Magical Rye in East Sussex, England

Magical Rye in East Sussex, England, Rye, England (B)

It was a thundery end to the week, with the wind blowing our little car around on the M20, rain battering hard on the window screen and beautiful lightning illuminating all the way in the darkness to East Sussex.

If you are planning to spend a weekend in Rye, make sure you book accommodation well in advance. It’s a popular place to visit and gets booked up pretty quickly.

We nearly lost all hope of staying in the town over the weekend before Charlie found a B&B for a bargain price and in a good location. We didn’t want to stay anywhere outside the town, so that we could go out, have a drink and be able to just walk back to our accommodation.

We arrived to Aviemore Guest House at around 10pm and what a gem Charlie had found! The hosts Tomas and Jeremy were very charming, friendly and welcoming.

We chatted with them at every given opportunity and found out lots of things about them and the cottage. They have owned the guesthouse for only a few weeks, but you can see the improvements that they’ve made themselves already. They talk about the house with big respect and trying to preserve and bring out the original features of the place. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Magical Rye in East Sussex, England
Guide Location: England » Rye
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Kristina Valisauskaite
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Aviemore Guest House
  • Camber Castle
  • Mermaid Inn
  • Mermaid Street
  • St Mary’s Church
  • Edith’s House
  • Rye Heritage Centre