2 STONEWORK COTTAGES
Rye Harbour Road,
Sorry, no pets.
Low season: £415 pw.
Mid season: £450 pw.
High season: £520 pw.
Please see calendar for short breaks.
For further details please contact:
Katy Humphreys and Richard Monk
Tel: 01342 841625 (day)
Tel: 01737 769168 (evening)
Mobile: 07971 702973
Reload this mapYou will find a warm welcome at 2 Stonework Cottages; a cosy, well-equipped 2 bedroomed Victorian terraced cottage situated on the edge of Rye Harbour nature reserve. The ancient town of Rye is only 2 miles away.
The cottage features:
- Our comfortable cottage provides a great location from which to explore this diverse area of South East England, whether you are looking for history, watersports, walking, cycling, birdwatching, arts and crafts, antiques, finding a nice pub for dinner or just sitting by the river watching the water and people.
- The river 'Point' is 5 minutes walk, the beach is perhaps 10 minutes walk.
- The village nature reserve has been expanded and designated as a Site of Special Scientific interest. Staff and volunteers offer a variety of activities for all ages to get the best from your visit. Bring binoculars if you have them.
- 2 village pubs serve food and the Bosun's Bite cafe offers good value breakfast and lunch.
- The village church welcomes visitors and the churchyard is worth a visit.
- A regular bus service takes you to Rye town's historic cobbled streets, antique shops and restaurants. There is an excellent Tourist Information Office in Rye. A safe cycle lane leads from the village to the town, Rye Hire offers bicycles for hire, well worth it as the terrain outside the local towns is generally flat.
- Rye now has a Kino which is a splendid addition to the local activities.
- There is an active community of local artists and photographers in Rye Harbour village and Rye town, some pieces are exhibited at the village teashop.
- Our other local historic town, Winchelsea is 10 minutes by car, while the popular resort of Camber sands takes 15 minutes by car. Romney Marsh and Dungeness, with its old lighthouse, the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch light railway and the RSPB site are just a little further westwards.
- Ashford Eurostar station is 20 minutes by train eastwards from Rye town.
- Historic Hastings, home to the largest remaining fishing fleet launched from the beach and boasting fine fishing net huts, is 20 minutes to the west by train.
- Brighton is accessible by train or road.
What we cannot do:
- Ground Floor: Lounge with woodburning stove (some logs provided), dining room, kitchen, shower room/wc.
- Upstairs: 1 double bedroom, and 1 roomy twin bedroom with 3ft beds.
- As there is no mains gas in the village the cottage is equipped with electric hob and oven. Also provided are microwave, toaster, fridge and washing machine.
- Colour TV with freeview & DVD player, DAB radios and WiFi.
- Seating area in rear yard.
- Electricity and heating included in the price.
- Bed linen and towels are included in price.
- No smoking in the cottage please.
- We cannot cater for children under 3 years as the stairs are a little steep.
- We cannot accommodate pets.