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View towards the cottage
Dining area
Explore Rye
Open plan kitchen/diner
Kitchen
Kitchen applicances
Finishing touches
Church pew seating
Stunning decor
Built in library
Eye catching lounge
Open fire
First floor landing
Master bedroom
Wooden floors throughout
Spacious rooms
Light and airy
Homely touches
Unique styling
Double bedroom
Tasteful decoration
En-suite
In room basin
Views over Rye
Every room unique
Relax a while
Bathroom
Twin bedroom
Realx in comfort
Bath with overhead shower
Moroccan themed second floor
Rolled our mattresses
Beamed ceiling
Afternoon Tea
The Landgate
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3 / 35  Explore Rye
4 / 35  Open plan kitchen/diner
5 / 35  Kitchen
6 / 35  Kitchen applicances
7 / 35  Finishing touches
8 / 35  Church pew seating
9 / 35  Stunning decor
10 / 35  Built in library
11 / 35  Eye catching lounge
12 / 35  Open fire
13 / 35  First floor landing
14 / 35  Master bedroom
15 / 35  Wooden floors throughout
16 / 35  Spacious rooms
17 / 35  Light and airy
18 / 35  Homely touches
19 / 35  Unique styling
20 / 35  Double bedroom
21 / 35  Tasteful decoration
22 / 35  En-suite
23 / 35  In room basin
24 / 35  Views over Rye
25 / 35  Every room unique
26 / 35  Relax a while
27 / 35  Bathroom
28 / 35  Twin bedroom
29 / 35  Realx in comfort
30 / 35  Bath with overhead shower
31 / 35  Moroccan themed second floor
32 / 35  Rolled our mattresses
33 / 35  Beamed ceiling
34 / 35  Afternoon Tea
35 / 35  The Landgate

Easter Cottage,

Rye, Sussex
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Change Fri
No pets
4
star
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Quirky
Towels included
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At a glance

  • 17th century Grade II-listed cottage in the heart of Rye
  • Sympathetically decorated throughout in keeping with the building’s history
  • Original features remain including exposed beams and wooden floorboards
  • Stylish bijou decor to include plenty of vivid colour and character
  • Within easy reach of Rye’s antique shops, tea rooms and English pubs
  • Open fire for cosy evenings in
Property code: BT031

This lovely property is located in the heart of Rye. It is beautifully decorated throughout, this stylish bijou-style holiday home is full of vivid colour, fascinating furniture and antique finds, all in a convenient central location.

This 17th century grade II listed cottage is located in the centre of the lovely town of Rye in East Sussex. Rye is a historic town; with cobbled streets, hidden-away pubs, chic shops and cafe-bars, it is a far cry from your average town centre. Instead here, shoppers will enjoy discovering hidden treasures in the antique shops and finding unique gifts in the independent boutiques. Even seeing a film here feels special, with a bijou independent cinema perfectly in keeping with the town.

This wonderful cottage is a true gem and has many period features alongside unusual decoration. Entering the property from the rear entrance, you will come straight to the kitchen with adjoined dining area. The kitchen benefits from an electric oven, gas hob, microwave, coffee machine, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. The washer/dryer can be found under the stairs. The dining area has a wooden table, chairs and quirky church pews which add to the unique experience of this cottage. A door from here leads to the bright lounge, with open fire, sofa, chairs, TV and DVD player. There is a huge range of books to choose from, so keen readers will feel very at home here. Steep stairs lead to the first floor, which make the property unsuitable for guests with mobility issues or those under the age of 12. The master bedroom suite looks out over the cobbled streets and features a metal framed double bed and an en-suite shower room. The second bedroom also has a metal-framed double bed, whilst the third bedroom has twin beds. The bathroom is on this floor and has a shower over the bath. A steep laddered staircase leads to the Moroccan-style den on the top floor, which is the perfect place to watch films with its comfortable low level seating, TV and DVD player and drinks fridge.

Due to the central location of the property there is no parking or outside space, however there is ample parking nearby.

 

  • Three bedrooms – two doubles, one twin
  • One family bathroom, one en-suite shower room
  • Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer
  • Open fire
  • Electric and heating included
  • Parking a few minutes away at £1.50 a day
  • Wi-Fi available
  • Regret no smoking
  • Regret no dogs
  • Located right in the heart of Rye and its amenities
  • TV/DVD and CD player
  • Very steep stairs – unsuitable for young children
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Nespresso machine with starter capsules

 

This property is personally managed by Sue.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 5 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.8
Overall equipment
5
Overall comfort
4.8
Overall location
5

Reviewed by Lynn, 24th November 2017

The property was perfect as we wanted to be in the middle of town, couldn't be any more central which meant all amenities relevant to a relaxing break were within walking distance. Great pubs, restaurants, shops and coffee shops in the town - spoilt for choice. Very cosy cottage and great use of space so it never felt crowded for 6 grown people sitRead moreting around relaxing together. Hide

Reviewed by Julia, 14th July 2017

This is the most beautifully decorated house I've stayed in. We are stealing so many ideas from the owners for the work we're currently doing on our own house. It's right in the centre of Rye, opposite a pub which didn't get too noisy, a short walk from everything. We recommend the Riverside car park which is only a short walk and costs 5 for 24 hoRead moreurs. You can pull into the little cobbled lane to load and unload your car. Just a lovely, lovely place. Hide

Reviewed by Elly, 7th July 2017

This is a lovely cottage, in a fantastic location, tastefully decorated and very well maintained. Generous 'welcome basket' on arrival and milk in fridge. However, light sleepers may struggle with the early bin men and loud seagull squawks on and off through the night. There's no parking but lots of car parks, though it can be tricky to find a spacRead moree at certain times. Can't fault cottage or location though - it was wonderful. Hide

Reviewed by Chris Mcguinness, 15th April 2016

The house was clean and tidy and well equipped. Beautiful decor and style throughout. We had a wonderful stay, many thanks.

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View towards the cottage
Dining area
Explore Rye
Open plan kitchen/diner
Kitchen
Kitchen applicances
Finishing touches
Church pew seating
Stunning decor
Built in library
Eye catching lounge
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Location

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