Hazelhurst B & B

Chitcombe Road, Broad Oak Brede, Rye, TN31 6EU, United Kingdom
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Watch the wall my darling!Watch the wall my darling!

Travel Tips for Rye

Steep lanes and cobble stones

by Mariajoy

Not exactly a favourite thing.. but it all adds to the charm and character of this lovely little town..the cobblestoned streets can be quite painful on tired feet! (Or feet wearing high heels!!!) In the summer these narrow lanes get packed with tourists... and the traffic adds to the congestion. Sitting outside a pub or restaurant on a warm summers evening, people watching.

Bird watching

by Jenniflower

The serene Rye Nature reserve, is a great attraction for bird watching enthusiast!

Bird species like the Common Sandwich and Little Tern, and the Ringed Plover and Red Shank are just four of the regular local nesting birds one can view here.

Rye Harbour Nature Reserve

by Mariajoy

Sometime back in the cold dark depths of winter (Jan-July here in the UK) we decided to go for a walk out to the nature reserve. It's very bleak and barren and there's nothing here for tourists - it's just a nice walk - or it would be when the weathers nice.

The fragile shingle habitat provides a breeding haven for a multitude of birds. There are a couple of birdwatching huts provided for the real twitchers who are prepared to walk about a mile along the windiest stretch of the south coast I know! Wish I'd taken my sandwiches - and a flask of tea. Didn't see anything apart from a few miserable mallards.

Ypres Tower

by hayward68

Ypres Tower makes up one part of the Rye Castle Museum, the other being an old bottling factory on East St.
The tower is one of the oldest landmarks in Rye and has served many functions in its past, at one point as a prison.
In the tower you can view different displays of smuggling items, irowork and medieval pottery.
The hours vary during the year and from November to March is only open on weekends.
Admission is £2.90 for both buildings or £1.90 for one building.

Lamb House

by Mariajoy

The home of the writer Henry James who lived here between 1898-1916 and later was also home to Rumer Godden and EF Benson. Now owned by the National Trust, there is a beautiful walled garden here and some of James' personal effects.

Please see the second photo for opening times and ticket prices etc


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