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Beaches in Rye

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Rye Harbour Beach

Rye Harbour 2.2 miles from Rye

The beach at Rye Harbour is a picturesque and unspoiled coastal stretch situated at the mouth of the river Rother at Rye Harbour along to Winchelsea Beach to the west. Generally a pebble beach (although there are sandy areas to be found), the beach is known for its peaceful atmosphere, making it an ideal spot … more

Rye Harbour Beach

Broomhill Sands

Camber 3.9 miles from Rye

Broomhill Sands is predominantly known as a popular destination for kite surfers. This beach has gained a reputation as a haven for kite surfing enthusiasts due to its favourable wind conditions and spacious coastal area. The open expanse of Broomhill Sands provides ample room for kite surfers to catch the wind and ride the waves, … more

Broomhill Sands

Camber Sands

Camber 3 miles from Rye

Camber Sands is situated to the east of the county. It is a popular sandy beach, with picturesque dunes and interesting wildlife. The village of Camber is very close to the beach. The dunes are formed from the sand that is blown inland which builds up around plants, debris and fences. The marram grass that … more

Camber Sands

Winchelsea Beach

Winchelsea Beach 2.7 miles from Rye
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Winchelsea Beach is a pebble beach located between Camber and Pett Level. With views over Rye Bay, Dungeness can be clearly seen to the east and Fairlight cliffs to the west.

Winchelsea Beach

Pett Level Beach

Pett Level 4.7 miles from Rye
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Pett Level beach is characterised by its pebble shoreline, which is typical of most beaches along the coast. One of the notable features of Pett Level is its exposure of prehistoric submerged forest remains during low tides. Ancient tree stumps and other remnants can be seen in the intertidal zone, providing a glimpse into the … more

Pett Level Beach

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Glencoe Farm
Glencoe Farm

Set in 5 acres and yet just over a five minute walk to the town centre and citadel of Rye, … more

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Cadborough Cottages
Cadborough Cottages

Walking distance from Rye. Ample parking. Peaceful location.

Jeake's House
Jeake's House

Award winning 17th century town house in medieval cobbled street

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