The first time we were just passing through and stopped in rye for dinner and found this place and I must say the food was wonderful but it was the quirky interior decor that we fell in love with. Then we found out that evening that they had rooms too.
A year on and I booked a room (No10) for a quiate weekend away and was not disappointed. Lisa greeted us upon arrival and were shown to our room by Theo who we're both very friendly and welcoming as were all the staff. The room was small but nice and cozy with a small bathroom (no bath but a
nice powerful shower) It was all nice and clean . There is a tv in the room but no digital tv in rye yet so only 4 channels (not even channel 5). However you can borrow a DVD player and DVD's should you wish.
We didnt eat there that night but breakfast was lovely with a good selection and all really good quality produce.
All in all a wonderful weekend and I suspect we'll be back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Ship is in central Rye, at the bottom of Mermaid Street. Built in 1592, it was originally a warehouse to store contraband seized from smugglers. It is now a characterful pub, with beams, wooden floors & log fires. Open from eleven every day for freshly prepared food, local fish, Bloody Marys, real ales & organic cider. 10 comfy modern rooms - all with en-suite bath or shower. Children, dogs & would-be pirates are all welcome. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Ship Hotel Rye
- The Ship Inn Rye, East Sussex