Playden Oasts Inn

Guest Accommodation in Rye, Kent

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Playden Oasts, Rye Road
TN31 7UL

Playden Oasts Inn, Rye

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The Playden Oasts is a three star English Tourist Board Inn full of charm and character just one mile from the historic Cinque Port of Rye. Here you can relax with a quiet drink in our roundel oast bar warmed by the homely log fires. In fine weather enjoy the invigorating countryside air in our spacious beer garden.We have 2 delightful restaurants within our establishment offering a wide range of locally sourced dishes, along with traditional Sunday roasts, we are sure to cater for all your culinary desires.

We also offer an extensive Bar menu which is always available. We are open all day, every day and our food is served at Lunch (12 - 3pm) and Evenings (6 - 9pm).We offer eight fully en-suite bedrooms in our country hotel. If you are looking for a weekend break or just an overnight stay during the week this is the perfect home from home experience.

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