from £61 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
from £61 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
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Townhouse / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
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Townhouse / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
Autumn a relaxing time for a break in Rye. RyeView is a 4 star VisitBritain Graded property, only 5 minutes walk from the centre of Rye. Rye is a great base anytime of year, always something to do, excellent restaurants – to get your taste buds inspired. Cooking courses, original recipes in restaurants or just go to the Rye Bay Fish and buy some yourself. A 4 star VisitBritain townhouse, only 5 minutes walk from the centre of Rye with parking directly outside your door– a luxury in Rye. Visit RyeView's new website see details below and find out all about the town and area. A 4 star VisitBritain holiday-let, only five minutes walk in from the centre of Rye, where you can find a wide variety of Antique shops, Arts and Craft shops to walk around, with tea and coffee shops to refresh the palette afterwards; a perfect place to amble without pressure. While Rye has a choice of restaurants to suit all tastes and pockets day or evening.Rye View is a lovely new holiday let is situated in a private gated development, with parking on your doorstep, an excellent position, if you are a keen bird watcher for Rye Habour famous Nature Reserve or would prefer to wander around the many Antique shops in the town. The house has been built to a high standard, following the traditional styled of the grade listed properties in the area but with all the comforts of a modern home. The house inside has been furnished with great flair to provide an extremely comfortable and attractive accommodation of 4 star grading. Rye View is a three-storey house consisting of two double bedrooms, with the option of a zip and link bed in the main bedroom, bathroom/shower room, cloakroom, lounge, and dining room with fully fitted kitchen and all amenities. The house has been fitted with quality furnishings, sprung beds, large comfy sofa and a Swedish designed kitchen. You'll find a private garden and parking for three cars, a luxury in Rye. All services, linen, WI/FI Broadband, telephone for incoming calls included in the cost of your holiday. We cannot accept pets, children under 5 years due to the two flights of open stairs.We pride ourselves on presenting the house to the highest standard of cleanliness yet with a homely character with those extra touches to make your holiday perfect. We understand that you may be tired from your journey and in need of a hot drink and a bite to eat, which is provided in your Welcome Pack.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Rye Harbour 2 km|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||800 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Lydd 10 km, Nearest railway: Rye 800 m|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Telephone, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private garden, Bicycles available|
|Access||Secure parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
From the entrance into the property you will view a hallway with a door to back garden and internal access to the garage. There is a cupboard with washer/dryer and a cloakroom with washbasin and toilet.
Open tread feature oak stairs lead to.....first floor
The Lounge and Dining Room are open plan with solid wooden floors throughout, the room has French doors open to a juliet balcony, The room is furnish with a exceptionally comfortable 3 seated sofa and armchair, slim line modern cabinet with matching wall unit with flat screen plasma Freeview TV/DVD, occasional tables – all complemented by mirrors and striking local photographs.
The dining room is an open plan area conveniently situated to the kitchen. The stylish glass topped table and tall upright leather chairs, provide a sophisticated and comfortable environment that may keep you at the table all evening.
The Kitchen provides top quality appliances including dishwasher, gas hob, electric oven, fridge/freezer and microwave with a comprehensive selection of cooking utensils, crockery.
Further open tread oak stairs lead to.... the second floor
The main bedroom is carpeted and has a king size bed converted upon request to twin as a (Zip and Link) . A large built-in cupboard with clothes hanging and shelf space, hand painted bedside tables and mirrored chest. The second bedroom is also carpeted and has a double bed, small built-in wardrobe and hand-painted furniture.
The bathroom has chrome finish taps, tiled walls and flooring. The option of a bath or shower, with a concertina style glass screen, full height heated towel rail, washbasin, shaver point and toilet.
|Further details outdoors|
The garden has been designed to reflect the local environment, using a mixture of beach shingle, decking and paving. A high wall and fencing offers privacy, with a splash of colour emerging from the newly planted flowers.
There is parking for 3 cars
PROVIDED IN THE COST OF YOUR HOLIDAY: all gas and central heating.
• Full bed linen and towels per person booked.
• WI/FI Broadband Access: connection details available in welcome notes.
• Telephone: Incoming calls only.
• A Welcome Pack just what you need after a long drive!
CHANGE OVER DAYS: All bookings start from a Friday.
The property is available weekly please refer to pricing structure for dates and availability.
SORRY: the property is NON SMOKING and we cannot accept pets, as the house isn't suitable. The property is not suitable for young children due to the open 2 flights of stairs.
The East Sussex region
Whether you are young or old there is something for everyone in Rye. You will find the ancient town of Rye once surrounded by sea, played an important part in the defense of the South coast of England; today it is still important for the local fishing fleet which is a key part of the town. As a medieval town, royalty frequently visited Rye; with Queen Elizabeth I visiting in 1573 when she bestowed the title of ‘Rye Royale’ after staying for three days. Even today it continues to attract famous artists, writers and celebrities to the area.
Rye is a popular town, small enough to discover the key places of interest over a weekend but with plenty of secret treasures to entice you to stay much longer and to return again. There are plenty of places to visit immediately 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, as you are only a short walk to the main High Street where parking can be difficult. Why not take a slow stroll around the galleries and antique shops by 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 meal, traditional English cream tea, or if you are just missing your favourite coffee. The high street with it’s half-timbered house, reached via West Street, where Thomas House stands out, most impressive, however, are the brick Old Grammar School (1635) and the George Hotel, constructed at the beginning of the 18th century. In Lion Street, to the left, tea can be taken at ‘Simon the Pieman's’ For the best view of the town you need to climb up to the clock tower of St Mary’s church found at the end of Lion Street; from here you can look over the roof tops of the houses to one of the three rivers running through the fields below. The parish church of St Mary dates back to as early as the12th century though renovated several times. The clock, was made in Winchelsea in 1561, is thought to be one of the oldest in the country.
For those interested in literature Lamb’s House can be found at the end of West Street. The home of the American writer Henry James from 1898 – 1916, the house dates from the 18th century and is a fine brick fronted house boasting a large walled garden a hidden treasure you wouldn’t expect to find within the centre of Rye.
For those who are more energetic, Rye Habour Nature Reserve is an enjoyable walk full of wildlife for the birdwatcher or nature lover. Or if you prefer a beach walk you could continue onto Winchelsea beach pass the lifeboat house and on. Camber Sands with its miles of sandy beaches with its picturesque dunes it is also very popular with wind and kite surfers though also a great place to walk. The mass of kites flying high can be seen as you approach the far end of the beach. There are several companies in the area offering courses either for children within a secure lake or adults at all levels.
The town is always busy with many different events happening throughout the year, why not check for yourself a timetable of events can be found on our website and time your holiday with an event.
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12 Aug 2013
"Excellent accomodation and location"
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 a couple of loads of washing and hang them out while away to save a job when I got home). Lovely touches, such as biscuits and wine plus handmade soaps, made us feel very welcome. The property has a good size open-plan kitchen, dining room and living room, a nice patio garden, two bedrooms and a bathroom plus downstairs loo. There's also a garage that's handy for storage. A short walk along the harbour (past an excellent fish and chip shop and several cafes) takes you to the town centre, which is so full of character we felt as though we were in a historical novel. The town has a lovely mix of heritage attractions (a model town show at the tourist centre; Ypres Tower; St Mary's Church; and a museum, although this is only open at weekends), antique and gift shops to poke around in and wonderful tea shops. For children, there's a lovely playground and a great shop called Crafty Magic, which has workshops and drop in craft activities, where you an escape from the rain. Rye is also an ideal base to get to Cambersands (a beautiful beach), the Battle of Hastings site and Dover Castle, which is the best castle I've ever been to. To summarise, both Rye and Rye View were lovely places to visit and stay and the whole family had an excellent holiday.
12 Apr 2013
"COMFORTABLE AND COSY"
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 but everything we needed was to hand. The town of Rye was interesting and also the antique shops round the quay. As the weather was so dreadful there wasn't much opportunity for bird watching on the marshes. I'm sure the coastal walks are very nice when the sun shines. We did enjoy a visit to Winchelsea and also some NT properties.
21 Aug 2012
"Great little base for Rye and surrounding area"
We stayed here for a week in August 2012. The apartment was extremely clrean and well equipped with all kitchen equipment, DVD player etc that we could have needed. A little smaller than I'd expected, although as it was a base, it was fine and the owners couldn't have tried harder to leave everything that you'd need for a good stay. There is a small garden to sit out in and the gated community meant that we felt secure during the stay. The apartment is quite near to a busy road, so traffic noise is fairly noticeable at night if you have the windows open (as we did as it was very hot on the upper level in the summer). Overall though, a well priced, attractive apartment within 5 mins walking of the town centre. Rye is a pretty town - v touristy with lots of cafes and gift/antique shops. Recommend the church tower to climb, Ypres castle pub for evening food, Cafe Zara and the Apothecary for coffees. Outside of town, Battle Abbey is a must and Camber has a great sandy (though windy) beach.