At the end of a cobbled street, with good views over the town and adjacent marshes, this white-painted, family-owned hotel dates back to the 18th century, when it was a watering hole for sailors and shipbuilders. More recently, it featured in EF Benson's novels. It is managed by Christopher George; 'all staff are pleasant'. In the spacious, modern dining room, chef Kevin Sawyer serves 'well-cooked' traditional English dishes using fish, meat and produce from Rye and the surrounding area. 'Lovely' country-style bedrooms. Lounge, bar (snack menu), dining room; room service. Free Wi-Fi. Background music. Weddings. Children (cots, baby-listening devices, high chairs) and dogs welcomed. 16 bedrooms (1 in roof annexe; 2 apartments; cottage). Per room B&B £99--£180, D,B&B £112--£210
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