Special Offer £75.00 off, continued into August and September!!
About Jacquie Moore
Hello My name is Jacquie, with John, we look after and manage our home, RyeView. My family all enjoy Rye as a holiday destination whatever the time of year, and living just outside of London we are able to make regular visits. We both grew up with holidays by the coast, and love the quietness of a winter beach walk, while still enjoying the liveliness of the town all year round. Whether in January or High Season, our favourite restaurants are always busy and there's always something to do, from Bonfire Night to Scallop Week. Both our daughters visit when they can get away from London and really enjoy the brunches, tea and cakes, for which you have endless places to choose from. We are planning to live in the area eventually, when we don’t need to be in London so regularly. Having run my own brand design business for over 25 years, I know how important service is to a business and the client. I was keen to apply this to the hospitality industry. There has certainly been a lot to learn, but it has been a brilliant challenge! We are always on the look out for new ideas to make your holiday the best experience it can be – so watch this space. As we organise all of the bookings ourselves we like to speak with all of our guests first hand and really get to know what they want from their holiday – especially if it's for a special occasion! Last year we had a lady from France who had planned her wedding in the Rye Town Hall, we helped her with recommendations for catering and flowers, using locals in the town. The wedding went off to planned, our guests now Mr and & Mrs sent us some lovely photo's of their day for us to see to add to our website. We have excellent cleaning lady Sue and great friends who live in the development, so if we're not able to be there ourselves, there's always someone on hand to help.
Jacquie Moore purchased this House in 2008
Why Jacquie Moore chose Rye
We brought the house as a new build in 2008, although we have always preferred grade-listed properties, we love the warmth and style of the house. As a new build, it's been decorated to a very high standard with 5 star appliances. It's extremely comfy and warm, having been designed for us to spend quality time together as a family. There is a large cosy sofa, incredibly comfortable beds, great cooking facilities with a large oven and hob, and all the cooking utensils you could need - all perfect for lazy days spent together as a family. We hope you enjoy it, as much as my family and I do.
What makes this House unique
RyeView is a 4 star property; only 5 minutes walk from the centre of Rye, with private gated parking for 3 cars directly outside your door, a decked garden – a luxury in Rye. We prided ourselves on our 'home from home' accommodation filled with everything you will need for a break away – so no need to bring the kitchen sink on this holiday!
Not suitable with open stairs and slippery floors
Suitable for children 4-5 yrs, and babies in arms.
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Max guests:4 (sleeps up to 4 adults)
As the house is within a estate of properties we ask guests to keep all loud music and TV's down to a normal level, so not to disturb the neighbours.
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
Great property in good location
We stayed here from 12-21st July and probably needed longer. There is so much to do around Rye and beyond we really enjoyed it. The house was very well equipped with everything you would need and is in walking distance from Rye with its beautiful cobbled streets and old buildings. There are lots of lovely shops and restaurants to eat in too.
Perfect stay in Rye
3 storey house in gated complex with parking which is a bonus in Rye. 12 minute walk to Train Station where we took the train to Ashford and Eastbourne.
The house had everything you could possible need for a very comfortable stay. So clean as well.. We are hoping to return again.
Thank you for your review, returning guests are very welcome and we always offer you a small discount, just give us a call.
Brilliant place to stay
Our second stay at Rye View and once again everything was perfect. Ideally placed for Rye centre and surrounding areas. Excellently maintained property with everything supplied for a relaxing holiday. Own private parking space too - what more do you want.
Thank you for your review, returning guests are very welcome and so pleased to hear everything was just like before. Let us know if another visit is on the cards if you haven't exhausted the area already.
Great to get away for a few days! Very clean throughout, close to town and the Rye Nature reserve for walks along the coastline!
Thank you so much for taking the time to write as a review. It helps our business to know what you liked about the house and the area. Do come again and stay for longer, come back with family or friends – maybe in a warmer month, then you can enjoy the costal land and country walks.
Thank you Jacquie
Lovley clean and tidy property in A GREAT LOCATION
Th house was lovley really enjoyed our stay .
It was lovely to meet you we are so pleased that you all enjoyed your stay in RyeView and founded everything you needed in the house.
It is only a short walk into the town of Rye which is full of character – typical of an medieval town and full of tea shops and restaurant too many to eat in.
You are Welcome anytime.
HAPPY NEW YEAR – we are extending our discount offer on weekly bookings for one more week until Friday 12th January 2018 – so don't miss out, give us a call to check our availability.
For that long weekend break to keep yourself going before the Summer months do check out our 'Out of Season' bookings more flexibility on arrival times – call for availability.
Rye is a great place to visit for that relaxing breaking time of year but especially out of season. With costal walks, first class restaurants and an abundance of tea and coffee houses all to get your taste buds going!
There are plenty of places to visit right on your doorstep, whatever your interests. Whether you enjoy walking along a beach, browsing round the town, relaxing in a traditional teashop or just catching up with friends. Leave the car at home and walk into the town, you are only a short walk to the main High Street where parking can be difficult. You can take a slow stroll around the galleries and antique shops around the Strand Quay, following The Strand up to The Mint where your find even more shops of all descriptions. In the main High Street there are numerous places to eat, if you want a snack, full dinner, traditional English cream tea, or if you are missing your favourite coffee.
To help you along and to enjoy your break at Rye View there are of our favourite places you might like to try.
The Apothecary Coffee House: for your mid morning coffee try, it does tasty cakes and light meals with excellent cappuccino while your sitting in a comfortable 18th century setting. You cannot miss it as it sits on the corner of East Street and the High Street.
Fletchers House: is in Lion Street and is a good choice for your traditional cream teas, snacks or dinners. It is always welcoming and warm atmosphere with open fires if the weather has turned wet and cold outside.
Ypres Castle Inn: tucked away at the foot of the Ypres Castle tower, it has a large garden from which you can see the fishing boats coming in. All the food is prepared with fresh local produce, with excellent wines and six real ale pumps and continental lagers.
Live music can be found every Friday and Bank holidays.
Rye Delicatessen: in the High Street also offers a full range of cakes, salads, full range of delicious and unusual ‘deli’ products. Great for lunch packs if you intend to go off hiking for the day.
Rye Farmers Market: found at The Strand Quay every Wednesday between 10.00 am – 1.00 pm.
Excellent for all local produce from food to crafts, clothes and more.
Jempsons: in Peasmarsh is a local run continental style supermarket
offering local produce with traditional style service.
Budgens: in the centre of Rye is the nearest for all those essentials and with on site parking.
Camber Sands: is popular for its sandy beaches, with picturesque dunes and interesting wildlife. It is an excellent for long walks, swimming and playing ball games, the village of Camber is very close.
Winchelsea Beach: is only a short car drive or if you are feeling energetic you can cycle to Winchelsea from Rye Harbor beach, following the road through the nature reserve and along pass the old lifeboat house. The beach is pebbled with soft sand at low tide as the beach is where the marshland meets the sea. The beaches are unspoilt with few amenities but if you’re a keen bird watcher you will find many species of birds visiting the sand.
Rye Harbor Nature Reserve and beach: is a mosaic of habitats beside
the sea with shingle, saltmarsh, sand dune, rivers, pits, grazing, reed beds and farmlands. The reserve is full of wildlife for the birdwatcher or nature lover to enjoy. The walk is still enjoyable even if you are not a wildlife expert, good for the health and the William the Conqueror public house is worth a visit just to replenish your thirst.
Rye Water Sports: For those who are energetic, Rye Windsurfing Lake is a good place to start learning a new skill with two-day courses being offered in windsurfing and dinghy sailing.
Freedom Leisure Complex: A excellent way to say fit even when the weather is wet! Rye’s new 25m indoor swimming pool, air conditioned gym, plus exercise classes. Timetable available in the house
Fishing, cycle hire, horse riding tennis and golf are also available in the locality.
Rye Castle Museum: is an independent Museum run by volunteers. Its income depends on admission charges and grants from various bodies. It is visitor income that makes the museum viable. It is a registered charity and organised as a not for profit company. There is a Board of Directors, a part-time Curator, a Head Guide and a team of Volunteer Stewards.
Camber Castle: within easy walking distance from the property, lies between Rye and Winchelsea and was originally located on a shingle spit which protected the approach to these towns. The castle is open on Saturday and Sunday afternoons (2-5pm) in July, August and September or by guided walks on various dates.