The Bell at Iden

Inn in Rye, East Sussex

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Church Lane Iden Near Rye
East Sussex
TN31 7PU

The Bell at Iden, Rye

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Located 2 miles outside of Rye, we are perfectly located for Romney Marsh, and other attractions. We are also 20 minutes drive from the market town of Tenterden, and 35 minutes drive from Ashford, where there is an outlet mall, and of course Ashford international train station, for the EurostarWe have 2 delightful letting rooms,separate to the pub in a converted stable block, both have; King sized beds, with duvets En suite Original oak beams Tea and coffee making facilities Flat screen Televisions with freeview. Touch on bedside lamps.

House trained dogs welcome A full English breakfast is served in our dinning room, or alfresco on our patio, the choice is yours! Breakfasts are cooked to order,and charged at £6.95 per person. Choice of fruit juice, choice of teas or coffees,cereal, bacon, sausage, eggs,beans, tomato and mushrooms, toast and preserves.Check in times 3.00pm until 10.00pm

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