We went for a long weekend to celebrate a birthday. I was disappointed and found the room and restaurant over priced and over rated... Service was poor, food was poor and the room was tatty.
Rye is a beautiful old town in a lovely area and a nice place to visit, if we return, we will stay somewhere else and maybe have a bar meal on the terrace which looked a much better idea.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Originally, dating from 1156, the Mermaid was rebuilt in 1420, much as it still stands today, as the principal Inn of Rye. The Mermaid now caters for those who appreciate tradition and charm, coupled with the modern facilities required by today's guest. So, from a picturesque cobbled street; step back in time to experience the unique atmosphere of one of England's oldest and loveliest Inns. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Mermaid Hotel Rye
- Mermaid Hotel Rye
- Mermaid Inn Rye
- Mermaid Rye
- The Mermaid Inn Rye, East Sussex