Rye is a perfect spot for a holiday because of the many activities and attractions available to visitors. A holiday rental home in Rye will put you close to all of the action whilst also providing a comfortable home base for all of your adventures.
There are plenty of activities to keep you busy whilst on holiday to Rye. Swimming, golf, horseback riding, tennis and fishing are some options. The more adventurous may want to try wind or kite surfing. Lessons and equipment rental are available. The bird spotting in and near Rye is wonderful and many rare species are often seen here making it a favourite spot amongst bird watchers
There are many interesting attractions in Rye. Whether you like history, art or natural wonders, there is something here for you. The Rye Museum is just one of many museums in and near Rye. Here, visitors can learn about the history of the area. The Ypres Tower is not the only castle near Rye. Another is the Camber Castle. This castle, built in the 1500’s, was ordered by King Henry VIII. If you visit nearby Pett Level at low tide you will be able to see a forest that is 5000 years old and is now submerged by the sea. Very lucky visitors will also catch a glimpse of “Anne”, a sunken warship that went down at the end of the 17th century. This ship is sometimes visible during low tides.
There is a distinct difference in the weather in Rye based on the seasons. The weather in Rye does not include extreme cold in winter or extreme heat in the summer. Instead, whilst it does get cold in winter, the temperatures tend to be milder than in some other areas. The average winter low temperature in Rye is between 3° and 4° C. The winter highs are between 8° and 11° C. It warms up during the spring when average lows are about 6° C and average highs are about 15° C. Average lows during the summer are between 10° and 14° C and average highs are between 20° and 21° C. There is some rain each month with October bringing the most precipitation.
The closest airports to Rye are London Heathrow Airport (LHR) and London Gatwick Airport (LGW). Gatwick is bit further away than Heathrow, but many travellers check flights to both in order to get the best fare or most convenient flight schedule from their particular point of origination.