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Newly Refurbished: The William The Conqueror is a family-friendly pub on the banks of the River Rother. Situated in bustling Rye Harbour, it is the perfect place to while away some time watching the world go by. The harbour is home to a Nature Reserve and is a Site of Special Scientific Interest so there is plenty of wildlife to spot. As the Pub name suggests, the area is famous for being the site of the Norman invasion, and there are countless references locally for history fans. The pub is popular for its Real Ales and has featured in the Good Pub Guide. The new and improved Menu features dishes from around the world, with emphasis on locally sourced Fish and Mediterranean Specialities. Dogs…
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We visit regular as we have family living in Rye and regularly stay over. Pub is in a great location. Having booked in advance by several days 5 of us arrived on the Sunday only to be told all the roast dinners were sold out,...More
We recently eat lunch there before we walked around the nature reserve.
It's very much a dog friendly pub, which suited us.
My wife had the tacos and i had the tiger prawns, which were lovely. But the chips were to die for!
I needed gluten free, so chose the Aubergine and Courgette Bake with Cheese Melt. It came with a 'Greek Salad' for £9.49. There were a number of things wrong: there was very little aubergine or courgette but loads of strong cheese, which completely overwhelmed the...More
We called in after a Sunday morning walk at about 12.30pm. we got a table straight away and had no hassles ordering food and drink. The food was typical pub food and beers of a good quality (7/10) ish. It's got a tourist feel about...More
My mum likes this pub and the menu, which caters for a wide range of customers from meat and seafood lovers to vegetarians. There is certainly quite a number of options for veggies although neither of us are. My sister has also brought my mum...More
I have never in my life been treated with such bad customer care or service in my life!! As a visitor to the area for the first time I entered the pub and asked for a table to be met quite frankly with an abrupt...More
Called in for lunch after a walk in the nature reserve. Although a very cold day, the two open fires were not lit and the pub was very cold. There was only one person behind the bar and she was struggling as the pub was...More