Jeake's House, Rye. Hand Picked Bed and Breakfast in Sussex, England
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Bed and Breakfast in Rye, Sussex


Jeake's House, Rye

Jeake's House

Mermaid Street
Rye
Sussex
TN31 7ET
Tel: +44 (0) 1797 222828
Fax: +44 (0) 1797 222623
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Jeake’s House is a 5 Gold Star award winning establishment providingoutstanding accommodation in Rye. The 16th Century house plays host to the discerning guest who wants to recapture the feel of history while at the same time enjoying a high standard of modern comfort and relaxed hospitality.  Rye accommodation is notoriously good and Jeake’s House certainly lives up to this reputation. Guests will be invariably welcomed by our flirtatious tonkinese, Yum Yum or Monte, cordially complemented by the friendly service of the proprietors, Jenny Hadfield and Richard Martin.

This Rye accommodation is a 5 star award winning establishment, AA highly recommended and Visit Britain gold award holder. Jeake’s House is also the proud recipient of the Good Hotel Guide Cesar award and the Les Routiers best Bed and Breakfast in London and the South East.

Rye itself is a bustling, jovial market town with richly contrasting examples of architecture over several centuries, and being on the famous cobbled Mermaid Street means that there is no more convenient place to stay than Jeakes House Guest Accommodation. Rye boasts a fine museum within the Norman keep of the Ypres Castle, an ancient church with an Elizabethan clock and the last stained glass window created by Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris, art galleries and potteries.

The dramatic bar provides a comfortable and welcoming place to sit and relax before going out for the evening and the perfect place for a drink before you retire for the night. The granite topped honesty bar is open at all times exclusively for Jeake's House guests. You are welcome to help yourself to drinks and to make a note on the pad provided so that the cost can be added to your bill on departure.

A folder of sample menus from local restaurants is available to help you find the best food. We also have advice on walks and attractions in Rye and the surrounding areas so you can make the most of your break away.

Jeake's House, Rye

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BREAKFAST AT JEAKE'S HOUSE
After a comfortable nights sleep at this Rye Bed & Breakfast you will be able to enjoy a delicious breakfast in our galleried dining room which was formally the meeting place of the Rye Quakers.  The building was then bought by the Baptists who used the building as a chapel until 1909. The pews from the chapel have been used to furnish our bar and the old baptismal font still lies under the floor boards.

Leisure facilities
Golf, Fishing, Riding, Historic Houses, Museums, nearby.

Attractions Nearby
Rye is an excellent base for a visit to East Sussex as it boasts art galleries, potteries, wonderful boutique shopping and many excellent restaurants and friendly pubs.

Hastings, Battle and the 1066 country is right on our doorstep. In Hastings there is a chance to go down into the smugglers caves and to visit the ruins of Hastings castle accessed by the east and west cliff railways. Hastings also boasts an aquarium, museums and two popular theatres. Battle Abbey was built by William the conqueror on the site of the battle of Hastings and today provides an excellent account of the time leading up to Harold’s defeat.

From Rye is also possible to visit many interesting castles including our very own Rye tower and Camber castle which makes for an enjoyable walk over the marsh. Hever castle, the home of Anne Boleyn is within easy travelling and gardens and maze provide a pleasant day out. Other castles to visit include Bodium, Pevensy, Lewes, Dover and Leeds.

Another popular attraction is the Sissinghurst gardens, which were designed by the writer Vita Sackville-West in 1967.

Further Information
• AA 5 star Highly Commended Guest Accommodation
• enjoyENGLAND.com Gold Award
• Les Routiers

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