Rye Harbour Nature Reserve - Saltcote Place
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Rye Harbour Nature Reserve

Rye Harbour Nature Reserve

Rye Harbour Nature Reserve can be seen from Saltcote Place. We enjoy visiting the Rye Harbour Nature Reserve with or without binoculars which are freely available in the Discovery Centre.

Sussex Wildlife Trust manage the nature reserve see their website here https://rye.sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk/

The Nature Reserve is a flat and easily accessible walk with at least 4 walks and plenty of wildlife viewing options that are wheelchair accessible.

To get to the nature reserve we suggest a car or public transport unless you happen to have a cycle with you (these are available to hire from Rye Hire. We suggest you avoid walking there as it requires a rather boring walk through Rye industrial estate.

If you are staying at Saltcote Place we are happy to offer secure off road parking for your cars and safe storage for your cycles. Breakfasts can start as early as 9am or as late as 10am. Please book direct with us on 01797.222220 to avoid paying any booking commissions.

Eating at Rye Harbour
Once at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve there is plenty of parking, the William the Conqueror pub is opposite the RNLI and have outside eating areas, the pub offers a wide range of eating options largely based on Cypriot options.

The Discovery Centre offer teas and coffees, cakes and biscuits but not full meals and there are no alcoholic options.

There is a cafe in the Caravan park open to non residents.

The Discovery Centre was designed by Simpson and Brown