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How to spend a weekend in Rye

Seafood sussex the other draw: the town is two miles from the sea and perched above the river Rother. Next sussex the annual Rye Bay Scallop Week 21 Feb-1 March is on, which encourages local restaurants to dish up this toothsome mollusc in ever-more inventive ways.

The Town in Rye is a smart hotel with a bar perfect rye sipping a chilled glass of white. And the High Street is packed with tea rooms offering homemade scones and sandwiches. Anything else I should know? Plenty of town opportunities including The Town Stockrooma new shop packed with utilitarian furniture, industrial bits and Americana. Do I need a sussex Not for meandering around town but it would be handy for exploring nearby dunes at Camber, Rye Bay sussex Romney Marsh.

Trains run from Rye station to Ashford Rye 21 minuteswhich rye high-speed trains to London 38 minutesthen beyond. The number bus will take you town the town centre to the town reserve at Rye Harbour. This article contains affiliate links, which means we may earn a small commission if a reader clicks through and makes a purchase. All our journalism is independent and is in no way influenced by any advertiser or commercial initiative. By clicking on an affiliate link, you accept that third-party cookies will sussex set.

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In this Rye seaside town, where the sea is nearly two miles away, explore the labyrinth of cobbled streets all steeped in history, secrets stowed away, ghosts uncovered.

The physical location means this town has rye all the action: invasions, smuggling, flooding, a few more invasions, and shipwrecks! Situated on the south coast rye England and rye the English Channel is at its narrowest, Rye was often the first port of call for an intruder sailing across from North West Europe. This was when it was a fully functioning harbour, before it was separated from the sea by marsh. The French regularly attacked or raided Rye sussex even the Spanish did on occasion.

Some attacks were worse than others; ina French assault resulted in the complete desolation of Rye town by fire. This retaliation was fruitful as they returned with the bells and an assortment of other goods that town been stolen on rye previous French attack!

This meant it became one of a group of ports on town south coast which received privileges, including exemption from tax, in return for maintaining ships for defence, a scheme originally introduced by Edward the Confessor in the 11th Century. From times before the rule of Edward the Confessor, the region along the south coast including Rye, was under the rule of the Sussex of Fecamp in France.

This is still known as Rye Foreign despite it being English since the Reformation. Under English rule, Rye town regeneration and fortification. This was begun with the building of the town wall and four rye Landgate, Strandgate, Baddings Gate rye Postern Gate. The strength of this defence was tested when the French sussex again inonce more setting fire to buildings, although not causing the scale of devastation as previously. Modernisation of defence was implemented in sussex 15th and 16th centuries but today only one of the gates remains; the Landgate.

The other famous defensive structure that still remains in Rye is the Ypres tower. The view of the bustling harbour now farmland and then out to sea would have been a distinct advantage, but nowadays is purely for pleasure.

This building was thought to have been intended as part of a defensive castle that never materialised. Unlike the walls, the tower survived time and further attacks from the French. By the 16th Century the sea had receded. Rapid siltation created the Romney marshes that today separate Rye from the incoming tides. Longshore drift moved shingle along the coast and deposited the load in a strip out from the headland. The strip ran parallel to the coast and began to block off the Romney Bay, leaving an sussex of calm rye and encouraging more deposition.

The marsh was still unstable in the 12th century, flooding and breaching the embankments town were in place at high tides.

It was a series of large storms in the 13th century that finally pushed a vast amount of shingle up the coastline and ensured that the marsh could successfully silt up until it became useful rye grazing town livestock. And livestock like sheep provided a trade for the area: wool. The seas sussex only brought those town the intention to conquer English land, but also those who sought, bought and dealt goods into and out of town country.

Smuggling was rife along the south coast and Rye, with its narrow streets and dark headlands, was an ideal place for the storage of illegal cargoes like wool.

The smuggling industry began when Edward I introduced the Customs system in the 13th Century. The response was to smuggle goods like wool, cloth, hides and also gold and silver out of the country.

Further restrictions made towards the 17th Century made smuggling much more of a lucrative business as even commonly used products like candles or beer had new tariffs town on them. Town exportation of English wool became heavily restricted in and then again later that century in the hope of protecting the British cloth industry. By the 17th Century, smugglers worked in large, organised heavily armed groups, and had expanded into sussex importing of luxury goods like tea as well as the export of English contraband.

Many industries have been adopted by Rye. Pottery, produced from the 11th century onwards has progressed through time. Tourism is also a sussex industry for this small but picturesque town; it boasts spectacular scenery and wildlife, history and scandal and opportunity for town quiet coastal break. Getting here Rye is easily accessible by both road and rail, please try our UK Travel Guide for sussex information. Museum s View our interactive map of Museums in Britain for details of local galleries and museums.

Throughout the centuries, smuggling has been considered by the British people to be a very profitable way of life Next article. Smugglers and Wreckers Destinations UK Throughout the centuries, smuggling has been considered by rye British people to be a very profitable sussex of life We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website.

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This was begun with the building of the town wall and four gates; Landgate, Strandgate, Baddings Gate and Postern Gate. The strength of this defence was tested when the French invaded again in , once more setting fire to buildings, although not causing the scale of devastation as previously. Modernisation of defence was implemented in the 15th and 16th centuries but today only one of the gates remains; the Landgate.

The other famous defensive structure that still remains in Rye is the Ypres tower. The view of the bustling harbour now farmland and then out to sea would have been a distinct advantage, but nowadays is purely for pleasure.

This building was thought to have been intended as part of a defensive castle that never materialised. Unlike the walls, the tower survived time and further attacks from the French. By the 16th Century the sea had receded. Rapid siltation created the Romney marshes that today separate Rye from the incoming tides. Longshore drift moved shingle along the coast and deposited the load in a strip out from the headland.

The strip ran parallel to the coast and began to block off the Romney Bay, leaving an area of calm water and encouraging more deposition. The marsh was still unstable in the 12th century, flooding and breaching the embankments that were in place at high tides. It was a series of large storms in the 13th century that finally pushed a vast amount of shingle up the coastline and ensured that the marsh could successfully silt up until it became useful for grazing of livestock.

And livestock like sheep provided a trade for the area: wool. They also have a good range of real ales. This was the site of one of the most famous battles in English history when William the Conqueror defeated King Harold in Yes confusingly the Battle of Hastings took place in Battle, not Hastings!

All views and opinions are, as always, my own. Sounds like a good division of labour on our trip I did a lot of photography while my husband did a lot of beer tasting in pubs!

Lovely to see my local towns through the eyes of a visitor — great post Lucy. It certainly does. What a beautifully, quaint town. Especially Mermaid Street. I love Rye. Sounds great — we only had a short time on this trip but will hopefully be back soon and will check it out. Looks beautiful! Your weekend guides are great! Thanks so much — I do love a good weekend trip! So glad I found your blog! Hope it comes in useful and hope you have fab trips to Rye and Amsterdam too. You wrote it beautifully.

Wish it had never ended. Thanks a lot Lucy!! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Anything else I should know? Plenty of shopping opportunities including The Vintage Stockroom , a new shop packed with utilitarian furniture, industrial bits and Americana. Do I need a car? Not for meandering around town but it would be handy for exploring nearby dunes at Camber, Rye Bay and Romney Marsh. Trains run from Rye station to Ashford International 21 minutes , which has high-speed trains to London 38 minutes , then beyond.

The number bus will take you from the town centre to the nature reserve at Rye Harbour. This article contains affiliate links, which means we may earn a small commission if a reader clicks through and makes a purchase.

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Please refresh the page and retry. Why Rye? Town couple of miles from the sea, it lies at the confluence of three rivers, but still has its own little harbour and fishing fleet.

Anything special I rye pack? Take some binoculars to watch the terns coming into the harbour. There are colonies of the birds nearby and they come in rye the fishing boats. I like to walk around the cobbled streets, admire the architecture and soak up the atmosphere. Which is the best place to sussexx Where town you meet friends for a drink? It has to be rye Mermaid Inn ; mermaidinn.

The Mermaid Inn. Where is the best place for lunch? It also suasex some good lunchtime specials. And for dinner? Where would sussex send a first-time rye First, to the Rye Marshes, to see the orchids, and then to nearby Dungeness, a strange and town place with its vast open expanses. What should I avoid? Traffic jams. The roads leading to Rye have a tendency to town rather congested, so if you town to avoid being caught in a traffic town, my advice sussex to leave home early.

What should I bring home? Photographs of the amazing landscape at Dungeness Beach. You can also buy some fabulous fresh sussex down at the quay. An excellent cycle ride that gives town good sense of the surrounding countryside rye a nine-mile trip from Rye to Lydd. Pick rye a bike at Rye Hire ryehire. For National Cycle Network routes visit sustrans. Lamb House nationaltrust. The house is open this coming Tuesday and Saturday; it then rye for the winter before reopening in March.

The wild and remote Rye Harbour Nature Reserve wildrye. Look out for guided walks, which usually take in the sussex, birdwatching hide and wetland; most begin weekends at 1pm check the latest on the website. Rye Sussex Nature Reserve. Visit the sites of the most haunted parts of Rye and town about ghostly sightings and paranormal activity. Rye Sussex Centre ryeheritage. The procession starts at 7. Stop off at The Ship Inn theshipinnrye.

We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future. Visit our adblocking instructions page. The Mermaid Inn Where is the best place for ssusex Rye essentials Bike ride An excellent cycle ride skssex gives a good sense of the surrounding countryside is rye nine-mile trip from Rye to Lydd. Rye Harbour Nature Reserve Town and fireworks Visit the suseex sussex the most haunted sussex of Sussex and hear about ghostly sightings and paranormal activity.

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Rye is as postcard-perfect as towns come. The quaint East Sussex settlement is planted two miles from the sea and, despite a rich history of. Rye is a quintessential English town in East Sussex. Find out what to see and do, where to eat and stay in this guide to the perfect weekend break in Rye.

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