Room 1 is a standard room in the oldest part of the building. It has low beams so if you’re tall you’ll need to duck. Obviously ice is on hand though if it comes to it. This room has a small bathroom with a bath and a shower.
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Type Pub B&B
From £110 per room per night
The Ship in Rye has 10 bedrooms, a restaurant and bar downstairs, places to sit outside in the summer and the snug for the winter.
All bedrooms are en-suite but each has its own personality so worth checking the rooms section to see which you think will suit you best. Tariff for the rooms is £125 for a standard room and £110 for a small room
The room price includes breakfast. Please note a two night minimum stay applies at the weekends.
If you’re staying at the pub and get tired of being out & about there’s lots to do here – choose from Scrabble, Risk, a special Rye variation of Monopoly, dominoes, Jenga and a load of books and DVDs – spanning all interests from artistic films made by locally important people like Derek Jarman, the entire BBC series of Mapp & Lucia – shot here in Rye! as well as old favourites like Blithe Spirit, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie & Rebecca… For the truly discerning, we’ve all the Die Hard & Rocky ?lms ever made.
The spirit we take to whatever we cook is to use local, sustainable / organic ingredients and to stay closely connected to the seasons. Then to that we add a passion for brine, smoke, salt and chilli, and hopefully come up with something half way decent. Have a look at a menu to see if it’s your sort of thing.
Food in the most part is cooked from scratch – with the exception of things other people do better than us – like the bread which is from local artisan bakers, The Lighthouse Bakery.
Room 2 is the smallest room but also one of the most charming in our opinion. It’s a bit like being in the cabin of an actual Ship! It has wide wooden floorboards, and steps up and down and in and out for you to clamber about in. it has a tiny bathroom with a bath and a shower.
If you’re noise sensitive it’s worth noting you can sometimes hear people in the room next to you.
Room 3 is a small room and has heaps of character with wide wooden painted floorboards. It has a nice view out towards the town and up mermaid street. The bathroom is tiny and has a shower room in this case, no bath.
If you’re travelling with friends then booking rooms 2 and 3 makes sense as they are very close together. If you’re noise sensitive it’s worth noting you can sometimes hear people in the room next to you.