Rye Retreat

The Rye Retreat offers hairstyling and spa treatments in a luxury environment.

https://theryeretreat.co.uk/

 

Rye Kitesurf Centre

Enjoy kitesurfing, kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding at the nearby beaches of Camber and Greatstone.

http://www.thekitesurfcentre.com/

 

Lamb House

National Trust property in the heart of Rye that was once home to novelist Henry James. Keep an eye out for literary events during the year.

http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lamb-house

 

Great Dixter house and gardens

Visit the beautiful family home of gardener and writer Christopher Lloyd.

http://www.greatdixter.co.uk/

 

Camber Castle

A short walk out of town (there is no vehicle access) will take you to an artillery castle built in the time of Henry VIII (Note: Guided visits only).

http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/camber-castle/

 

Kino

A small independent cinema, showing everything from the latest Hollywood movies to live broadcasts of London productions of opera, ballet and theatre.

http://www.kinodigital.co.uk/cinema-venues/kino-rye/

 

Wild Rye

Find out more about the Rye Harbour Nature Reserve and other amazing wild places in and around Rye.

http://www.wildrye.info/

 

Rye Arts Festival

Hugely popular fortnight celebrating art, music and literature.

http://www.ryeartsfestival.co.uk/

 

Rye International Jazz and Blues Festival

Music from around the world.

https://ryejazz.com/

 

Rye Hire

Bicycle and wheelchair hire.

http://www.ryehire.co.uk/Cycle-and-Wheelchair-Hire.html

 

Rye audio tour

Immerse yourself in the history of Rye with this audio tour for smartphones and other MP3 devices

http://domainsupport.co.uk/product/rye-audio-tour/

 

Visit Rye Guide

Find out more about Rye and the surrounding area.

http://www.visitryebay.com/guide/

 

Visit Sussex

A local directory of things to do and places to eat in Rye and other Sussex tourism destinations.

http://www.ryesussex.co.uk/

 

Rye Heritage Centre

Visit the town model and explore the history of the ancient town of Rye.

http://www.ryeheritage.co.uk/