Located just a 10-minute stroll from the centre of medieval Rye this holiday home is perfect for anyone looking to enjoy a holiday on foot. Rye is a busy and thriving seaside town with cobbled streets offering an abundance of craft and antiques shops along with independent cafes bars and restaurants. For those in search of a sandy beach the stunning Camber Sands is only a few miles away and offers water sports facilities excellent walks and safe swimming. Cycle hire is also available locally. Enter this holiday home into a light and airy hall where you can leave your coats and boots before continuing through to the sitting room. Here a selection of comfortable chairs and a chaise longue are bathed in sunlight thanks to the large window overlooking the Tillingham Valley. The kitchen/diner is laid out in an L-shape for spacious and sociable dining. The kitchen has a contemporary feel and features an electric oven and gas hob combination microwave/oven fridge freezer washer/dryer and dishwasher. Dine at the large table that seats seven and overlooks patio doors opening out to the garden. There is also a convenient downstairs cloakroom and a washroom. Two of the four bedrooms each have king-size beds with en-suite shower and WC and fantastic views across the Tillingham Valley. The further two bedrooms a single and a twin share the family bathroom with a shower over bath and WC. Step through the French Doors from the dining area onto a patio where a table chairs and wooden bench offer a peaceful place to unwind in the sunshine with a BBQ provided. The patio gives way to a lawned garden which is bordered by pretty plants and shrubs.
- Calendar last updated:
- 23 Jan 2019
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date.
The house had everything we needed, there were six of us, and overall we enjoyed it. Our only criticism, and for us it was quite an important issue was that all the seating in the living area was really uncomfortable, the chairs and settees were lumpy and and were well used to effect that for us there were virtually unusable. If this issue could be rectified it would have scored five stars without a doubt.