Pubs

We have pubs in Rye with Sky Sports, Pubs in Rye with gardens and of course many of the pubs in Rye are children friendly.

All of the pubs in Rye are friendly as indeed the whole area is with some great pubs in Camber sands, Winchelsea, broad oak and Brede as well as Northiam.


  • Cinque Ports Pub Located on Cinque Ports Street close to the railway station and Jempsons with lots of parking and a garden. Home cooked food, local beers and friendly Tel 01797 223319   Gay run and gay friendly  
  • Queens Head Pub Queens Head Pub is located in the Landgate. This is a lively family friendly pub where dogs are welcome when under control. The pub has occasional live music. A young to middle aged crowd with plenty of local and real ales on offer. A pool table in one bar is always in use and the outside area ...
  • Ypres Castle Inn, Rye Garry and the staff at the Ypres Castle Inn offer a warm and welcoming invitation to locals and visitor’s alike to our 17th Century fisherman’s pub and garden.  “The Wipers” nestles below the Ypres Castle Tower and the Gungarden within the ancient citadel of Rye.  At the Ypres Castle Inn we specialise in fresh fish ...
  • Kings Head Pub Rye Kings Head Pub Rye (formerly the Top O’ the Hill Pub) is only a few minutes walk from the high street situated in Playden it is one of the top places to eat in Rye. With lots of free parking this family friendly pub offers good food and accommodation. You will enjoy the newly appointed bedrooms, delightful ...
  • The Globe Inn The Globe Inn is really one of the traditional places to eat in Rye, it’s a modern country inn located in the heart of Rye with a very strong sense of identity. The Globe Inn instantly has you looking around to see what else is happening. The decor is a treat in itself and if ...
  • The Ship Inn at Winchelsea The Ship offers a warm welcome cold beer and well presented well cooked fresh local food. The food at The Ship is about great produce prepared by our Chef and his team. The menu is full of freshness and flavour compiled with the minimum of fuss to give you the optimum dining experience. The Chef is ...
  • Ferry Inn Stone in Oxney Ferry Inn Stone in Oxney is an ancient pub, built in 1690. The Ferry Inn, along with many other buildings on the Romney Marshes and other nearby areas were Smuggler’s haunts, and in the corner of the main bar (by the Inglenook) can still be seen an Owler’s (smuggler’s) window, where people inside could signal ...
  • Horse and Cart Peasmarsh Horse and Cart Peasmarsh has been extensively refurbished to the highest standard throughout. Nicola and Mark would be pleased to welcome you once we are open.  
  • The Bell Inn Iden Local legend has it, that the original building was used as accommoodation for the monks that built Iden church. It is also thought a tunnel exists between the pub cellar and the church, although this has not been discovered, we do keep our eye out for the vicar turning up in the cellar! Today, we serve homemade food, ...
  • The Owl Camber The Owl Pub Camber is very close to Camber Sands and ideal if you want to bring the entire family down for a celebration. The Owl Pub in Camber is a traditional English pub with rooms, set just behind the sand dunes of Camber Sands beach. As a Free House we offer a vast range of ...
  • Rother Valley Brewery Rother Valley Brewing Company was established in Northiam in 1993 on a hop and dairy farm overlooking the River Rother that marks the boundary between Kent and East Sussex. Cask and bottled beers are produced for distribution to many public houses, restaurants and shops in Kent and Sussex. LEVEL BEST  was the first brew and has established ...
  • The Grapevine Rye The Grapevine Rye is located at the top of Conduit hill just down from Adams of Rye. This lovely unique bar is everything you would like to find in a jazz and champagne bar.  Ollie Sanderson and the team offer a wide selection of fine wines and champagnes to tempt the pallet. The Grapevine Rye offers an ...
  • Crown Public House Rye The Crown is a lively sports bar with a late licence and buzz deals are available. Lots of wide screens adorn the walls to ensure all visitors can see the action. This is a fun pub mainly with locals who enjoy watching sport on the TV which includes Sky TV. Local beers and wines are served alongside ...
  • The Standard Inn The Standard Inn is one of Rye’s most popular pubs, serving great food and reasonably priced beer with a garden area to the rear and easily accessed from The Mint or Cinque Ports street. Offering 5 Bed and Breakfast rooms in the heart of the citadel it is well worth a visit if only to meet ...
  • The White Dog Inn We are a traditional country Free House, set in the quaint village of Ewhurst Green. The Pub is run by Father & Daughter Dale & Harriet Skinner. Here at The White Dog we can cater for dinner parties, weddings, Beer festivals, Camping and B&B rooms. Food and Drink… We change our menus by season, please click our menu link ...
  • Playden Oasts Hotel Playden Oasts Hotel is under new management from October 2016 Playden Oasts Hotel is a three star Inn full of charm and character just one mile from the historic Cinque Port of Rye withe plenty of off road parking. Our comfortable accommodation is very popular and we accept dogs and children. If you have never slept in an oast ...