To help you plan your visit to Rye, we list below a short selection of useful telephone numbers.
If you need any further help, please do feel free to call us directly.
We can also be found on Trip Advisor Here:
Tourist Information Centres:
Rye – 01797 226696
Hastings – 01424 781111
Restaurants in Rye:
Landgate Bistro – 01797 222829
Webbe’s at the Fish Café – 01797 222226
The Ambrette – 01797 222043
The Union Steak House – 01797 229289
The Mermaid Inn – 01797 223065
Simply Italian – 01797 226024
Gandhi Tandoori – 01797 223091
Lemon Grass (Thai) – 01797 222327
Pubs in Rye:
Queen’s Head – 01797 222181
Ypres Castle Inn – 01797 223248
The Ship – 01797 222233
The Standard Inn – 01797 225231
All of these restaurants and pubs are within walking distance of Little Saltcote – the closest restaurant is the Landgate Bistro, whilst the closest pub, The Globe, is at the end of the road about 300 metres away. To avoid disappointment, restaurant reservations are advised for Saturday evenings. There are of course many other excellent eating and drinking places both within Rye and also in the surrounding countryside, and we would be delighted to offer advice on any of these wherever possible.
These are some other websites that may help you to plan a visit to Rye.
http://www.visitryebay.com – Visit Rye: The official Rye website, with history and details of the town, as well as useful diary dates.
www.1066country.com – 1066 Country: A useful source of information for the local area around Rye.
www.cinqueports.org – All you need to know about The Cinque Ports, which include Rye, Winchelsea and Hastings.
www.ryeartsfestival.co.uk – Rye Festival’s own website. For details of both the main Festival in September, and the smaller event in the winter months.
www.theaa.com/travelwatch/planner_main.jsp – The AA’s route planner. How to get to Rye by road.
www.thetrainline.com – Trainline. Gives searchable details of train times and prices for trains to Rye and elsewhere.
www.eurotunnel.com – Eurotunnel. Fancy a trip to France whilst staying in Rye? Or maybe you’re coming back from a visit there, or arriving in England to start your holiday.
www.poferries.com – P & O Ferries. One of the main ferry operators to and from Dover, if you prefer the boat to the train.
www.lyddair.com – Lydd Air. Small airline that operates the scheduled flights from Lydd airport to Le Touquet in France.
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/ – The National Trust. Need any ideas of where to spend some time whilst staying in Rye?
www.english-heritage.org.uk – English Heritage. More ideas for places to visit…
www.ryemuseum.co.uk – Rye’s own museum.
www.globeinnmarshrye.com – Our local pub.
www.spanglefish.com/1066routes/ – Walks in 1066 Country.
http://ChristmasInRye.co.uk – Christmas in Rye.
http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/rye-christmas-festival – Rye Christmas Festival.
https://www.facebook.com/christmasinrye – Christmas in Rye (Facebook).