Budget Rye

Well priced budget accommodation in Rye run by nice people presented in a random order without reference to Grading

  • 2 Stone Link Cottages This is a lovely relaxing place to unwind. We offer a warm welcome, a great breakfast and far reaching views over the Brede Valley. If you enjoy Walking and sightseeing then our location is ideal for those with a car as you are only a short drive from Hastings and Bodiam whilst Battle Abbey is also ...
  • At wisteria corner Situated a 3 minute walk from Rye’s ancient town centre, train station & countryside. We offer charming, clean and cheerful en-suite bedrooms. Our generous breakfasts include Full English, European and Vegetarian options. 47 Ferry Road, Rye TN31 7DJ t: 01797 225011 info@wisteriacorner.co.uk www.wisteriacorner.co.uk Location map
  • 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 ...
  • Tower House This expansive Georgian house lies peacefully in its own large garden, set back from the road, with own parking available. All rooms have ensuite or private bathrooms. Minimum booking is for 2 nights. B&B open from Easter until November 31st. German and Italian spoken. The Old Dormy Hilder’s Cliffe Rye TN31 7LD t: 01797 226865 m: 07940817438 www.towerhouse-rye.co.uk Location map
  • Four Seasons Four Seasons, on the old west cliffs of Rye, has glorious views across Brede valley; an ideal spot for walking, cycling, touring or relaxing in the attractive south facing garden Rita Cox 96 Udimore Road, Rye TN31 7DY t: 01797 224305 coxsam@btinternet.com  
  • The Lodge at Winchelsea The Lodge at Winchelsea is situated between Rye and Hastings, The Lodge is the perfect base to explore the best of the Sussex Countryside. Surrounded by beautiful 1066 countryside with excellent walking from the doorstep, The Lodge offers comfortable en-suite rooms, restaurant, bar, wi-fi and ample free parking. If you enjoy a carvery then be sure to ...
  • Little Garth Brede Set in a small village of Brede, a friendly family home, locally sourced produce, home made preserves and home baked bread.  Chris and Sue Hollamby would like to welcome you to Little Garth Bed & Breakfast, near Rye, East Sussex. Little Garth is a four star Bed & Breakfast in the Village of Brede, situated seven miles ...
  • The Oak Rye The Oak Rye is one of the places to eat in Rye you will remember for many years. Situated 5 minutes away from the historic town of Rye in Southern England, The Royal Oak is a traditional English pub in every sense and has been recognised by TripAdvisor members as a high-quality establishment Recently refurbished to a ...
  • Lowlands Bed and Breakfast Lowlands Bed & Breakfast, Rye Lowlands is a three room bed and breakfast, located on the edge of Rye and just minutes walk from Rye Citadel and the town centre. All of our bedrooms have: ensuite facilities a TV and Freeview tea and coffee making facilities All rooms are non-smoking and free wifi is available. The two upstairs bedrooms are ...
  • The River Haven Hotel River Haven Hotel is Three star With friendly comfortable 3 Star Hotel comprising of 22 en-suite rooms in the Ancient town of Rye is situated on the Strand Quay over looking the River Tillingham. As a place to stay in Rye it is certainly very popular and will not break the bank. In addition to being a ...
  • Corner House Attractive country house, one mile from Rye. Pretty rooms with all you need for a comfortable and relaxing stay. Lovely gardens, hearty breakfasts. Country pub nearby. Close to St Michaels Church and to one of the Top Rye Wedding Venues – close enough to walk. Telephone +44 (0)1797 280439 yvonne@the-corner-house.comThe Corner House, Playden, Rye , East Sussex, TN31 7UL
  • 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, ...