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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. Lovely room overlooking the river. The staff could have not been friendlier . The position in the centre of the town was perfect. Lovely breakfast . Own parking .
Opposite Camber’s golden beach, Gallivant Hotel offers elegant rooms with homemade biscuits and luxury toiletries. Fabulous, clean, loved the quirky little things placed around the room, just lovely touches. As a lone travellers I found the everyone so welcoming, the food was delicious, also a short walk to the beach where I enjoyed an early morning run - lovely!
Rye Lodge Hotel 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, free parking, a swimming pool and sauna. Very good,staff, location,breakfast,room,bed, bathroom.No complaints.Highly Recommend
With Norman cellars dating back to the 12th century and secret passageways in some of its rooms, this inn offers historic accommodations in Rye. Lovely breakfast. Quaint, historic inn. Glenn was the best!! He gave us a tour of the building, including its history.
34, The Tea House offers accommodations in a 15th century house in the heart of Rye. Free WiFi is available. Each room is fully modernized with an en-suite, yet retains its historical characteristics.... Brenda was warm and welcoming and the house was adorable and comfortable. Breakfast was a treat and we truly appreciated her extra efforts to make us comfortable.
Located in Rye, Rye Windmill B&B offers a free on-site parking. Among the various facilities of this property are a shared lounge and a bar. The property is set 1.1 mi from Camber Castle. Interesting setting, with friendly, helpful hosts. Cosy lounge an added bonus. Comfy bed and delicious breakfast. Fab!
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On average, 3-star hotels in Rye cost $151 per night, and 4-star hotels in Rye are $165 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Rye can be found for $153 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Would definitely come again; plenty to see and do. Mooching around the shops and galleries and Mermaids Inn and Lamb House are well worth a visit. We loved the Cobbles Tea Room off the High St, The George Grill and if you love hot chocolate, Knoops is an essential visit
Some lovely old pubs and quaint little shops - must visit ypres castle and st marys church- views from the tower are well worth the climb - we ate at the standard inn and the mahdi lounge - both highly recommended
Quaint, atmospheric town. Best for just walking around, including a hike in the countryside. Had a truly incredible dinner at Webbe's Fish Cafe. Ypras Castle Inn is a great place for a late afternoon drink -- with free live music on Sunday afternoons. Also enjoyed the hospitality and large selection of beers and ciders at Rye Waterworks.
Loved rye! Had a fantastic time! The george was great for a drink and a board game. The landgate bistro was some of the best food I've ever had! And the apothecary was great for cake! It's fab for antique lovers !
Rye is a charming town with wonderful shops and eateries in which to partake. We stayed at the Little Saltcoat B&B. A lovely B&B whose owners are tremendously accommodating and informative about things to see in the area. Walking from the B&B to the town is highly recommended. The breakfasts were fabulous and we even got a pizza delivered by a very accommodating pie shop. I highly recommend a stay in Rye and at the Little Saltcoat B&B!
Quaint, historic seaport town, frozen in time when the sea coast moved. We there during the Rye arts and music festival so town was likely unusually busy. Loved the historic buildings, pubs and churches, views and walks. Helpful interesting heritage center.
8.9 Excellent 403 reviews
Great accommodation just up the hill from Rye. Fabulous Resteraunt. Stayed in the Beach Hut, which I had read in previous reviews that it was tiny. So we decided to leave our suitcases in the car and just use backpacks, and this worked fine. Breakfast was filling and delicious. Staff were on top of everything. Didn’t have any trouble finding a space for our car in the car park at the back of the hotel. Biscuits and water given daily with room clean.
9.5 Exceptional 701 reviews
Comfortable and very well located. Excellent facilities. Relaxing atmosphere and lovely staff and owners who looked after us so well. The car parking is easy and only a couple of minutes walk away so not a problem. The breakfast menu is outstanding. This was our first visit to this hotel having stayed in Rye several times previously in the well known hotel opposite. Jeakes knocks spots off it in our book! We'll be back.
9.5 Exceptional 20 reviews
Perfect location to Rye town and very comfortable. Home from home!! When we arrived we had milk, tea, coffee and biscuits which we thought was a nice touch. Spotlessly clean and towels provided which was very handy. We normally stay at a hotel when visiting Rye but we will definately return to this property as it is fantastic value for money.
8.1 Very Good 1,386 reviews
The setting was fantastic and only 10 mins drive from Rye. The staff were all helpful and friendly. High quality food and prices were reasonable for a hotel. The rooms were spacious and clean. Nice atmosphere and relaxing stay. I did not use the spa facilities on this trip however the facilities looked lovely.
9.0 Awesome 10 reviews
From simple key access to comfortable bed, we were very pleased with our choice of accommodation! Central to everything, spacious shower and cozy atmosphere. We come to Rye every year to visit family and we won’t hesitate to book this location again! Thank you!
8.7 Excellent 491 reviews
Perfect location in the middle of Rye centre! Parking is behind the hotel for 3 pounds per day. Breakfast was amazing!! There're good restaurants in town for lunch and dinner.
8.9 Excellent 1,394 reviews
Views were stunning. Setting of hotel unique. Staff very helpful, especially the young woman in the restaurant who was totally professional. Hotel looks smart and welcoming.
8.4 Very Good 885 reviews
A wonderful hotel just a stone's throw from Historic Rye, we had room no 7 very spacious and amazing view,bathroom was huge,good breakfast and good selection.
9.4 Awesome 7 reviews
Beautifully renovated, comfy beds with lovely bedlinen, very convenient location for all the best bits of Rye. Sweet welcome pack of goodies on arrival.
Great to have a kitchen, nice and warm and very clean. Rye is amazing and the fire festival and world of legend experience is a must do for all.
8.4 Very Good 382 reviews
Handy location just outside Rye and interesting with the old oast houses combined into the hotel
9.0 Awesome 511 reviews
Lovely hotel spacious room with great facilities . A fabulous stay in gorgeous Rye
8.9 Excellent 832 reviews
The hotel was amazing! Steeped in history and full of quirky twists and turns.
9.0 Awesome 650 reviews
Quaint gorgeous hotel 😉 So different and easy to explore beautiful Rye.
9.5 Exceptional 393 reviews
My son and I stopped here for two nights to explore the local area. We found Hare & Hounds on Booking.com and thought it would be a good place. It was a great place. We were on bikes so it was a 15 minute ride to Rye along rolling hills occupied by sheep and horses. We selected The Hut, it is a renovated rail car with a kitchen and bath set off to the side of the property in a lush field occupied by flowers and bunnies. The owners thought of everything. Extremely well appointed accommodation.
8.9 Excellent 332 reviews
The bed was extremely comfortable and the room clean and well equipped! I'm not quite sure what 'boutique' is supposed to mean but the decor is neutral and stylish! The breakfast was excellent with a choice of anything from the menu rather than buffet style - I particularly enjoyed the yoghurt and granola with fresh fruit and perfectly cooked poached eggs! The quality of the full English got my husband's vote! The evening meal was very nice but pricey for what it was.
9.7 Exceptional 10 reviews
Amazing welcome and super hospitality throughout our whole stay. Paul & Alan are excellent hosts and their home is beautiful. We would most certainly stay at Saltcote again.
9.4 Awesome 305 reviews
Bathroom was clean, efflcient and roomy. Breakfast was excellent. Ample parking right next to property.
9.6 Exceptional 397 reviews
The breakfast is exceptional. The staff friendly and helpful.
8.7 Excellent 361 reviews
excellent breakfast and location