2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 1 Shower Room Unique Historical Cottage
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Why Irene Jones chose Rye
We love this cottage, because it is so unique; in the heart of the historic citadel of Rye. It is a grade 2* listed property which is the category designated for houses of immense historical and architectural importance and there are very few buildings in the country in this category.It has rooms, which have a good feeling of space and height for a Tudor cottage, but with all the modern facilities and close walking distance to the Kino cinema.
What makes this Cottage unique
As you are in the heart of the ancient citadel you are able to appreciate fully the beauty of this fascinating town. We love this cottage, because it is so unique; in the heart of the historic citadel of Rye. It is a grade 2* listed property which is the category designated for houses of immense historical and architectural importance and there are very few buildings in the country in this category. It has rooms, which have a good feeling of space and height for a Tudor cottage.
Children allowed - cot/highchair/foldable single bed available cot/highchair/foldable single bed available
Pets allowed - well behaved petswell behaved pets
Max guests: 5 (sleeps up to 5 adults) - The 5th person would be on a fold out bed. The 5th person would be on a fold out bed.
100% refund if cancelled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Beautiful property right in the heart of Rye.
Myself, my mum and sister had a wonderful stay. The cottage was in a perfect location, clean and tidy and extremely well equipped. We couldn’t have asked for a nicer weekend away.
Many thanks for your very kind words. We’re delighted you enjoyed it so much. We hope to welcome you back in the future.
Great and charming cottage in a perfect location in Rye
Super cottage with great facilities. You can't get more central in Rye. Definitely worth a visit!
Beautiful cottage with lots of original features. Ideally situated to explore the lovely town of Rye
The property was fantastic, better than the website implies!
Really liked the property, great character and beautifully presented. Clearly the owner likes to present it very professionally, perfectly clean, extremely well equipped and looks like it had just been decorated. Gave great information before arrival too which meant finding and using the property was simple, without a hitch.
The property is also very conveniently located if you want to walk around the beautiful town of Rye, which is lovely. Ideal for little shops, nice pubs and restaurants.
Beware of the tight staircase and very tight parking if you are mobility challenged, we're not so no problem there.
Kids loved it but more important wifey loved it, brownie points aplenty!
One of the best preserved medieval towns in England, Rye is home to the enchanting cobbled Mermaid Street, the impressive Norman church of St Mary’s, a rich selection of specialist shops and a thriving fishing fleet. The famous Mermaid Inn was once the haunt of notorious smugglers, the Hawkhurst Gang. Camber Castle, built by Henry VIII is located in the dramatic Rye Harbour Nature Reserve.
Throughout the year, Rye offers a number of festivals for you to enjoy such as the internationally renowned “Scallop Week” in February, the Maritime festival, Rye Raft race and the international Jazz festival, all in August, the Rye Arts Festival in the second half of September, Wild Boar Week in late October, the spectacular Bonfire Parade in November and the Rye Christmas Festival which begins in early December.
With a spectacular combination of coast and countryside that’s scattered with relics and ruins from the past, this area is the kind of place where you don’t just learn about history, you live it. Known world-wide for its heritage, 1066 Country offers visitors a rich historical experience.
The thriving market town of Battle is home to the very spot where King Harold fell during the fateful conflict. The Edwardian seaside resort of Bexhill-on-Sea is the birthplace of British motor racing. Europe’s largest beach-launched fishing fleet can be seen in Hastings and you can also enjoy the picturesque Old Town. Pevensey was the landing point for both the Romans and the Normans. Rye is a maritime maze of Medieval and Georgian buildings.