Royal Military - Hydro Shower and Roll-top Bath
5 star, this top Rye Bed and Breakfast suite is uur most popular suite, more Guests rebook this suite than any other. The large warm bathroom, double ended roll top bath as well as Hydro-massage shower; this suite is very popular with the ladies. The Canopy over the bath adds to the character whilst the mains presure hot and cold water ensures there no waiting around. We usually supply Radox or equivalent to which you need only dim the lights open a bottle of wine and relax. The spare bedroomoften used for suitcases also has 3ft wide bunkbeds. See the Royal Military B&B suite here.
Rother Valley - Large double Shower
5 star, this very popular with our guests who may not require a bath but enjoy a feature shower offering space for two people - each with their own mains pressure water. This suite also has its own entrance and three windows is also a feature of the suite many appear to enjoy. The adjoing door to the Royal military is locked from the Royal Military side although is often left open when both suites are used by the same family in which case you have a three bedroom two bathroom suite sleeping six people with considerable comfort.See the Rother Valley Rye Bed and Breakfast Suite here.
Hennessy Suite has three seperate bedrooms
Sleeping from two to six people this elegant penthouse has far reaching sea views, the curve of the earth is clearly visible.
Three spacious bedrooms offer unrivalled comfort, more detail here Hennessy Suite.The large drawing room with plenty of comfortable seating and dining table with eight chairs by the picture window is ideal for a gathering of friends and family.
The three well appointed bedrooms offer two four-poster beds. The Bridal suite is of course the largest and displays an emperor (7ft) square four-poster bed with a mirrored ceiling. The Avenue room offers a generous kingsize barley twisted four-poster with one of the most comfortable mattresses you can buy See the Avenue Room here The Rye Room has the iconic view of Rye as captured by Clive Sawyer in the now famous shot seen the World over depicting this mediaval town from the best possible angle. see the Rye Room here. The Hennessy suite enjoys its own entrance to come and go as you please.