Rye Lodge Hotel

Hilders Cliff, Rye, East Sussex, TN31 7LD, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Rye

Quaint little tea rooms

by Mariajoy

Rye is full of interesting little inglenooky places, each with their own history... where you can sit and drink tea, eat scones and cakes and egg sandwiches. Browsing the antique shops, visiting historic places, walking down to Rye Harbour on sunny days, windy days and rainy days. These are a few of my favourite things.

Ye Olde Water Cistern

by Mariajoy

The water cistern built in the churchyard of St Mary's in 1735 is no longer in use - but must have been an absolute God send to the local people at the time! I've been here innumerable times - but still find little streets and unusual things every time I visit!

Camber Castle

by sue_stone

Located a mile south of Rye, off the road to Rye Harbour, is the remains of Camber Castle. The castle is a little difficult to find, as it is located in the middle of a sheep-filled field - about a one mile walk from where you can park your car.

I do love a good castle ruin, so as the weather was favourable, we set off across the sheep-poo laden field to take a closer look at the castle.

Built on a site that once contained the shallow Camber harbour, the castle dates back to the early 16th century. It was built as the sea retreated, to help defend the harbour. However, by the end of the 16th century the sea had retreated so far that the castle was no longer useful.

So it now stands alone in a field, with just the sheep and the occasional tourist stopping by. The inside is open to visitors on some afternoons during summer. You can look in from the outside though, as we did. I love these types of places.

1 mile walk across fields, off the A259; 1 mile south of Rye, off Harbour Road. No vehicle access

Strand Quay

by Mariajoy

Along the quay you can see all the old black wooden warehouses which have been renovated and made into shops and restaurants. Unfortunately they are not in this photo.

Rye Tourist Information office is here too.

Ypres Tower

by sue_stone

Located just down from the eastern corner of Church Square is the Ypres Tower. The tower was part of the original 13th century fortifications that surrounded the town, and it is the oldest remaining section.

The tower was used as a prison for a few centuries, but these days is home to the Rye Castle Museum.

Take a wander to the front of the tower, have your photo taken sitting on one of the canons, and enjoy the view over the marsh.


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