Little Saltcote Bed and Breakfast

22 Military Road, Rye, TN31 7NY, United Kingdom
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  • Solo100
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Travel Tips for Rye

Bodiam Castle

by Jenniflower

Bodiam is a fairytale medieval castle, one of the most famous in Britain. Rising from the moat which is filled with huge carp.

It was built in anticipation of a French Invasion in 1385 which never happened. Due to the castle being in fine condition you can see superb examples of old English architecture with rounded corner towers, battlements, portcullis and extensive moat.

Open: open 17 February-31 October: daily 10am-6pm (last admission 5pm) or dusk; 3 November-Mid February 2002: Saturday & Sunday 10am-4pm or dusk

The Old (pink) Vicarage

by Mariajoy

Situated in the traffic-free Church Square - the old vicarage of St Mary's Church has just recently ceased functioning after 19 years as a B&B. The previous owners recommend Jeake's House Mermaid Street.

I was going to put this as an accommodation tip but as it is no longer running as a B&B and I haven't stayed there anyway, I decided it would be best here as a general tip.

Go to "Rye old books"

by mozart_WA

If you are interested on books ( From recipes to english history , Go to the bookshops and one in particular-second hand bookshop"Rye old books" vwhere the owner, an old irish woman will welcome you with the smile . Warning: she is very talkative so don't go if you are in are in a hurry!!!
She gives very good pieces of advice and , if you are pleasant,she might make the prices lower!

Actually, I was quite lucky, because , when I went to her shop, I had just been graduating(B.A) So , she did me a present!!

Henry James' Lamb House

by KittyLou

In 1897, at the age of 55 Henry James settled into Rye's Lamb House. He used this site as the home of one of his characters in his next novel "The Awkward Age". One of the interesting pieces of memorblia on display is the letter James wrote in 1915 requesting British citizenship.

The property was given to the National Trust in 1950 "to be preserved as an enduring symbol of the ties that unite the British and American people."

Ypres Tower

by Rachael71

This is on our list for things to do next time we visit Rye, as it was closed on the day we went! The Tower would have originally overlooked the sea and formed part of the town's defences, and from this viewpoint you can see just how much natural land reclamation there has been over the years.

Nowadays the Tower is home to the town museum, and contains artefacts collected over the past 800 years.

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