Rye in East Sussex Town Guide

The Old Borough Arms

The Old Borough Arms in Rye

From £60.00 (per person per night)
The Old Borough Arms
The Strand
Rye
East Sussex
TN31 7DB
01797 222 128
07813 684 150
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The Old Borough Arms is a family run Guest House in the heart of Rye at the foot of the famous Mermaid Street.

Our 9 rooms are ensuite & We also have a 3 bedroom suite available.

A full English breakfast is included in our room prices if you book directly with us.
We have also have a fantastic terrace that is on the corner of Mermaid Street which guests of The Old Borough Arms can use along with customers from The Mermaid Street Cafe. All guest rooms have tea & coffee making facilities TV , good quality comfortable beds so that you can have a wonderful and restful sleep.

We have a well stocked bar providing a range of drinks for guests to sample and free Wi-Fi access is available throughout the building. The Old Borough Arms overlooks the bustling Strand Quay and from our veranda many interesting shops can be seen including antique and old curiosity shops. The town centre is only a few minutes walk away.
Beneath the Old Borough Arms in Rye you will find The Mermaid street Cafe with the Ryes Famous ICE CREAM WINDOW
our friendly staff will be happy to serve you with a light lunch, crab sandwich, homemade sausage rolls or a delicious scoop of the most delicious ice cream we have come across on our quest to find the best. We also have a reputation for serving fantastic coffee.

Check in is between 3pm and 6pm. In the Winter months we would appreciate an E.T.A. Guests of the Old Borough Arms receive a 10% discount on any purchase over £5 made at the Mermaid Street Cafe.

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