· 2 x Kitchenettes with fridges
Please note that part of the site is a residence for the Housemaster and his family and the House Matron.