Simon the Pieman
Church of St Mary the Virgin
Rye's church is a hotchpotch of medieval and later styles and its turret clock is the oldest in England (1561) still working with its...
This Georgian town house is a favourite stomping ground for local apparitions, but not that of its most famous resident, American writer...
Just off Church Sq stands the sandcastle-esque Ypres Tower (pronounced 'wipers'). You can scramble through the 13th-century building to...
Push open the heavy oak door of this 15th-century inn for a homely experience provided by the same family for the past 50 years! A...
Lonely Planet review
Many local cream-tea cognoscenti assert that this traditional tearoom, Rye's oldest, does the best scone-cream-jam combo this side of Romney Marsh. Further foes of tooth and waistline tempt from the shop's window.