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Holiday Inspiration - Sussex Cottages

Sussex Cottages

What’s going on in Rye?

Historic Rye has lots to offer . You could start off by exploring the antique shops, stop for a morning coffee then settle down in a pub for a hearty lunch and a local brew and then wander back to your holiday cottage after picking up some local fare for dinner from the fresh fish shops and delicatessens.

Forge Mews (RH1083) is a super little cottage tucked away in a private, gated mews development - Providence Cottage (RH1045) is located just inside the historic Landgate in Rye, this delightful end of terrace cottage with origins dating from 1300s.was converted to an individual cottage in the 16th Century. Hucksteps Row (RH1002) is an enchanting, attached Grade II listed period cottage circa 1400 with later additions in the18th Century, hidden away down a twitten in the oldest and most atmospheric part of Rye.  Come and enjoy Rye with its quaint cobbled streets and wealth of restaurants, cafes, pubs and eclectic range of individual shops.

Anyone for Hastings?

This cosmopolitan town is home to the largest beach-launched fishing fleet in Europe and offers a great collection of antique shops and vintage galleries. We have a few properties located in the Old Town which are great for exploring this lovely area and also very close to the Country Park, with access to miles of walking.

Take a look at Church Passage Cottage (RH1087) and is tucked away in the heart of Hastings Old Town. This gorgeous Grade II listed white weatherboard cottage - just steps from the High Street with all its independent shops, Electric Cinema and boutiques yet only a few minutes walk down to the beach.

If you are reading this and are looking for a getaway for 2, then take a look at our most unusual property - The Piece of Cheese (RH1088) - and experience a real "slice" of history in this unique three cornered cottage - reputed to be the only one in England and the second smallest!