Cinque Ports St

Cinque Ports St runs parallel to the High street and only a few yards from hundreds of car parking spaces where the Rye Town market happens every Thursday.

Cinque ports street has most of what you need for a weekly shop such as florists, an outstanding Butcher and an excellent Grocer and a nice jeweler and a good hair cut with a glass of wine, a massage and more.

Cinque ports street in Rye has an impressive selection of up market Antique shops and of course somewhere to different to recharge with yet more cream teas, toasted scones and the occasional beer.


  • CYCLE & WHEELCHAIR HIRE Rye Hire are genuinely nice and helpful local people, located just off Cinque Ports street. http://www.ryehire.co.uk/Cycle-and-Wheelchair-Hire.html Summary as of July 2015 We hire out road and mountain cycles, with a new fleet every year. We also hire tandems and child seats. We have cycle helmets if required, both for hire and for sale. The surrounding area is criss-crossed ...
  • Glass Etc Rye Glass Etc. is one of Britain’s largest shops selling antique and 20th century glass. Run by Helen & Andy McConnell, the principal shop, housed within a former Salvation Army chapel, measures 100 square metres, with an adjacent exhibition gallery of about 25 square metres. Our stock is vast, though not all on view. Drawing on ...
  • Gandhi Restaurant in Rye Gandhi Restaurant in Rye is good if you are looking for places to eat in Rye and you fancy an Indian then the Gandhi is one of the popular places to eat. Children are welcome and late meals are available.   We offer a full 40 seat restaurant open until late offering a wide range of outstanding ...
  • Antiques at Rameslie House The shop is an interesting mix of Antiques and musical boxes, what will instantly get your attention is the quality of the items in the shop and that it’s so nicely laid out you can find what you want and yet still find surprises if you delve. Recently Steve finished filming in the shop for the ...
  • Christmas Comes Early Christmas Comes Early in Rye. Located on Cinque ports street this wonderfully uplifting shop is crammed with the latest Christmas trends as well as traditional fayre. Adults and Children will all find a visit to this lovely shop a delight. Nina Mahaffey has a passion for life and a flair for design so do pop in. Tel:01797 222822
  • The Ship Inn Rye The Ship Inn Rye Located on the strand close to Simply Italian and only a short walk into town. Walk in to The Ship Inn and be assured of a warm welcome. This former warehouse dating to 1592 was once used to store contraband from smugglers. Strike out to explore the cobbled byways of historic Rye – half-timbered houses, ...
  • The Regent Motel and Bar The Regent Motel & Bar offers good value accommodation in Rye Town Centre.  Limited parking on a first in basis or spaces can be reserved for £5-00 per night. All rooms have en-suite shower rooms, tea/coffee trays, television and hairdryers. Double rooms from £70 per room per night for accommodation only. Family rooms available sleeping up to a ...
  • New To You New to you, is a lovely family run shop by long term Rye resident Ruth who knows a bargain when she sees it, as a result of her eclectic style you will not be surprised to find the shop (next to the zebra crossing) bustling, like so many of the shops in Rye dealing with ...
  • Neame Designs Neame Designs Rye “Your local office stationery and art supplies shop in Rye, East Sussex. Everything you need to get creative!” At Neame Designs we pride ourselves on offering a local and personal service. We are a family business and have been trading in Rye for 20 years, this means we have a really great knowledge of the ...
  • Peter Farrow Jewellery With more than thirty years experience of designing & hand making amazing precious jewellery, Peter has extensive knowledge of all aspects of the jewellery trade. Using skills developed over three decades, Peter creates unique pieces of jewellery, individually designed with both modern and traditional influences.  Peter Farrow Jewellery is now one of the finest jewellers in ...
  • Niche Womens Fashion London quality fashionable womens clothing at rural prices; we do not have the overheads but do enjoy good relations with some of the leading names in womens fashion. Come and see why Rye has such a reputation for good quality womens clothing http://niche-online.co.uk/ 54 Cinque Ports Street Rye East Sussex TN31 7AN
  • McCully and Crane Rye Located in Cinque Ports Street this is far more than simply an Antiques shop and the services they offer with regard to design are highly sought after with an impressive client list. You will find nothing like it in Rye or even locally, they have an eye for the unusual and with their contacts have a ...
  • Webbs Fish Cafe Webbs Fish Cafe located in the heart of Rye close to the landgate with parking nearby. Paul and Rebecca Webbe, opened The Wild Mushroom Restaurant in 1998. from the outset it has proven popular with locals and visitors alike.  Inspired in part by our love of foraging wild food, the plentiful and outstanding natural ingredients on ...
  • Abbot Print Rye Printers At abbotprint we specialise in supplying a wide range of stationery and marketing materials to a broad customer base, all of our work is completed in house from design through to dispatch using the latest printing and pre press equipment. Thermography is a passion for us and we are constantly developing our range of effects and finishes, traditionally used for ...
  • 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 ...
  • Rye Dry Cleaners Rye Dry Cleaners A long established Dry Cleaners well known for high quality work you can rely on Francis Hadfield and his team to deliver the goods when it counts. 6 Market Road Rye East Sussex TN31 7JA T: 01797 224 779  

Just off Cinque ports street at the corner where the tiny roundabout is you will see Rope Walk only a few yards down here you will find Glass Etc, anyone who has seen Antiques Roadshow will have seen Andy McConnell the antiques glass guru. Andy and his wife Helen run Glass Etc it is presented as a shop for ‘antiques and high class junk’ but it’s really so much more – a museum, arts centre and education facility as much as a shop, and a great place to find junk or art and everything in between.