- "My girlfriend and I stayed here on a recent break to Rye. It’s close to all local amenities and there’s an onsite car park. We had dinner in the restaurant and it was very nice. Breakfast too, was delicious, cooked with local produce. Our room was immaculate and well appointed. Great spa facilities."
- "I had a fantastic time at the Willow Tree House. I stayed for the weekend to celebrate my birthday. It was a great location being close to the town centre and local beaches and also the nature reserve. My room was spotless and very comfortable. Breakfast was very good quality with plenty to choose from."
- "This is a really special place. We stayed here for our wedding anniversary and couldn’t have picked a better location. The hosts were superb and they really go over and above to ensure that you have a lovely time. Our room was very beautifully decorated with lots of attention to detail. Breakfast was absolutely perfect!"
- "A great, pet friendly place to stay and in a lovely area, lots of walks around. The décor throughout is excellent, I believe it has recently been refurbished and everything has been done to good standards., Our room was a delight and we were very comfortable. Breakfast was delicious, there is a lovely atmosphere, all the staff happy and accommodating. Loved our short stay and look forward to another one soon as it is very good value for money all round."
Being enormously popular as a tourist town in the UK, Rye, with its close proximity to the south coast, its status as a heritage town and many attractions catering to tourists, it's not difficult to see why thousands of visitors flock to this fascinating town every year.
Over the years Rye has been a fishing port, a naval base and an agricultural centre, although today the town is mostly associated with tourism, reflected in the large number of accommodation lodgings and things to do. There are also many cafes, restaurants and old-fashioned inns and pubs, some of which were popular with the infamous smuggling gangs of the 18th and 19th Centuries.
Not far away is the historic town of Hastings, a place that will be forever etched into British history as the place at which William the Conqueror defeated King Harold II in 1066. The battle itself took place a few miles away at the appropriately named Battle, and there are many visitor attractions to allow you to immerse yourself in the rich history of the area.
Just a couple of miles away from Rye is Camber Sands on the gorgeous south coast, with clean beaches on which you can enjoy some watersports, explore the diverse wildlife and interesting dunes, or simply soak up the sun.
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Our best value B&B deal tonight can be found at The Ship Inn from £68 * with 10 rooms and a guest review score of 8.7. * Subject to availability.