The Old Vicarage can be found in the village of Rye Harbour, 2 miles south of the ancient Cinque Port of Rye. It is this short distance that helps The Old Vicarage capture the calm feeling of peace and quiet. Standing prominently right on the edge of the Rye Harbour Nature Reserve The Old Vicarage offers the perfect opportunity to get away from it all and completely relax in the warm and friendly atmosphere. With just three rooms you can be sure to receive exactly the service you are seeking. Simon & Tracey are on-hand with restaurant and visit recommendations or with a welcome cup of tea and a piece of home-made shortbread. Likewise, they are happy to leave you to your own devices if you prefer. The local area provides interest and attractions for all tastes - with activities to match.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Old Vicarage at Rye Harbour?
The recently re-designed beach themed garden at The Old Vicarage offers many spots ideal for relaxing; choose between either of the stylish summerhouses, the sheltered deck or the secluded patio area. The rooms each have their own charm and have been individually styled to complement the feel of the house. Tower showers with big showerheads and body jets; comfy beds with quality cotton bedding; White Company toiletries; a good selection of teas and coffee and a large flat screen T.V. Stunning views from the front of the house look over the saltmarsh to the River and out to the Sea beyond.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Rye area?
Rye Harbour, a small working town, runs happily at its own pace, and it would be unusual if anyone walked by without greetings being exchanged. There's something for everyone in Rye Harbour, and all within walking distance of The Old Vicarage. The sky is always bright and the sea air is always fresh. Rye Harbor Nature Reserve, is a haven for nature lovers, walkers and bird watchers, and is literally just outside the front door – more than 1000 acres of SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) with shingle ridges, saline lagoons, saltmarsh, reedbed, pits and grassland containing over 4,500 species of plants and animals.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Breakfast is key at The Old Vicarage. Fresh locally sourced produce features heavily. Cooked breakfast is prepared freshly to order whilst you choose your starter from the sideboard loaded with home-made granola and fruit compote plus lots of other seasonal items. Home baked pastries are always on offer with endless fresh tea & coffee. There are two pubs, an art gallery & tea room, a local shop and a coffee shop are all within a few minutes' walk of The Old Vicarage and can satisfy most appetites. For an even wider choice Rye town has a wide variety of restaurants to suit all tastes and is just 2 miles down the road.