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Hiking, Sauna, Fitness centre, Spa and wellness centre, Massage, Hot tub, Hammam, Indoor pool
Food & Drink
Bar, Breakfast in the room, Restaurant (à la carte)
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free! Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Room service, Packed lunches, Express check-in/check-out, Luggage storage, Babysitting/child services, Laundry, Dry cleaning, Ironing service, Shoeshine, Meeting/banquet facilities, Fax/photocopying, Bridal suite
Newspapers, Safety deposit box, Non-smoking rooms, Heating
From 14:00 hours
Until 12:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 3 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
Free! All children under 14 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! All children under 14 years stay free of charge for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may be applicable.
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Based on 181 reviews
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This historic Tudor house is in quiet countryside, 2 miles from Rye town centre. It is now a luxury, family-run guest house with free parking and rooms with free Wi-Fi.
Score from 53 reviews Very good
Rye Lodge is in the centre of the historical town of Rye, high on the East Cliff with views across the river. It has free Wi-Fi, free parking, a champagne bar and a swimming pool, hot tub and sauna.
Score from 159 reviews Very good
Offering characterful accommodation centred around 2 East Sussex oast houses, Playden Oasts Hotel is just 1 mile from the centre of Rye.
Score from 123 reviews Good
Featuring a charming atmosphere, friendly staff, good food, inglenook fireplaces and character beams, this pleasant country-style inn is located in the centre of Winchelsea, an ancient town in the...
Score from 70 reviews Good
Food and service comfortable beds helpful staff cleanliness quietness
Room a little too warm Very ancient TV- had to get help to operate it. Toaster at breakfast needs replacing with a more up to date model which is more user friendly.
Large spring on mattress hanging out on side of bed
Old bathrooms, awlful vinyl flooring and grout around tiles of bath need cleaning. Carpets need to be replaced. Overall it needs some TLC spent on it, carpets replaced, painting done and a really good deep clean throughout.
Lovely garden and restaurant, excellent breakfast and friendly staff.
Paid for a superior twin room so did,nt expect an old style television which you could,nt see while laying on your bed.
Staff friendly & helpful. Food very good.
Restaurant service rather slow. Found room very hot at night even though outside temperature not particularly hot. Sleep disturbed by banging doors past midnight.
room far too hot for comfort and sleep.water too hot and dangerous.
Food and staff
Comfortable hotel that suited our needs, pool is reasonable with jacuzzi and steam room that we enjoyed using. Staff generally pleasant. Cooked breakfast good quality and served quickly (perhaps too quick as it was before we finished cereal). Nice meal in restaurant on first evening however drinks pricey considering pint of Guiness came from a can.
Hotel is somewhat dated and lacking in atmosphere, it also needs some improvement and general mantinence, for example bedroom door hard to open. Shower not hot enough yet the hot tap at sink too hot. Was disappointed to be charged £9.50 to borrow a corkscrew to open a bottle of wine purchased on a visit to local wine estate (Chapel Down - highly recommended), unfortunately wasn't told about this charge before opening the wine, although complaint resolved promptly this sadly put us off using the restaurant on this evening.
The staff and the leisure facilities were great.
Food and drink comparatively overpriced.
- Style of the old part of the building - Reasonable breakfast
- Substantially neglected hotel in serious need of a refurb. - Oblivious staff - Overgrown car park, large potholes, broken lighting - Broken door handles on some room doors - Main entrance signage & lighting - terribly overpriced
I like everything about this hotel. I've stayed several times and would heartily recommend it. I've not used the spa facilities so cannot comment on them.
Excellent and very helpful staff Attractive and convenient location Light, comfortable and welcoming public rooms Good location for visiting the area Food delicious
Rooms comfortable but in need of updating Bedroom lighting rather poor Hot water slow
Loved the staff, so helpful Location was great so nice and calm. The free room upgrade - thank you! Exceptional breakfasts Pool and jacuzzi Wonderful gardens Lovely patio that we ate lunch at in our room Reception were always available Such a great place to get away from it all
Lack of wi-fi signal in the room Somewhat dated decor in rooms, we appreciate their core customers are probably over 50, but at least some rooms with no pine/chintz/older tv's would be great for younger visitors. At dinner we felt the decor was bland, different lighting would make it more cosy and perhaps change the all white tablecloths as too stark.Maybe candles too could help.
Staff were very friendly and helpful Food was excellent
Hotel now looking dated and could do with a refurbishment
The lounge and dining areas The helpful and friendly staff The breakfast was excellent
The room we had was up in the roof, it was stiflingly hot, with the window open the noise from the busy road was unpleasant we had the worse nights sleep ever. My mother in law had a room on the back of the house which was cooler and quieter however there were some cleanliness issues ie. flies and dust in the light fittings and window ledges. The drinks in the bar were very expensive.
Travelling with 2 under 3s and 2 over 70s, my husband and I were very pleased with the rooms we were given - all next to each other so that we could e near our kids and our parents but still have an evening to ourselves. The staff went over and above to provide everything we wanted and were so kind and friendly. The swimming pool was delightful and everyone was very happy to allow half an hour of splashing and larking about before my children had had enough and it could go back to being blissful and spa-like. The grounds are lovely to walk about and have plenty of areas to explore for littl'uns. Breakfast was delicious and bountiful. Would definitely recommend.
Staff and food were good
Food prices and temperature in room.
The staff in the hotel are very friendly and we had a four hour power cut on the night we stayed and they dealt with it excellently
Bathroom in the room was very dated
Staff were great
Bed had a big dip in the middle Light not working in bathroom, but then fixed Pool facilities were dated
The location Drawing Room Conservatory and Gardens Swimming Pool
Rooms were dated Shower fix was broken
I liked the spa right up to the point when a female guest left the steam room for the jacuzzi, leaving a bloody mess behind her due to being on her period. The staff member on duty merely shrugged and explained it wasn't their job to clean.
For £159 the room was extremely poor value. A 4 hour power cut left us sitting in the room in complete darkness, with no contact or support from the staff who seemed used to such privations. We more promised sandwiches as the restaurant was unable to provide dinner. We were given menus, which we read by the light of our phones. We were told the kitchen would do its best but that they were limited in what they could do as they had emergency lighting and were cooking with gas and no electricity. My fiancée and I ate our meals in complete darkness, except for the light from our mobiles. The following morning we checkout out early, instead of staying for the weekend. We were slightly surprised to find we had been charged full price for dinner, with no offer of a discount, including the complementary drink from the bar. This is the most awful hotel I have ever stayed in, and I resented paying every penny of the £200 the night in this 1980s hovel cost me. Imagine a cross between the Bates Motel, furniture from the 80s Triangle series and staff who have been lobotomised, and that still doesn't come close.
The staff were very friendly and efficient. The food was excellent, we were on a midweek break so were also able to take advantage of our taste card in the restaurant.
Our bathroom was in need of decoration and was quite dirty.
Food and staff.
The hotel and the surrounding area suffered an electric power cut from 9pm to 5am . I feel that we should have been offered a discount on the price of our stay , or perhaps an offer of a discount on a next visit.
Ideal location for those attending as an alternative to Rye itself
Some staff were not aware that the festival was on that weekend
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