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The Lookout Rye, hotel in Rye

The Lookout Rye is in the center of the historical town of Rye, high on the East Cliff with views across the river. It has free Wi-Fi and paid parking.

Location was very good Abbey from Reception was happy & helpful. Hotel had a nice atmosphere. Nicely decorated.
8.0
Scored 8.0
Very Good
Rated very good
1,389 reviews
Price from$92.50per night
The Hope Anchor, hotel in Rye

This mid-18th century former inn offers unique rooms, free Wi-Fi, and excellent views of Rye.

Great location, welcoming staff. Freshly cooked breakfast each morning.
8.6
Scored 8.6
Excellent
Rated excellent
2,486 reviews
Price from$111.79per night
Mermaid Inn, hotel in Rye

With Norman cellars dating back to the 12th century and secret passageways in some of its rooms, this inn offers historic accommodations in Rye.

I came for the history. It is beautiful and well kept up.
8.8
Scored 8.8
Excellent
Rated excellent
1,950 reviews
Price from$246.80per night
The George In Rye, hotel in Rye

This hideaway is located in the center of Rye and offers well-designed rooms, local wines and a restaurant menu infused with Mediterranean zest.

Location was perfectly located within easy walking distance to everything.
8.6
Scored 8.6
Excellent
Rated excellent
967 reviews
Price from$128.60per night
The Gallivant, hotel in Rye

The sand between your toes. Sky and beach as far as your eyes can see. Wonderful food made with love. Deeply comfortable beds in beautifully thought out bedrooms. Daily yoga and wellness classes.

8.8
Scored 8.8
Excellent
Rated excellent
297 reviews
Price from$428.07per night
Playden Oasts Hotel, hotel in Rye

Offering characterful accommodations centered around 2 East Sussex oast houses, Playden Oasts Hotel is just 1 mile from the center of Rye.

Very warm welcome, great location. Lovely clean room and great breakfast!
8.0
Scored 8.0
Very Good
Rated very good
588 reviews
Price from$187.05per night
Flackley Ash Country House Hotel, hotel in Rye

Located in the Sussex countryside 4 miles from the historic town of Rye, Flackley Ash is a delightful Grade II listed Georgian country house with an award-winning restaurant, a bar and spa facilities....

Breakfast was not a buffet, you had to order form the menu. The prices were ok. The waiting time was not long. The food was properly cooked.
7.9
Scored 7.9
Good
Rated good
2,128 reviews
Price from$128.60per night
The River Haven Hotel, hotel in Rye

Located in the historic town of Rye, The River Haven Hotel is on the Strand Quay overlooking the River Tillingham. Rye Rail Station is a leisurely 10-minute walk away.

Clean, efficient and close to everything
7.9
Scored 7.9
Good
Rated good
2,158 reviews
Price from$160.75per night
The Standard Inn, hotel in Rye

The Standard Inn is located in Rye. It features a bar and restaurant, and has traditional features such as a working fireplace and wooden beams. Free WiFi is available.

Cosy and friendly pub in central Rye. Delicious food and great staff. Dog friendly!
8.8
Scored 8.8
Excellent
Rated excellent
831 reviews
Price from$168.86per night
Rye Treat, hotel in Rye

Rye Treat offers accommodations in Rye, 26 miles from Eurotunnel UK and 27 miles from Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway Adventure Park.

Continental breakfast was very nice.
9.4
Scored 9.4
Wonderful
Rated wonderful
175 reviews
Price from$162.37per night
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What Guests Said About Rye:

  • 10
    Scored 10

    An absolutely delightful place to visit with lots of little...

    An absolutely delightful place to visit with lots of little quirky shops and several good restaurants and pubs to enjoy. Had a really enjoyable meal at Diamond Koz and Mahdi Lounge both well worth a visit
    Yolande
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Rye is a beautiful little town with many small independent...

    Rye is a beautiful little town with many small independent shops. The views over the river towards the sea are wonderful. You can see this from the gun garden or the look out point at the beginning of the high street. The church is beautiful and around it is the really old part of Rye. Rye is split into 3 layers. The top where the church and the castle museum is, with all the old style black and white tudor type houses are. 2nd layer is the high street with the small independent shops. 3rd layer is where the road runs around and through Rye. Parking can be a bit difficult but head to the cattle market car park where it'll cost you £1 for ALL day. You can't park there on a Thursday as they have a market. It used to be quite large but has lost many of its traders over the years. In the car park you'll find a place called rope walk. Quite a few nik-nak shops, a cafe and service shops like hairdressers, nail bar that type of thing. It's always interesting sifting through some of the things in there. The mermaid Inn in mermaid Street is worth a look. Many Hollywood stars have stayed there but 8m not sure if they still have the photos on the wall now. Lovely big fire place, good food, a very interesting pub and of course its haunted. We found a new place to eat while we were there, it's a Turkish restaurant where the old post office used to be in cinque ports street. In November they have the bonfire parade, which is a fantastic sight and sound to experience. Unfortunately it's in danger of stopping as it's very expensive to hold. It would be a great pity to loose this age long tradition. The down side of Rye is its very steep slopes to get from one layer to the next. Some of these slops are cobbled so very slippery in the wet. The council installed Parking meters a few years ago which spoil the place.
    jane
    United Kingdom
  • 6.0
    Scored 6.0

    Rye itself is lovely.

    Rye itself is lovely. The location of property to the town was great . Just too noisy and really we went for what we thought was a secluded garden for our dog ,but was disappointed as it was just a small decking and our dog couldn't manage steps.
    Taylor
  • 10
    Scored 10

    A great oldy worldy town with fantastic pubs and...

    A great oldy worldy town with fantastic pubs and restaurants.lovely people and lots of antique and boutique shops on the high street camber and Hastings are near as is rye harbour. Simply Italian is our favourite place to eat and the waterworks micro pub is the best pub on the planet.
    peter
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Rye is an historic town that needs exploring.

    Rye is an historic town that needs exploring. Guide pamphlets are available. There are convenient restaurants and pubs to suit all tastes. Train and bus connections are good. Plenty of parking on non market days. There is a cinema. A short trip to Rye harbour allows exploration at the nature reserve with excellent information centre and cafe. Anyone with walking problems may find some of the cobbled streets challenging
    Bryan
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    If you want a really authentic Inn the Mermaid is the one...

    If you want a really authentic Inn the Mermaid is the one for you. Clean rooms and comfy bed. The staff were very helpful and food amazing. The only thing if not good on your feet is the cobbled streets but that is what you expect for this type of setting. Other than that nothing can fault it. Will definitely be back again. Also there is a lovely little cake come sandwich shop tucked down a little side pathway called The Cobbler. If not watching your diet certainly worth a visit.
    Shirley

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Rye

  • From $169.51 per night
    8.6
    Scored 8.6
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 2,486 reviews
    It is fantastic place. Well managed and comfy for guests. In fact, I noticed: lounge, bar are prepared for less active guests those who prefer not to spend evenings out of hotel; big bonus for that. However for those who still are hungry of live, town of Rye is full of attraction in the summer (I don't know how is in the winter). I like way of ordering breakfasts: special menu list with boxes to thick to avoid waist.
    Piotr
    United Kingdom
  • From $185.75 per night
    8.2
    Scored 8.2
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 1,202 reviews
    It was a bit different to what we had expected in that it was only the second pub we have stayed in as opposed to 'hotels'. It actually exceeded our expectations. Great Staff: Great Location: Great History:and Great Breakfast..!! The Ship Inn in Rye will definately be on our return destinations list.
    Robin
    United Kingdom
  • 8.8
    Scored 8.8
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 1,424 reviews
    Warm, friendly, clean and comfortable. Food- breakfast lovely varied menu. Bakery for sit in or take out option very good. Food -Excellent. Staff- Friendly, helpful and made the stay perfect for our Christmas break. Will be recommending the Whitehouse Hotel, Rye to friends and family.
    A
    Anonymous
    United Kingdom
  • From $167.17 per night
    7.9
    Scored 7.9
    Good
    Rated good
     · 2,158 reviews
    The staff were very friendly and efficient. The location of the hotel is good. It is a short walk from the historic centre of Rye.
    Graham
    United Kingdom
  • 9.4
    Scored 9.4
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 839 reviews
    Location room breakfast best hotel in rye
    Brian
    United Kingdom