A list of pubs in Rye and nearby, including country pubs and inns. Each pub has a short description and link to its website.
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Newly refurbished, the Cinque Ports Arms is situated in the beautiful old Cinque Port town of Rye on the Kent/Sussex border. It caters for the local community as well as for the busy tourist trade. The pub is on one of the busier streets in the town and is just around the corner from the railway station. The pub has a comfortably furnished horseshoe-shaped bar, outside decking and a new garden to relax in. It is an ideal place to unwind after browsing the many antique shops in the historic town.
The Globe is a traditional Sussex weather-boarded inn, originally built in 1839, which has been extensively refurbished and now boasts a light and contemporary interior with a homely stove for those cold winter evenings and probably Rye's best pub garden for summer drinking and eating. We have a range of cask conditioned ales and a small but carefully chosen value for money wine list to suit all tastes. Our menus change on a regular basis and seek to reflect the seasons.
15th century, timbered, pub in the historic, cobbled street surroundings of Rye. Beers include Old Speckled Hen and Courage Best. Accommodation in wooden-beamed rooms with 4-poster beds.
The Playden Oasts Inn, near Rye, East Sussex, is a small family run country inn with bar, restaurant and accommodation facilities, in a converted oast house. Situated 1 mile from the ancient Cinque port of Rye and four miles from the golden sandy beaches of Camber, we are the perfect base for any weekend or mid-week break.
As the main coaching inn in Rye, The George Tap has long been the popular drinking venue in town. We serve real ales, draught cider and continental beers. There is also a good selection of wines by the glass and a healthy representation from local vineyards in East Sussex and Kent.
The New Inn is a traditional country inn nestled on top of the hill at the heart of the ancient town of Winchelsea near Rye. The New Inn's prime location and friendly staff provide a comfortable welcoming stay in a range of en suite rooms. Boasting a fresh new menu with a focus on local produce and quality you can be guaranteed of a pleasant dining experience. Located at the edge of the Sussex Downs, this historic inn welcomes visitors and locals alike with its relaxing and friendly atmosphere. Dating from 1778, the inn's history and character is prevalent throughout, with its blackened oak beams and open log fire.
Welcome to the Royal Oak - a traditional country pub located in the hamlet of Rye Foreign, close to the Cinque Port of Rye in East Sussex. The Royal Oak offers a traditional and home cooked menu, a great selection of beers and lagers, regular live music plus bed and breakfast accomodation.
The Ypres Castle Inn is known locally as 'The Wipers' and has been providing hospitality to visitors and residents of Rye for centuries. Built originally in 1640, and added to in Victorian times, the Inn has a warm and friendly atmosphere, and is built in the local weather-boarded style. The pub has a boules pitch and nice views of Ypres Castle and the River Rother.
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