A once-upon-a-time smugglers’ refuge, and a watering hole for sailors and shipbuilders past, this white-painted, family-owned hotel stands at the end of a cobbled street. It has good views across the quayside, Romney Marsh and Camber Castle, to the sea beyond. Managed by Christopher George, it is run with ‘pleasant’ staff. Most of the ‘comfortable’, simply furnished bedrooms have panoramic views; all are equipped with tea- and coffee-making facilities, a clock radio, a TV and slippers. In the spacious, modern dining room, chef Kevin Santer serves ‘well-cooked’ traditional English dishes using fish, meat and produce from Rye and surrounding areas. Lounge, bar (snack menu), dining room; room service. Free Wi-Fi. Background music. Weddings. Parking permits supplied. Children (special menu; cot, monitor, high chair; over-5s £30 per night) and dogs (in some rooms) welcomed. 16 bedrooms (1 in roof annexe; 2 apartments, 1 on ground floor with patio; 1 cottage). Per room B&B from £115, D,B&B from £160. 2-night min. stay on bank holidays.
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