In a ‘lovely location’ on a grassy square at the end of a cobbled street, 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 Mapp and Lucia novels. The spacious, modern dining room has views over the marshes; chef Kevin Sawyer serves dishes using fish, meat and produce from Rye and the surrounding area. Bedrooms are decorated in ‘appealing’ country style. Lounge, bar (snack menu), dining room. Free Wi-Fi. Background music. Room service. Wedding facilities. Children (cots, baby-listening devices, high chairs) and dogs welcomed. 16 bedrooms (1 in roof annexe; 2 apartments; cottage). Per room B&B £95--£180, D,B&B £110--£220.
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