The Kings Head Rye

Historic Inn in Rye, East Sussex

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Rye Hill
Rye
East Sussex
England
TN31 7NH

The Kings Head Rye, Rye

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The Kings Head Rye is located 10 minutes from Rye Town Centre and 10 minutes drive from Camber Sands and Rye Harbour Nature Reserve. We offer boutique style B&B pub food restaurant real ales open fires with comfy seating areas coffee tea free parking Wi Fi throughout family and dog friendly (in Bar area and some rooms) patio garden Seasonal menus local produce where possible Friendly staff private dining / meeting room available. Near to many Golf courses ideal for walks.

The Kings Head Inn a cream painted 17th century coaching inn situated on the outskirts of the picturesque town of Rye one of the most visited places in the whole of the south of England. Owned and run by the Tindall family Steve Lisa James and Lucy and the team extend a warm and personal welcome. This atmospheric inn retains character and charm whilst blending the old with the new after extensive refurbishment completed end Feb 2014.

Open fireplaces comfortable accommodation and a very warm welcome. Dogs allowed in the Bar and Patio area. Complimentary car parking onsite patio garden to the rear of the pub special requirements catered for.

Children welcome. All rooms non-smoking. 10 minute walk to Rye town centre stooped in history and extremely beautiful historic town The surrounding area is blessed with a wealth of local suppliers enabling our chefs to take advantage of the wonderful local ingredients including fresh fish from Rye Bay.

The menu is seasonally inspired good honest wholesome pub food with changing specials to tantalise your taste buds! The kitchen is happy to cater for all kinds of dietary requirements and given enough notice will design dishes to suit all guests' needs. Relax in one of the nine newly refurbished bedrooms each uniquely designed. 7 of our rooms can be twins if required family rooms available too.

All individually furnished to the highest standards All are en-suite with flat screen TVs free Wi-Fi tea & coffee making facilities bottled water and biscuits we are happy to organise any extras to be in your room on arrival e.g. champagne chocolates please contact us directly and we will provide your exact requirements and organise payment to suit . Hairdryers Wi-Fi Flat screen TV shower gel and shampoo is also provided.

Irons and ironing boards are available upon request please ask and we will bring them to your room for you. If you require anything else to make your stay more comfortable please just ask.

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Rye Travel and Heritage Information

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Northiam, St Mary - 5.5 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Great Dixter Gardens - 5.8 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

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