Visit Rye Bay
The home of Mapp and Lucia
Rye is once more open to visitors. Restaurants are open as usual but staff shortages mean it is well worth booking everything in advance and social distancing is still the new norm in many places.
As Christmas approaches we will shortly be announcing the return of the much loved Christmas in Rye full details will be on the https://www.ryechristmasfestival.co.uk/ website in due course
Know before you go is a good idea.
Lateral flow tests are available from a great many chemists as well as https://www.gov.uk/order-coronavirus-rapid-lateral-flow-tests they generally arrive the next day and can also be picked up at your local chemist.
Did you hear about Shakespeare in Rye as seen on the BBC ?
Make your restaurant reservations well in advance
Images of Rye Sussex
Catch the latest movies in the Kino Digital Cinema
Rye Bay has much to offer for all ages all year round
Rye in Sussex is renowned for the calm and relaxed character of a medieval Cinque Ports town. Steeped in history, Rye is much loved by locals and visitors alike.
Theatre, Cinema, beaches forests and fine dining await you whilst our local shops and restaurants are sure to please.
The vibrant local economy offers an alternative and relaxed shopping experience. Rye is a well kept fascinating small town with many things to see and do in the area.
Some destinations delight in hosting wild noisy parties. Thankfully the Rye Bay area is more suited to the mature end of the spectrum. Children are welcome at a wide variety of destinations whilst others are exclusively adults only.
Our friendly Rye Information Point is located at the Town hall in front of St Mary’s Church.
The Town Model is located in the Heritage centre on the Strand Tel 01797 226696 or email email@example.com
Rye Heritage Centre,
The Old Sail Loft
Rye Strand Quay
Remember booking accommodation directly with the venue can save as much as 15%