This lovely ground floor apartment is centrally located with the amenities of the town a short walk away. Sitting on the banks of the River Brede - a breath of fresh air, with a modern feel, and relaxing views that you can wake up to each morning of your stay.
From the lounge or balcony you can enjoy watching the boats that pass by at high tide, and the views to open fields beyond.
Perfectly situated for couples, the retreat's light and airy interior makes an ideal spot for a romantic getaway whatever the season.
After an adventure filled day, the lounge is a wonderful base to return to, ideal for a peaceful afternoon or evening.
With its large sofa, and breakfast bar, complimented by an all-white kitchen, you will feel right at home in the stylish, open plan layout.
Five steps lead down to a bathroom, with a bath and a shower above, and to the beautifully decorated double bedroom, complete with dressing mirror, bedside lamps, second TV and varied artwork.
You can look forward to cosying up here after the sunsets, for some time to yourself.
After enjoying all that the interior has to offer, stroll outside to the balcony, where you can really appreciate the delight of this well-appointed location which promises a wonderful start and end to your day.
Rye is a unique gem of a town with a range of tea rooms, restaurants, historic inns for a leisurely visit as well as an independent cinema, castle, museum and a weekly general market held on Thursdays.
Local attractions include miniature train rides, vineyards, stately homes, castles, gardens and beaches along with picturesque villages.
A truly memorable holiday home for you and your loved one.
About the location
Camber 5 miles; Hastings 12 miles; Battle 16 miles.
Rye is a 13th century cinque port in East Sussex, host to the River Rother, Romney Marshes and a history dating back before the Norman Conquest. A cobbled town offering an excellent array of unusual shops, antique emporiums, galleries selling local artist paintings and pottery, Rye also has a delightful range of tea rooms, restaurants, pubs and historic inns. There is also a weekly general market on Thursdays, as well as a farmers’ market every Wednesday morning. The town played host to BBC film crews for nine weeks in the summer of 2014, while filming of the TV series Mapp and Lucia took place, which has now been made into a DVD. All coastal scenes were filmed in nearby Camber Sands and bits of filming also took place in Hastings and the Tenterden Town railway station. Walkers and birdwatchers can enjoy a footpath leading across the marshes to Camber Castle built by Henry VIII. Local attractions include miniature or full-size steam train rides, local vineyards, stately homes, castles, gardens and beaches, including the beautiful nearby Camber Sands. Artists and photographers will especially enjoy the scenery; big skies, winding roads, and picturesque villages with ancient inns and tea shops. A truly relaxing and wonderful holiday destination.