Hotels in Rye
A cinematic street of cobblestone and gently listing cross-beamed houses hosts this ‘beautiful, comfortable and relaxing' B&B, once a haunt of Malcolm Lowry and Radclyffe Hall.
The George in Rye
In a ‘little, old, cobble-stoned, grass-grown, red-roofed town, on the summit of its mildly pyramidal hill’ (as described by former Rye resident Henry James), the George presents the street front of a Georgian coaching inn.
The Hope Anchor
The shipbuilders, boozy sailors and notorious Tenterden smuggling gang that once formed the clientele of this 18th-century watering hole have been replaced by peace-seeking travellers bent on finding a decent meal.