Lion St Rye

Lion St Rye runs from St Marys church down to the High street and gives access to Church square, watchbell street, Lamb house and the Ypres public house with the nice garden

In Lion street you will find antique book shops, fine italian dining rare antiques and some excellent clothing shops.

The Kino Digital Cinema is at the top on the right hand side where you can enjoy a glass of wine whilst watching the latest movies of a play from anywhere in the World.

 

 

 

At the top of Lion Street behind St Mary's off Church Sq you will find Watchbell St

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • The Golden Fleece Rye Established in 1973 we are Barbour, Harris Tweed and Jack Murphy stockists and specialists in British lifestyle and country wear. Our online shop features the latest seasonal styles and garments which are of the highest quality.  We also stock a large range of sheepskin rugs, hats, gloves and mittens, all available in store.         Opening Times: Monday – Saturday 9:30am ...
  • Tuscan Kitchen Lion Street Rye Tuscan Kitchen in Lion Street Rye is a family run rustic Tuscan Trattoria set in an old world English oak building serving delicious home made food and award winning wines. Tuscan Kitchen is dedicated to deeply rooted country traditions and the forgotten rhythm of life.  A must for lovers of great food and wine. The Tuscan is ...
  • Rye Museum Rye Castle Museum has two sites:  the Ypres Tower (in the area known as the Gun Garden) and the East Street Museum, which holds most of our Local History exhibits. The Ypres Tower is open throughout the year, 7 days a week except Christmas and Boxing Day.   Opening hours in summer are from 10.30am to 5.00pm and ...
  • Kino Cinema & Cafe-bar What’s playing now Kino Rye is a brand new, state-of-the-art 2-screen cinema, café-bar and function venue at the top of Lion Street in the medieval heart of Rye. Kino is open every day from 9.00am with film screenings from around 10.00am. The creation of Kino Rye involved a complete renovation of the Victorian buildings, the addition of ...
  • Rye Town Hall Rye Town hall dates back to the 1700’s. Depicted in books by the celebrated author John Ryan with his lovable “Captain Pugwash”. Rye offers many places to host your Wedding breakfast, therefore we have listed them below. After your Wedding service at Rye town hall there are a number of venues for your Wedding Breakfast in ...
  • Fletchers Tea Rooms Fletchers are known for traditional afternoon teas serving freshly baked home made scones, cakes and pastries, made daily on our premises with the finest ingredients. A  licensed restaurant so you can enjoy a glass of wine with your lunch or Sunday roast in this tudor beamed restaurant which was once home to Jacobean Playwright, John Fletcher. Upstairs ...
  • Concepts of Rye The Ranges of Furniture offered cover Dining, Living and Bedrooms and major on Oak (Natural Oiled and Lacquered), Glass, Leather (Chairs and Sofas) plus the recently introduced Neptune range of Oak / Painted furniture. We pride ourselves on our product selection, taking time to choose Quality Products, with Realistic Pricing. Availability – Most items can be available within a matter of ...