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Why Saltcote Place

One of the best places to stay in Rye.
Celebration of life

Looking for Places to stay in Rye then Saltcote Place could be for you. We tend to have a maximum of two couples staying at a time and on the very rare occasions we have children staying they will have come with your party.

We never impose other peoples children on our guests. This ensures plenty of space for social distancing.

We are thrilled to have been independently assessed as being in the top 3% of accommodation providers in the WORLD by hotels combined.

This is not some paid for advertising mechanism but an independent assessment.

If you enjoy a more personal engagement than formal, prefer not to be surrounded by children, weddings and noisy parties or traffic then Saltcote Place is one of the best places to stay in Rye.

We have our own free secure parking.

Before you arrive let’s have a chat so we understand the purpose of your visit, if it’s an important occasion to you then we will make sure it’s memorable.

Celebration of life
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We have many hundreds of lovely couples who return time after time, it’s the best feeling when nice people return and tell us that we probably offer one of the most relaxed places to stay in Rye.

We care; it’s as simple as that, please read the reviews left by people who booked directly with us, our guests leave here feeling relaxed.

Sarah Rook Image rear of Saltcote Place Rye

Still looking for Places to stay in Rye with parking close to town center, no children and no Seagulls ?

Sounds strange but imagine what happens when a seagull nests on a roof in Rye Citadel and a guest feeds it, this only has to happen a few times and then the birds learn which windows to sit outside and squawk.

So the deal is that if you stay here don’t let them know where you are staying 😉

It is quiet here.  Of the places to stay in Rye we are probably the most quiet, within a short walk you will find everything you need to relax and unwind. The high st, lovely restaurants and pubs are very close but out of earshot.

Sarah Rook Image rear of Saltcote Place Rye