B and Bs in Rye

The Old Vicarage
Icklesham
Rye
Sussex

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The Old Vicarage is a charming Georgian house in the heart of 1066 country close to the historic Cinque Ports of Rye 5m Winchelsea 2m and Hastings Old Town 6m and some fantastic beaches at Camber Sands and Winchelsea. We are surrounded by beautiful countryside, apple orchards with many public footpaths, and a nature conservation wood within easy walking distance from the house.

The Queen's Head is a popular, dog friendly pub three minutes walk away, with outside tables and spectacular views of the Brede Valley, the sea, and Rye. We have ample parking space in the drive and the gates are locked at night.

The two bedrooms are at the top of the house (2nd floor) with delightful views over the garden and towards the Norman church; both have double beds with En Suite Bathrooms. Wireless broadband is available for all our guests.

Frances & John are the new owners of this charming B&B and follow in the traditions of our predecessors Colin & Claire, like them we too are passionate about hospitality and food in general. We provide seasonal local produce in particular and continue to source as much as we can locally, we hope the breakfast menu reflects this enthusiasm.

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Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 2

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Hearty Breakfast
Double: £90
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