This charming, Gold Award winning, Grade 2 Listed Georgian Cottage will delight you!
Located in the most atmospheric location in the medieval Cinque Port town of Rye. Smugglers Cottage stands at the top of the world-famous and historic cobblestoned Mermaid Street, and
A Lovely Romantic Cottage With Real Fire In Ancient Cinque Port Of Rye
Dating from the 18th Century, and situated in picturesque East Street in the centre of Rye, Froglets is a most charming Grade Two listed cottage.
Unusually spacious, it comfortably sleeps up to six
The Quarter House is a delightful converted Grade II listed 2-storey apartment in a cottage dating back to the 1750s in the heart of beautiful Mediaeval Rye. Guests can enjoy modern conveniences, including wi-fi, jacuzzi bath etc, in ancient & characterful surroundings
A fantastic find! Clean, cosy, snug and wonderful! All your home comforts right In the centre of beautiful Rye. Perfect accommodation for both a small group of friends or a family..didn’t want to le… More
Thanks you so much! So lovely to get a review like this - so glad you enjoyed it and see you again whenever you can make it back to lovely Rye!
Reviewed 4 Jan 2018
This was booked as a surprise for my 50th by my husband and I am a hard person to please as I am a Travel Agent of over 25 years! Could not have picked a better position for access to all the best sit… More
That's the most lovely, informative and comprehensive review - thank you so much - it's great to have passed the Travel Agent test! Thanks for taking the time to describe everything so well for future guests. We're really glad you both had a great time, and it sounds like you managed to pack in all the best aspects of this lovely town (and you are right - our dog is crazy!) Hope to see you again sometime.
This fascinating Grade II* listed house of immense historical interest was built around 1530 and boasts the original Tudor turning staircase. Opposite the church and in the heart of the Citadel, the holiday cottage is heavily beamed throughout with a bread oven in the l
Absolutely fabulous house. Very quirky but very comfortable and with everything you could possibly need. Fantastic location in the town. We only stayed a weekend but wished it could have been longer.… More
“Clean, charming and cosy”
Reviewed 21 Jul 2013
The cottage was delightful, the owners very helpful and lovely. We were right in the centre of Rye, yet very peaceful. I would have no hesitation in staying here again. The cottage had everything y… More
The Blackthorn holiday cottage is a luxurious retreat for two. It is attached to the owner's home situated on the edge of Icklesham village near the ancient towns of Winchelsea and Rye with a distant view of the sea, and surrounded by beautiful AONB countryside. It has
Would definitely recommend Blackthorn Cottage - we would love to return in 2013 to recharge our batteries! The countryside views from the lounge are lovely and it is in such a quiet a peaceful setting… More
Reviewed 6 Oct 2017
Excellent relaxing retreat. Clean all facilities and everything one could ask for. Would go again and recommend.… More
Thanks for your review - short and sweet, but I appreciate your great feedback, and hope to welcome you again soon! As you are looking to buy in the area you will already know what a special part of East Sussex this is with so much on our doorstep: a varied coastline, beautiful villages and historic towns, and many National Trust properties to enjoy, but there is still so much more to see and do if guests can stay longer...
“A faultless place to stay, brilliant.”
Reviewed 1 Jul 2017
What a gem, Peter and Karen will make you feel so welcome. It's a lovely cottage down a quiet country road so peaceful, but a short distance to Winchelsea and Rye.
There isn't anything overlooked it'… More
Many thanks for your very positive and thoughtful review. Karen and I like it when Blackthorn or Cedarwood are booked to celebrate an occasion. It's an opportunity with the help of little extras to make it even more special and memorable for the guests - in the way we'd like our special occasion to be. Enjoy the rest of the summer, and we look forward to seeing you both soon - once the hips and knees have been fixed! It was great to meet you.
Chesterfield Cottage is a charming 16th century cottage, in the heart of the conservation area of ancient Rye. It is located opposite the Landgate arch and is just minutes from the historic attractions, antique shops, art galleries, bars and restaurants that Rye has to
The cottage is great for 4 people and a dog. Well equipped and the log burning stove makes it very cosy.
Richard was very helpful.
Centrally situated with lots of places to eat. Would recommend… More
I am so glad you enjoyed your second visit to Chesterfield Cottage and I look forward to welcoming you back soon.
“Beautiful cottage in central location”
Reviewed 30 Jul 2017
we really enjoyed our stay in this quaint little cottage. Everything was as described. The cottage is quite small but it was well suited for our holiday purposes. It is perfectly located to explore Ry… More
If you are seeking a quiet and relaxing break, look no further than Tilling View in the ancient Cinque Port of Rye in East Sussex. Nesting in the heart of 1066 country, This house has been newly renovated to a very high standard and offers everything you need to make yo
We were a group of four first time visitors to Rye. The house was situated 5 mins walk away from central Rye with all the boutique shops, restaurants and bars. The house was very well equipped, the be… More
Thank you for your kind comments and I'm pleased that you enjoyed your visit to Rye. Hope to see you all again soon
“What a find!”
Reviewed 21 Feb 2017
This was a great little holiday house for a much needed short break in the wonderful town of Rye. Right in the centre of everything so not far to walk, wonderful restaurants all around, nice beaches … More
Thank you very much for the kind review. I'm glad that you had a great time, hopefully see you back one day.
“Fantastic house - a true gem!”
Reviewed 6 Jan 2018
We stayed for 2 weeks and Tilling View really is a home away from home. Our family lives in Rye (we live in the US) so it gave us the perfect base. And the parking is such a bonus too! We can't wait t… More
I'm glad that you enjoyed your stay, looking forward to you staying again this summer
A former bakehouse in 1852 and now a listed building, The Cottage on the Corner provides luxury self catering holiday accomodation. Located in the bustling, heart of Rye, close to the magnificent Landgate Arch and with views of pretty Landgate Square gardens from all be
Sitting at the top of The Old Well Steps, in the eaves of a Georgian building, this is 15 Wishes. From the little balcony, there are views over the russet-red rooftops of the Citadel and toward the sea. Camber Sands and its amazing dunes are only 5 minutes awa
Rye is a beautiful small town which will linger in your memory for a long time. Its full of lovely pubs, winding cobbled streets and beautiful architecture. 15Wishes is in the heart of the town, full … More
“Historical, exceptional and luxurious”
Reviewed 1 Oct 2011
Hot spot in the centre of Rye. Very tastefully decorated and very comfortable. I would buy it if I could afford it to live in this wonderful area.… More
“Fabulous, lovely apartment and gorgeous location”
Reviewed 8 Jul 2011
We throughly enjoyed our weeks family holiday in this beautiful apartment set in a wonderful location. Great places to visit and so many things to see and do. We will definately be visiting again.… More
These quality one bedroom split-level apartments have their own access and entrance via mahogany decked steps and sun balcony.
The purpose built apartments, built on the riverbank, provide superb views of passing yachts and the marsh beyond.
The secluded location a
Excellent location and very easy access by train and car. The apartment was lovely and had everything that could be needed for self catering and more. When the sun was shining it was lovely to be able… More
“What a great find!”
Reviewed 25 Feb 2015
These apartment's are brilliantly located in a tranquil part of Rye, right on the riverbank yet only a few minutes stroll to the delights of this charming Cinque Port town and come with the added bonu… More
“Fab Place to stay”
Reviewed 13 Nov 2014
Well after searching the Web for a place to stay In Rye we stumbled upon the Boathouse
This looks nice we thought and emailed the owner .We booked for Nov 2014.We got there from Germany in the after… More
Charming house in central Rye close to the medieval Landgate an arch entrance to old Rye. Once a cinema and former shop the property has been restored into a stylish spacious interior. Enter through archway, down side passageway to private patio. The ground floo
Loved our visit here, our 2yo boy still fondly refers to his time staying in 'the cottage'. Ideally located, and easy to get to without a car. Secure and comfortable, and helpful directions/informatio… More
Reviewed 21 Apr 2015
Great holiday home in the heart of the town. Great service throughout and would definitely stay here again and would recommend to friends. … More
Reviewed 14 Apr 2017
We enjoyed two nights at Larkin House. It is a quirky little house with everything you need even down to salt and pepper! It is situated perfectly for walking around the town and near to lots of eater… More
Quiet walks on the beach without the crowds, traditional local pub with excellent food and a log fire to warm you after a good walk – what could be more relaxing. At RyeView we offer long weekend breaks, please call to find out about our availability, flexibility on arr
We had a flood in our house so we stayed in this house while the work was completed. It took longer than expected nearly four weeks! A very comfortable house with everything provided,good wi-fi and c … More
“Excellent accomodation and location”
Reviewed 12 Aug 2013
My husband and two children, age four and seven, stayed at Rye View for a week and had an excellent time.
The three-storey town house is beautifully kept and extremely well equipped (I was able to do… More
“COMFORTABLE AND COSY”
Reviewed 12 Apr 2013
We picked the coldest dullest week ever to visit Rye. However, it was always a pleasure to return to Rye View after an outing as it was lovely and warm and very cosy. Smaller than we had anticipated… More