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B and Bs in Rye

Corkwood Bed and Breakfast

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Less than 2 miles (5 minutes drive) outside of The Historic Town of Rye, we are perfectly located for exploring Rye, Romney Marsh, Camber sands, and other attractions. We are also 20 minutes drive from the market town of Tenterden, and 35 minutes drive from Ashford, where there is a large outlet mall, and of course Ashford international train station, for the Eurostar. Unlike hotels in Rye centre, we have free on site parking.* * *

Corkwood B and B offers a warm friendly atmosphere, with guests having the sole use of our 1 bedroomed cottage with lounge tv/dvd, tea and coffee making facilities, The upstairs bedroom has 1 double and 1 single bed with duvets, with toilet and shower en suite.

Guests have their own key and can come and go as they please. Breakfast is served in the main house ( between 7-9am) and are cooked to order. Our full English breakfast includes sausages, bacon, eggs, mushroom, tomatoes, and beans with cereal, toast, fruit juice, yoghurts,pastries and preserves. All served with tea or coffee. Local produce used where possible and eggs from our own hens.

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