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Rye Holiday Homes: Excellent self catering accommodation in rye

We stayed in the georgian wing self catering apartment which was large,comfortable and very period.It overlooked Rye High Street and was great value for money compared with hotels in the same area.Would Highly recommend it as an alternative to staying in a hotel.
They have another 7 self catering properties in Rye to choose from.

Great room sizes and views

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Historical Travel
  • Written November 14, 2007
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Rye Windmill B&B: Rye Windmill B&B

On a short trip to East Sussex with friends we stayed one night in Rye at the Rye Windmill B&B. The Windmill is one of the Rye landmarks, and is located just out of the centre of town, though it is only about 5 minutes walk to the action. One of the things that attracted me to it when deciding where to stay was the fact that it has plenty of parking, which is apparently quite rare in Rye.

Upon booking, the owners told me that they would be out at a family function when we would arrive, but they told me where they would hide a key, along with details of our rooms and information on the town itself. It just so happened that we arrived a little earlier than expected and bumped into the owners on their way out. They were most apologetic not to be able to welcome us properly, but gave us the keys and headed off.

Our rooms were on the ground floor. They were fairly small, though with spacious bathrooms, and although the décor was slightly dated, they were clean, and completely fine for a one night stay.

Breakfast is served in a cheerful breakfast room. It includes cereal and then the usual hot breakfast - though you could choose if you wanted the small or large serve. The ingredient were good quality and our hosts were friendly.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Historical Travel, Architecture, Family Travel
  • Written October 20, 2007
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Rye Windmill Guest House: Unusual Accommodation in Rye

I haven't stayed here but this grade 2 listed building was erected in 1820 (a subsequent fire destroyed the original structure sadly) but was rebuilt. They were recently awarded a "4 diamond rating" by the English Tourist Board so I would be pretty confident to recommend this guest house to any visitor to Rye - and at 65GBP for a double room it would be an affordable place to go for a special weekend treat!

Sitting next to the banks of the River Tillingham in Rye, this lovely guest house offers a full English breakfast, (with free range eggs and apple juice from local apple growers!) free parking and a HOT DRINKS TRAY in every room!! Hooray for British Hotels!! That's certainly something the rest of Europe could consider implementing in theirs!

It's a white smock windmill in one of the most ancient and historic towns in East Sussex - and also one of the most popular places for tourists and day trippers so book early!

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  • Written December 20, 2005
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This small inn had a familiar name. There's also a Flushing, NY on Long Island. I smiled.

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  • Related to: Family Travel, Historical Travel
  • Written April 4, 2005
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Cinque Ports Hotel: Cinque Ports Hotel

A pub which has rooms available for bed and breakfast above the pub. You can drink all night at the pub then stumble up the stairs to your room.
It's located right in town with it's own carpark and is within walking distance of all the sights.

Our room was quite large and the ensuite was as big as some of the rooms we'd had! Comfy beds though don't expect quiet until the pub closes at 11pm.
There's an ironing board and iron available for use on the landing.
Our twin room with ensuite was £30 per person.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Road Trip
  • Written August 25, 2002
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