Address: 108 High Street, Rye, East Sussex, England, TN31 7JE, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located on 108 High Street, Rye, is near St. Mary's Parish Church, Rye Castle Museum, Lamb House, and Mapp & Lucia's Rye.
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    Travel Blogs from Rye

    Day 2 Ightham Mote and Hever Castle

    A travel blog entry by riverotter on Jun 07, 2015

    14 photos

    ... into flats. Three local men banded together to save the house purely for love of it: William Durling, John Goodwin and John Baldock. They paid £5,500 for the freehold, confident that some other, richer, benefactor would emerge. In 1953, the house was purchased by Charles Henry Robinson, of Portland, Maine, a bachelor. He could stay for only fourteen weeks a year for tax reasons. He made many urgent repairs, and partly refurnished it with 17th-century English pieces. ...

    Southampton to Eastbourne

    A travel blog entry by marlwhite on Sep 14, 2014

    ... high ground overlooking the South Downs and on a clear day can see in all directions including Brighton. Unfortunately for us it was misty and you could not see in the distance. On driving into Brighton we parked behind the Waitrose Supermarket and walked down to the seafront. The foreshore is lined with magnificent grand hotels and terraced guest houses. We also sae the Pier and the Pavillion all very spectacular. Unfortunately it was Sunday afternoon about 3.45 and ...

    Gas attack

    A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Jun 04, 2014

    6 photos

    ... the attack re-started. Maybe that belt was there for good reason. What phenomenal output.   Dropping through the cloud, the first sight one sees are small green fields, edged with darker green blobs, scattered houses and one or two winding roads snaking through the countryside.I have to say it looks pretty. And so much more interesting than thousands of square miles of flat beige dotted with khaki scrub.   I do really love the feeling of wide open space in the USA as ...

    Dover and Margate Beach

    A travel blog entry by robchurch on Jul 09, 2013

    6 photos

    ... Dynamo. Dover was the closest town to the French border, and therefore the White Cliffs of Dover was the first thing that the returning soldiers, who were sure they would be captured and likely killed by the German military, saw. The Cliffs became a source of national identity.

    Once we arrived at Dover, we drove around the seaside town to take in some of the sights. There is a mid-size port there, which liners use to transport containers, ...

    Chapter Six - Rye

    A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Oct 01, 2012

    5 comments, 20 photos

    ... 8217;s, where we warm ourselves up over cups of strong hot coffee and delicious fruit cake.

    On the way home we stop at a Lidl Supermarket, a discount chain where all the products are stacked still in their original boxes. Very practical and very cheap too. We stock up on half-way decent wine at a pound a ...