Built during the Arts and Crafts movement of the late 19th Century, Red Cottage Rye was one of the first houses to be built on Mill Salts and between 1909 to 1916 it was the home of Arthur Granville Bradley, a prolific and noted travel writer. In keeping with Rye’s literary history and in his honour, we have named a room after him, ‘The Bradley Wing'.
Although Red Cottage Rye is a new venture for us, we believe we know a thing or two about hospitality, the kind of things you don’t learn by watching ‘Three or Four in a bed’ programmes.
We have indeed resisted a few invitations to appear on those programmes, which really must count in our favour!
High speed WiFi is included in your room so you can browse or work at your leisure.
Five Minutes walk from Rye town center, no need to take the car when you can park for free here.
Breakfast is served in your own breakfast room at a time that suits you.