The Coach House Guidebook - what to do, where to go and where to eat

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The Coach House Guidebook - what to do, where to go and where to eat

Sightseeing

Beautiful historic Cinque Ports town with cobbled streets.
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Rye
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Beautiful historic Cinque Ports town with cobbled streets.
Hastings Old Town offers many quirky and interesting shops, sightseeing as well as restaurants. There is the beach with fishing fleet and wonderful fresh fish to be bought on the seafront as well as Hastings Contemporary Art gallery.
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Hastings
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Hastings Old Town offers many quirky and interesting shops, sightseeing as well as restaurants. There is the beach with fishing fleet and wonderful fresh fish to be bought on the seafront as well as Hastings Contemporary Art gallery.
Fabulous walks through the reserve next to the sea. Rye Harbour Discovery Centre with it's cafe. Wonderful bird watching.
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Rye Harbour Nature Reserve
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Fabulous walks through the reserve next to the sea. Rye Harbour Discovery Centre with it's cafe. Wonderful bird watching.
Wonderful shingle walks, Old Light house museum, power station and Derek Jarmon's Prospect Cottage and garden. Access the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch railway.
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Dungeness
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Wonderful shingle walks, Old Light house museum, power station and Derek Jarmon's Prospect Cottage and garden. Access the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch railway.
Tenterden, known as the ‘Jewel of the Weald’, offers the best of all worlds; fascinating history, a wealth of architecture and excellent shopping - all within everyone’s idea of a typical country town and surrounded by Kent’s tranquil countryside.
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Tenterden
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Tenterden, known as the ‘Jewel of the Weald’, offers the best of all worlds; fascinating history, a wealth of architecture and excellent shopping - all within everyone’s idea of a typical country town and surrounded by Kent’s tranquil countryside.
Bodiam Castle is a 14th-century moated castle near Robertsbridge in East Sussex, England. It was built in 1385 by Sir Edward Dalyngrigge, a former knight of Edward III, with the permission of Richard II, ostensibly to defend the area against French invasion during the Hundred Years' War. It is owned by the National Trust. You can access the Castle by car, boat (from Bodiam Boating station) or train on the Kent and Sussex railway.
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Bodiam Castle
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Bodiam Castle is a 14th-century moated castle near Robertsbridge in East Sussex, England. It was built in 1385 by Sir Edward Dalyngrigge, a former knight of Edward III, with the permission of Richard II, ostensibly to defend the area against French invasion during the Hundred Years' War. It is owned by the National Trust. You can access the Castle by car, boat (from Bodiam Boating station) or train on the Kent and Sussex railway.
This stunning stretch of sandy beach is home to the only sand dune system in East Sussex. Camber Sands is the perfect get-away with unspoilt views of sand and sea stretching for miles.
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Camber Sands
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This stunning stretch of sandy beach is home to the only sand dune system in East Sussex. Camber Sands is the perfect get-away with unspoilt views of sand and sea stretching for miles.
Once one of England’s most thriving ports, now landlocked, Winchelsea was planned as a medieval new town, set on a hill and constructed in a chequer pattern with hidden vaults beneath. Today there’s a sense of calm, order and quietness preserved in its streets and buildings, and of intrigue when touring its labyrinth of underground cellars.
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Winchelsea
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Once one of England’s most thriving ports, now landlocked, Winchelsea was planned as a medieval new town, set on a hill and constructed in a chequer pattern with hidden vaults beneath. Today there’s a sense of calm, order and quietness preserved in its streets and buildings, and of intrigue when touring its labyrinth of underground cellars.
Enjoy a guided tour around this historic castle built by Henry VIII. The ruin is an unusually unaltered artillery fort designed to guard the port of Rye. Camber Castle lies between Rye and Winchelsea. There is no vehicular access to the castle but it is a one-mile walk on footpaths from Rye. The exterior is viewable at any time but the interior is only open by guided tour. It is managed by Sussex Wildlife Trust - please see the regular opening dates and times. Sussex Wildlife Trust also include the castle interior on some of their guided walks around Rye Harbour Nature Reserve so visit their website for more information and dates.
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Camber Castle
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Enjoy a guided tour around this historic castle built by Henry VIII. The ruin is an unusually unaltered artillery fort designed to guard the port of Rye. Camber Castle lies between Rye and Winchelsea. There is no vehicular access to the castle but it is a one-mile walk on footpaths from Rye. The exterior is viewable at any time but the interior is only open by guided tour. It is managed by Sussex Wildlife Trust - please see the regular opening dates and times. Sussex Wildlife Trust also include the castle interior on some of their guided walks around Rye Harbour Nature Reserve so visit their website for more information and dates.
Established back in Windsurfing’s heyday in 1986, we're still a family run centre & keeping it real today with Kitesurfing lessons at Camber Sands and Greatstone. Windsurfing, Dinghy Sailing, and Stand Up Paddleboard lessons for children and adults are run on our beautiful lake, here in East Sussex, from Mid-March to the end of October. An easy walk to get to from Rye and Camber Sands it’s the perfect place to learn all watersports near the South East Coast. Kids Activity Days, and windsurfing & dinghy sailing clubs are held throughout the Easter and Summer holidays and we have a thriving ‘On Board’ T.15 windsurfing club. We’re a favourite with school groups and provide a super watersports programme for them. Paddleboard, Windsurf, Dinghy and Canoe hire is available by the hour and day sailors with their own equipment are welcome.
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Rye Watersports
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Established back in Windsurfing’s heyday in 1986, we're still a family run centre & keeping it real today with Kitesurfing lessons at Camber Sands and Greatstone. Windsurfing, Dinghy Sailing, and Stand Up Paddleboard lessons for children and adults are run on our beautiful lake, here in East Sussex, from Mid-March to the end of October. An easy walk to get to from Rye and Camber Sands it’s the perfect place to learn all watersports near the South East Coast. Kids Activity Days, and windsurfing & dinghy sailing clubs are held throughout the Easter and Summer holidays and we have a thriving ‘On Board’ T.15 windsurfing club. We’re a favourite with school groups and provide a super watersports programme for them. Paddleboard, Windsurf, Dinghy and Canoe hire is available by the hour and day sailors with their own equipment are welcome.
Established back in Windsurfing’s heyday in 1986, we're still a family run centre & keeping it real today with Kitesurfing lessons at Camber Sands and Greatstone. Windsurfing, Dinghy Sailing, and Stand Up Paddleboard lessons for children and adults are run on our beautiful lake, here in East Sussex, from Mid-March to the end of October. An easy walk to get to from Rye and Camber Sands it’s the perfect place to learn all watersports near the South East Coast. Kids Activity Days, and windsurfing & dinghy sailing clubs are held throughout the Easter and Summer holidays and we have a thriving ‘On Board’ T.15 windsurfing club. We’re a favourite with school groups and provide a super watersports programme for them. Paddleboard, Windsurf, Dinghy and Canoe hire is available by the hour and day sailors with their own equipment are welcome.
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Rye Watersports
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Established back in Windsurfing’s heyday in 1986, we're still a family run centre & keeping it real today with Kitesurfing lessons at Camber Sands and Greatstone. Windsurfing, Dinghy Sailing, and Stand Up Paddleboard lessons for children and adults are run on our beautiful lake, here in East Sussex, from Mid-March to the end of October. An easy walk to get to from Rye and Camber Sands it’s the perfect place to learn all watersports near the South East Coast. Kids Activity Days, and windsurfing & dinghy sailing clubs are held throughout the Easter and Summer holidays and we have a thriving ‘On Board’ T.15 windsurfing club. We’re a favourite with school groups and provide a super watersports programme for them. Paddleboard, Windsurf, Dinghy and Canoe hire is available by the hour and day sailors with their own equipment are welcome.
Lime Wharf Cafe, boat hire, river cruises through High Weald to Bodiam Castle or Rye.
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Bodiam Boating Station
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Lime Wharf Cafe, boat hire, river cruises through High Weald to Bodiam Castle or Rye.
Fancy an adrenalin fix? Action Watersports has an amazing Inflatable Aqua Park along with, Water-skiing, Wakeboarding, Jet Skiing, Flyboarding, Stand Up Paddle Boarding and Fun Rides. Everyone is welcome with all equipment supplied. As a British Water-ski Accredited Water-ski School and RYA Centre you can be assured of a safe, controlled, fun environment, on a private freshwater lake.
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Action Watersports
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Fancy an adrenalin fix? Action Watersports has an amazing Inflatable Aqua Park along with, Water-skiing, Wakeboarding, Jet Skiing, Flyboarding, Stand Up Paddle Boarding and Fun Rides. Everyone is welcome with all equipment supplied. As a British Water-ski Accredited Water-ski School and RYA Centre you can be assured of a safe, controlled, fun environment, on a private freshwater lake.
Bateman's is a 17th-century house located in Burwash, East Sussex, England. Author Rudyard Kipling lived in Bateman's from 1902 to his death in 1936. His wife bequeathed the house to the National Trust on her death in 1939, and it has since been opened to the public.
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Bateman's
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Bateman's is a 17th-century house located in Burwash, East Sussex, England. Author Rudyard Kipling lived in Bateman's from 1902 to his death in 1936. His wife bequeathed the house to the National Trust on her death in 1939, and it has since been opened to the public.
Great Dixter is an historic house, a garden, a centre of education, and a place of pilgrimage for horticulturists from across the world. Great Dixter was the family home of gardener and gardening writer Christopher Lloyd – it was the focus of his energy and enthusiasm and fuelled over 40 years of books and articles. Now under the stewardship of Fergus Garrett and the Great Dixter Charitable Trust. “If Dixter remains loved and retains its own identity, everything else will fall into place.”Christopher Lloyd, Nov 2005
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Great Dixter House & Gardens
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Great Dixter is an historic house, a garden, a centre of education, and a place of pilgrimage for horticulturists from across the world. Great Dixter was the family home of gardener and gardening writer Christopher Lloyd – it was the focus of his energy and enthusiasm and fuelled over 40 years of books and articles. Now under the stewardship of Fergus Garrett and the Great Dixter Charitable Trust. “If Dixter remains loved and retains its own identity, everything else will fall into place.”Christopher Lloyd, Nov 2005
Crammed with paintings, textiles, furniture and books the house feels like the last owner Betty Hussey has just popped out to the shops.The house was built in 1837 by Edward Hussey III from the sandstone quarried from the grounds of the Old Castle. It is positioned to overlook both the castle and estate, with the garden also designed and created at the same time. This meant that all the three elements: house, garden and estate would work as one in creating a perfect picturesque country home. Scotney Castle’s garden is like a landscape painting with drama and romance. From a stunning vista of the old castle glimpsed through a swathe of rhododendrons and azaleas in spring to colourful reflections in the moat throughout autumn.
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National Trust - Scotney Castle
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Crammed with paintings, textiles, furniture and books the house feels like the last owner Betty Hussey has just popped out to the shops.The house was built in 1837 by Edward Hussey III from the sandstone quarried from the grounds of the Old Castle. It is positioned to overlook both the castle and estate, with the garden also designed and created at the same time. This meant that all the three elements: house, garden and estate would work as one in creating a perfect picturesque country home. Scotney Castle’s garden is like a landscape painting with drama and romance. From a stunning vista of the old castle glimpsed through a swathe of rhododendrons and azaleas in spring to colourful reflections in the moat throughout autumn.
Open all year, Bewl Water is perfect for all kinds of fun and healthy indoor and outdoor activities for the whole family. There is walking, a soft play centre, water sports, bike hire, adventure playground, aqua park and laser challenge.
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Bewl Water
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Open all year, Bewl Water is perfect for all kinds of fun and healthy indoor and outdoor activities for the whole family. There is walking, a soft play centre, water sports, bike hire, adventure playground, aqua park and laser challenge.
Spanning more than 700 years, the history of Hever Castle is rich and varied. The original medieval defensive castle, with its gatehouse and walled bailey, was built in 1270. In the 15th and 16th centuries it was the home of one of the most powerful families in the country, the Boleyns, who added the Tudor dwelling within the walls. The Castle was to become the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, King Henry VIII’s second wife, who became Queen of England for just 1,000 days. It was Henry’s love for Anne and her insistence that she became his wife rather than his mistress that led to the King renouncing Catholicism and creating the Church of England. Hever later passed into the ownership of another of Henry VIII’s wives, Anne of Cleves, and from 1557 onwards it was owned by a number of families including the Waldegraves, the Humphreys and the Meade Waldos. Gradually it fell into decline before William Waldorf Astor invested time, money and imagination in restoring the Castle. He commissioned the ’Tudor Village’, now called the ‘Astor Wing’ and the construction of the magnificent gardens and lake. At Hever, his wealth and vision enabled him to create a lavish family home that also indulged his passion for history.The beautiful gardens at Hever Castle were laid out between 1904 and 1908 by Joseph Cheal and Son, turning marshland into the spectacular gardens you see today, which are a pleasure to visit at any time of the year.
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Hever Castle & Gardens
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Spanning more than 700 years, the history of Hever Castle is rich and varied. The original medieval defensive castle, with its gatehouse and walled bailey, was built in 1270. In the 15th and 16th centuries it was the home of one of the most powerful families in the country, the Boleyns, who added the Tudor dwelling within the walls. The Castle was to become the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, King Henry VIII’s second wife, who became Queen of England for just 1,000 days. It was Henry’s love for Anne and her insistence that she became his wife rather than his mistress that led to the King renouncing Catholicism and creating the Church of England. Hever later passed into the ownership of another of Henry VIII’s wives, Anne of Cleves, and from 1557 onwards it was owned by a number of families including the Waldegraves, the Humphreys and the Meade Waldos. Gradually it fell into decline before William Waldorf Astor invested time, money and imagination in restoring the Castle. He commissioned the ’Tudor Village’, now called the ‘Astor Wing’ and the construction of the magnificent gardens and lake. At Hever, his wealth and vision enabled him to create a lavish family home that also indulged his passion for history.The beautiful gardens at Hever Castle were laid out between 1904 and 1908 by Joseph Cheal and Son, turning marshland into the spectacular gardens you see today, which are a pleasure to visit at any time of the year.
At Pashley you will discover 11 acres of beautiful borders and vistas – the culmination of a lifetime of passion for gardening, an appetite for beauty and an admiration of the tradition of the English Country garden. These award winning gardens, on the border of Sussex and Kent, are family owned and maintained – visitors often express delight at the attention to detail displayed throughout and the intimate, peaceful atmosphere. All the ingredients of the English Country Garden are present – sweeping herbaceous borders, ha-ha, well maintained lawns, box hedges, espaliered rose walk, historic walled garden, inspiring kitchen garden, venerable trees and the Grade I listed house as a backdrop. The gardens are a haven for wildlife – bees, butterflies and small birds as well as moor hens, ducks and a black swan. Then, of course, the plants! Borders overflowing with perennials and annuals – the look changing through the seasons, but always abundantly filled, and each garden ‘room’ planted in a different colour theme. Pashley is also renowned for fantastic displays of tulips, roses and dahlias. Our annual Tulip Festival features 35,000 tulips. During Special Rose Week over a hundred varieties of rose swathe the walls, climb obelisks and bloom in flower beds. Then in late summer our Dahlia Days event transforms the gardens once more with bountiful, brightly coloured dahlias in every border and pot. Add to all this a Café and Terrace with excellent garden views, serving delicious homemade lunches, scones and cakes; Sculpture and Art Exhibitions; a Gift Shop with Plant Sales; and a friendly, knowledgeable team waiting to welcome you, and the recipe for a wonderful day out is complete.
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Pashley Manor Gardens
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At Pashley you will discover 11 acres of beautiful borders and vistas – the culmination of a lifetime of passion for gardening, an appetite for beauty and an admiration of the tradition of the English Country garden. These award winning gardens, on the border of Sussex and Kent, are family owned and maintained – visitors often express delight at the attention to detail displayed throughout and the intimate, peaceful atmosphere. All the ingredients of the English Country Garden are present – sweeping herbaceous borders, ha-ha, well maintained lawns, box hedges, espaliered rose walk, historic walled garden, inspiring kitchen garden, venerable trees and the Grade I listed house as a backdrop. The gardens are a haven for wildlife – bees, butterflies and small birds as well as moor hens, ducks and a black swan. Then, of course, the plants! Borders overflowing with perennials and annuals – the look changing through the seasons, but always abundantly filled, and each garden ‘room’ planted in a different colour theme. Pashley is also renowned for fantastic displays of tulips, roses and dahlias. Our annual Tulip Festival features 35,000 tulips. During Special Rose Week over a hundred varieties of rose swathe the walls, climb obelisks and bloom in flower beds. Then in late summer our Dahlia Days event transforms the gardens once more with bountiful, brightly coloured dahlias in every border and pot. Add to all this a Café and Terrace with excellent garden views, serving delicious homemade lunches, scones and cakes; Sculpture and Art Exhibitions; a Gift Shop with Plant Sales; and a friendly, knowledgeable team waiting to welcome you, and the recipe for a wonderful day out is complete.
Tucked away in the weald of Kent is a quintessentially English home. But the Tudor beams and rambling roses disguise a deeper truth: Smallhythe Place was also a vibrant, radical place filled with creative spirits and pioneering women. Edy Craig followed her mother into the theatre, working most often as a producer and costume designer. She was also a committed suffrage feminist in the years before the First World War, when Smallhythe became a haven for many other activists. Edy founded and managed the Pioneer Players for almost fifteen years from 1911. It was a theatre society that staged many innovative plays in London and produced some 150 plays for the suffrage movement.
Small Hythe
Tucked away in the weald of Kent is a quintessentially English home. But the Tudor beams and rambling roses disguise a deeper truth: Smallhythe Place was also a vibrant, radical place filled with creative spirits and pioneering women. Edy Craig followed her mother into the theatre, working most often as a producer and costume designer. She was also a committed suffrage feminist in the years before the First World War, when Smallhythe became a haven for many other activists. Edy founded and managed the Pioneer Players for almost fifteen years from 1911. It was a theatre society that staged many innovative plays in London and produced some 150 plays for the suffrage movement.
Historic, poetic, iconic; a refuge dedicated to beauty. Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson fell in love with Sissinghurst Castle and created a world renowned garden.
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Sissinghurst Castle Garden
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Historic, poetic, iconic; a refuge dedicated to beauty. Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson fell in love with Sissinghurst Castle and created a world renowned garden.
For a great day out with younger children. Park at the Bodiam station, walk down to the Bodiam Boating station and catch the river cruise to Bodiam Castle - where you can enjoy some of the activities they hold in the holidays, picnic, enjoy the castle or go to the National Trust cafe. Then catch the KES railway back to your car. We would advise that you book the river cruise beforehand at Bodiam Boating Station and check to see what is on at Bodiam castle before you plan your day. The railway you see today at 10½ miles in length is a fine example of one of England’s light railways and originally part of a larger system which operated between Headcorn and Robertsbridge. The K&ESR was the very first ‘light railway’ to be constructed: light railways are equipped with full size trains, but have steep gradients and operate at low speed. Passenger trains ran from 1900 until 1954 but an ambitious scheme to reopen the railway from Tenterden was proposed, although it was not until 1974 that the first trains were able to run on a short section of line. The registered charity that now owns and operates the line was able to finally restore services to Bodiam in time for the centenary of the line in 2000: today the K&ESR welcomes around 90,000 people each year.e’ve a unique collection of trains, some of which are approaching 150 years old – but still going strong! The journey time between Tenterden and Bodiam is around 50 minutes each way and from 22nd June our great value Freedom Tickets allow you to hop on, hop off any of the trains operating on the day of your visit. compartment carriage Many of our trains include carriages with old-fashioned family compartments – perfect if you prefer your own personal space. The Ticket Inspector will be pleased to advise availability on your train – there’s an £8 supplement for up to 8 people to occupy a compartment.
Bodiam Station- Kent and East Sussex Railway
For a great day out with younger children. Park at the Bodiam station, walk down to the Bodiam Boating station and catch the river cruise to Bodiam Castle - where you can enjoy some of the activities they hold in the holidays, picnic, enjoy the castle or go to the National Trust cafe. Then catch the KES railway back to your car. We would advise that you book the river cruise beforehand at Bodiam Boating Station and check to see what is on at Bodiam castle before you plan your day. The railway you see today at 10½ miles in length is a fine example of one of England’s light railways and originally part of a larger system which operated between Headcorn and Robertsbridge. The K&ESR was the very first ‘light railway’ to be constructed: light railways are equipped with full size trains, but have steep gradients and operate at low speed. Passenger trains ran from 1900 until 1954 but an ambitious scheme to reopen the railway from Tenterden was proposed, although it was not until 1974 that the first trains were able to run on a short section of line. The registered charity that now owns and operates the line was able to finally restore services to Bodiam in time for the centenary of the line in 2000: today the K&ESR welcomes around 90,000 people each year.e’ve a unique collection of trains, some of which are approaching 150 years old – but still going strong! The journey time between Tenterden and Bodiam is around 50 minutes each way and from 22nd June our great value Freedom Tickets allow you to hop on, hop off any of the trains operating on the day of your visit. compartment carriage Many of our trains include carriages with old-fashioned family compartments – perfect if you prefer your own personal space. The Ticket Inspector will be pleased to advise availability on your train – there’s an £8 supplement for up to 8 people to occupy a compartment.
Wonderful arthouse cinema in Rye. You can take drinks into the cinema. Comfortable seats. Great cafe. Outside seating.
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Kino
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Wonderful arthouse cinema in Rye. You can take drinks into the cinema. Comfortable seats. Great cafe. Outside seating.

Food scene

Tibbs Farm is the next door farm to The Hammonds and so a short walk. A family farm since 1956. Situated in the picturesque Tillingham Valley, just outside Rye, lies a fantastically traditional mixed farm. Growing fruit and hops and farming native Romney sheep, not much has changed over the years. Tibbs Farm has been running a PYO fruit farm since the 1970's and now boast one of the largest range of PYO fruit collections in the South East. From strawberries and raspberries to the more unusual Tummelberry and six varieties of Gooseberry; it's all about growing. Tibbs has now opened a cafe and farm shop after several years of planning. Sitting atop the southern ridge of the Tillingham Valley and with views over traditional hop gardens and beyond to Rye we hope you'll enjoy visiting and sharing in our little corner of beautiful Sussex.
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Tibbs Farm
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Tibbs Farm is the next door farm to The Hammonds and so a short walk. A family farm since 1956. Situated in the picturesque Tillingham Valley, just outside Rye, lies a fantastically traditional mixed farm. Growing fruit and hops and farming native Romney sheep, not much has changed over the years. Tibbs Farm has been running a PYO fruit farm since the 1970's and now boast one of the largest range of PYO fruit collections in the South East. From strawberries and raspberries to the more unusual Tummelberry and six varieties of Gooseberry; it's all about growing. Tibbs has now opened a cafe and farm shop after several years of planning. Sitting atop the southern ridge of the Tillingham Valley and with views over traditional hop gardens and beyond to Rye we hope you'll enjoy visiting and sharing in our little corner of beautiful Sussex.
The Plough is a walk away through the fields. The Plough is an English country pub with stunning views from our garden over the Brede Valley, with the sea as a backdrop. Situated on the Kent and East Sussex border and less than two miles from the medieval town of Rye, we enjoy a fantastic larder of local produce – from the freshest of fish landed in Rye and Hastings every day, to the wonderful delights from the Romney Marsh such as lamb and beef, as well as the best of seasonal vegetables. With all this on our doorstep we offer a good choice of local beers, ciders, wines and freshly prepared food. Tel: 01797 223381 For all general enquiries please contact info@theploughrye.co.uk
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The Plough
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The Plough is a walk away through the fields. The Plough is an English country pub with stunning views from our garden over the Brede Valley, with the sea as a backdrop. Situated on the Kent and East Sussex border and less than two miles from the medieval town of Rye, we enjoy a fantastic larder of local produce – from the freshest of fish landed in Rye and Hastings every day, to the wonderful delights from the Romney Marsh such as lamb and beef, as well as the best of seasonal vegetables. With all this on our doorstep we offer a good choice of local beers, ciders, wines and freshly prepared food. Tel: 01797 223381 For all general enquiries please contact info@theploughrye.co.uk
Hastings. Brewing Brothers are a craft beer brewhouse, serving beers brewed on site along side fine craft ales from all around the world. They also serve delicious traditionally made pizza by our Italian chef from our bespoke wood fired oven.
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Brewing Brothers The Imperial
119 Queens Road
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Hastings. Brewing Brothers are a craft beer brewhouse, serving beers brewed on site along side fine craft ales from all around the world. They also serve delicious traditionally made pizza by our Italian chef from our bespoke wood fired oven.
Hastings Seafront. With an extensive beer menu to – 15 taps plus a dedicated takeaway fridge. Oysters and Beer? Brewing Brothers pizzas have become a very popular staple, but now the Brothers are branching out. The new venue will boast an oyster bar providing us with classic oyster platters plus delicious local fish and charcuterie boards. Beer and oysters sound like a somewhat bizarre combination to those of us who haven’t sampled the pairing before, but, perhaps surprisingly, it is a combination that has been tried and tested and is loved by many. Certain beers will complement the different types of oysters in the way different wines match with different foods. For example, malty and hoppy beers will enhance savoury notes in the oyster whereas lager has been noted to highlight delicious brininess. But don’t take my word for it, you’ll have to try it yourself to find your favourite combo.
Brewing Brothers Courtyard
Hastings Seafront. With an extensive beer menu to – 15 taps plus a dedicated takeaway fridge. Oysters and Beer? Brewing Brothers pizzas have become a very popular staple, but now the Brothers are branching out. The new venue will boast an oyster bar providing us with classic oyster platters plus delicious local fish and charcuterie boards. Beer and oysters sound like a somewhat bizarre combination to those of us who haven’t sampled the pairing before, but, perhaps surprisingly, it is a combination that has been tried and tested and is loved by many. Certain beers will complement the different types of oysters in the way different wines match with different foods. For example, malty and hoppy beers will enhance savoury notes in the oyster whereas lager has been noted to highlight delicious brininess. But don’t take my word for it, you’ll have to try it yourself to find your favourite combo.
Rye. Excellent Modern British food. The Union is a well established, modern British restaurant set in a beautiful 15th century building at the heart of Rye. Our food is guided by the seasons and our menu changes depending on what produce we have available to us. We primarily use British produce and work with local suppliers to ensure we always source the very best ingredients we can get our hands on.
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The Union Rye
8 East St
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Rye. Excellent Modern British food. The Union is a well established, modern British restaurant set in a beautiful 15th century building at the heart of Rye. Our food is guided by the seasons and our menu changes depending on what produce we have available to us. We primarily use British produce and work with local suppliers to ensure we always source the very best ingredients we can get our hands on.
Rye. Excellent fish and chips. Advise ordering beforehand which you can do online.
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Marino's Fish Bar
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Rye. Excellent fish and chips. Advise ordering beforehand which you can do online.
Rye. Great pizzas and pasta. Advise booking particularly in the busy season. You can get a takeaway.
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Simply Italian
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Rye. Great pizzas and pasta. Advise booking particularly in the busy season. You can get a takeaway.
Really nice terrace outside. Great pizza or just a coffee.
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Rye Lodge Hotel
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Really nice terrace outside. Great pizza or just a coffee.
Amazing hot chocolate shop. A definite must when in Rye.
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Knoops Chocolate Bar
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Amazing hot chocolate shop. A definite must when in Rye.
Delicious breakfast or lunch. Great place to buy take out quiche, sausage roll and cakes and pastries. Absolutely delicious sourdough bread.
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Whitehouse Rye
24 High St
16 местните препоръчват
Delicious breakfast or lunch. Great place to buy take out quiche, sausage roll and cakes and pastries. Absolutely delicious sourdough bread.
Lots of delicious cheeses, and deli fare. The do great frozen pre-made meals.
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Rye Deli
28B High Street
14 местните препоръчват
Lots of delicious cheeses, and deli fare. The do great frozen pre-made meals.
Tillingham is set amongst 70 acres of rolling hills and woodlands with far reaching views along the Tillingham River valley and across to the fortified, hill top town of Rye, East Sussex, to the sea and the Romney salt marshes beyond. This mixed farm, which dates from the 13th century, is home to vineyards, fruit trees, ancient woodland and livestock. The recently renovated farmstead provides a place for visitors to stay and enjoy the produce of the farm and the local area.
14 местните препоръчват
Tillingham Wines Limited
14 местните препоръчват
Tillingham is set amongst 70 acres of rolling hills and woodlands with far reaching views along the Tillingham River valley and across to the fortified, hill top town of Rye, East Sussex, to the sea and the Romney salt marshes beyond. This mixed farm, which dates from the 13th century, is home to vineyards, fruit trees, ancient woodland and livestock. The recently renovated farmstead provides a place for visitors to stay and enjoy the produce of the farm and the local area.