Kiln Cottage is a comfortable place to stay, and just the right size for 2 people and their dog. From this 1-bedroom holiday home, it’s just a 5-minute walk into the centre of Rye and its assortment of pubs, restaurants and shops.
Once the hang-out for smugglers, Rye has an interesting past as one of the Cinque Port towns. And with Camber Sands just minutes to the east and Hasting a few miles to the west, there are plenty of places to visit within a few miles.
So if your looking for a seaside adventure that will keep the kids entertained for hours to come, this brilliant cottage could well be the place for you.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
Flat Screen TV
About Kiln Cottage
With one double bedroom upstairs, Kiln Cottage sleeps 2 people in comfort. Downstairs is the shower room and W.C., plus an open-plan living-dining area. The seating section has a sofa, armchair, TV and DVD player with a dining table and chairs for 2.
In the kitchen section, a gas oven, microwave and fridge-freezer have been fitted for self-catering. Outside, a small courtyard offers a quiet place to eat, and it comes with a barbecue. One dog is allowed to stay here.
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Things To Do in Rye, Nr Hastings
Rye is a fortified town with an impressive hilltop location in East Sussex. There’s a lot to be discovered in the town, from the old church to the Rye museum housed in a 13th-century tower. With cobbled streets and a harbour too, Rye is a pretty place to spend a holiday.
The Rye Museum is housed in Ypres Tower, a building that has served as a prison, mortuary and a private home in the past. From the top, you can see for miles and right across to Romney Marsh. The town was a meeting place for the Hawkhurst Gang of smugglers, and the Mermaid Inn was their favourite drinking spot.
Today, it’s a thriving pub and restaurant that’s well worth a visit if you are looking for refreshments. Along the coast is Camber Sands, a wide stretch of beach backed by dunes. It’s deep enough to find your own special spot to sit and perfect for windsurfing and kite surfing – both are popular here.
Travel a little further east and you come to Dungeness where the flat expanse of pebbles and train-carriage buildings give the area a unique feeling like no other. It’s home to an eerie power station, and the starting point of the Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Railway line – a miniature railway that runs for 13 miles. In the village of Winchelsea, there’s a picturesque old church called St Thomas’ that has medieval tombstones, stained glass windows and beautifully carved details.
If you like antiques, drive inland to Tenterden, it takes around 20 minutes from Rye. This charming town has lots of antique shops as well as boutique stores off all kinds. There are places to have coffee and cake too, and a market takes over the high street every Friday.
Rye, on the lovely south coast of Sussex, is a charming place to go on holiday. The old town itself has cobbled streets, quaint old buildings, a harbour and a magnificent church with a view.
In the centre, the pubs and restaurants are popular with day-trippers and locals, and the fish and chip shop here serves tasty takeaways to enjoy beside the harbour.
Kiln Cottage is a pet-friendly place with one comfy bedroom and everything you need for a relaxing break. Out at the back, the tidy courtyard garden offers a lovely spot to enjoy a glass of wine. With Fido by your side, you will feel right at home the moment you step inside the front door.
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