Rye in East Sussex Town Guide

The Ship Inn

The Ship Inn in Rye

From £50.00 (per person per night)
The Ship Inn
The Strand
Rye
East Sussex
TN31 7DB
01797 229 256


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In the centre of the small, charming town of Rye, the Ship is a modern take on the traditional English inn – a cosy pub, rich in original character, with simple, comfortable en suite rooms above.

Originally built in 1592, the Ship Inn is full of beautiful, historic features, including ancient wood beams and original wooden floors.

In the heart of the town, at the foot of Mermaid Street, the inn offers real ales and cider from the barrel alongside tasty homemade food, made with fresh local ingredients. Food is freshly cooked to order and the menu mainly consists of traditional English pub dishes, with specials that change daily, from fish and chips to lobster, and from toad in the hole to haunch of venison.

The en suite rooms are newly decorated with comfortable beds and good quality linen.

Books, magazines, board games and Wi-Fi are all available too, along with picnics and buckets and spades.

An attractive 16th Century Inn, situated amongst the old warehouses alongside the river estuary in the Ancient Cinque Port of Rye.

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