One of England’s oldest and loveliest inns, with Norman cellars dating from 1156, the Mermaid, rebuilt in 1420, offers tradition and charm in abundance. A jewel in the crown of Rye, the inn has a wide range of accommodation including rooms with four-poster beds and fascinating secret passages. The lounge bar boasts of one of … more
There are four delightful one bedroom cottages, which have been lovingly renovated from the farm building at Cadborough Farm. One mile from Rye town centre yet in the heart of beautiful countryside. Peaceful location with plenty of on-site parking and with direct access to 1066 walks. Please visit our website for full details and tariffs … more
Coldharbour Cottage won the National Silver Award for the best Self Catering Cottage in 2010. The cottage itself has been renovated to a high standard whilst retaining many original features. The original oak beams, inglenook fireplace, old bakers oven and the garden room make this an ideal place to relax, enjoy the view and explore … more
Glorious, interior designed, former 1800s pub over four generous storeys with four bedrooms and three bathrooms plus beautiful, private, sunny garden. Featured in The Guardian, Fabric magazine, The Week and more (see links). Available all year round.
In the centre of the small, charming town of Rye, the Ship is a modern take on the traditional English inn – a cosy pub, rich in original character, with simple, comfortable en suite rooms above. Originally built in 1592, the Ship Inn is full of beautiful, historic features, including ancient wood beams and original … more