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Rye, East Sussex, Visitor & Tourism Guide



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Rye St Mary The Virgin Church, East Sussex

Located in Rye, East Sussex, South East England, England

Less than a mile away.

Climb the tower, breathtaking views of Rye and surrounding area...

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Ypres Tower and Gun Garden

Located in Rye, East Sussex, South East England, England

Less than a mile away.

Home to the Rye Castle Museum. Thirteenth century castle. Overlooks Romney Marsh and Rye Bay. Exhibitions and information on local history....

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Old Romney St Clement's Church

Located in Old Romney, Kent, South East England, England

Approximately 7.6 miles away.

There's been a church on this site since Saxon times. Existing building Norman with later additions. The tower is fourteenth century...

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Rye Lodge Hotel, Rye
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Star Rating

Less than a mile away.

Total Rooms: 18; Rates: 95 - 175 Per Night

Staying at Rye Lodge is always an enjoyable experience at any time of the year The surroundings are elegant, the atmosphere relaxed - and the service second to none...

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The George In Rye, Rye
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Star Rating

Less than a mile away.

Total Rooms: 8; Rates: 175 - 175 Per Night

This luxury, stylish hideaway is located in the centre of Rye and offers elegant, well-designed rooms, local wines and a restaurant menu infused with Mediterranean zest...

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Mermaid Inn, Rye
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Star Rating

Less than a mile away.

Total Rooms: 31; Rates: 160 - 240 Per Night

One of Englanda s oldest and loveliest inns, with Norman cellars dating from 1156, the Mermaid, rebuilt in 1420, offers tradition and charm in abundance...

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