THE HOUSE, AND ROOMS
The Lounge area: is a bright room with double aspect view and a Juliette balcony; the large, comfortable
sofa and armchair provide welcome relief after a
long day's sightseeing.
The Dining area: is adjacent to the kitchen, the circular glass topped table and tall upright leather chairs, provide a comfortable environment that may keep
you at the table all evening.
The Kitchen area: is cream coloured, with solid oak worktops and is fully equipped with five star appliances for making anything you'd like to rustle up.
The Bathroom area: is located next to the bedrooms, there is a power shower over the bath, toilet, sink, shaving adaptor, and a large heated towel rail. More importantly, we have instant hot water, so you never need to remember to switch on the heating for hot water.
The Garden area: is a relaxing place to unwind after a day exploring the hidden treasures of Rye and the surrounding areas.
The Bedrooms have top quality, V-sprung beds.
In the main bedroom we can make up the beds as either a king size or twin beds to suit your stay,
while in the second bedroom there is a standard double bed; both have bespoke headboards, creating a central feature.
We supply all bed linen, towels and soaps for
your stay and the cost of all your services are included in the cost of your week. We leave you
a Welcome Pack – a hot drink and a bit to eat –
so no need to rush to the shops if the journey has been long and arduous.
WHERE TO GO AND
WHAT TO SEE
Rye offers the prefect base at any time of the year and there's always something to do.
Rye is busy throughout the year and there are many places to visit both 'on the doorstep' or further afield, no matter whether you enjoy walking along a beach, browsing around the town, relaxing in a traditional teashop or just catching up with friends.
There's a wealth of places to see from the picturesque ruins of Bodiam, Camber or Pevensey castles, the historic houses of Lamb House, or Rudyard Kipling's home at Bateman's in Burnish. If you like gardening, or walking gardens, the renown garden of Sissinghurst Castle, the home of Vita Sackville West and Harold Nicolson or Pashley Manor. Gardens or Great Dixter, the late Christopher Lloyd's house and garden in Northiam, are all recommended to any keen gardener and is are a pleasure to visit and enjoy.