Gay Lesbian Friendly Accommodation Rye, Rye Bay and Camber Sands Rye

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Gay Friendly Bed & Breakfast, Restaurant, Rye, East Sussex
Whitehouse Rye, Gay Friendly Bed and Breakfast and Restaurant, High Street, Rye, East Sussex

 The Whitehouse Rye can be found in Rye's High Street, and its beautiful Georgian frontage belies its distinguished medieval heritage, All of the seven pretty and elegant en suite bedrooms have period furniture, with two having romantic four-posters. Each of these beautiful rooms have: well stocked hospitality trays, crisp linen sheets, fluffy towels and thoughtful little touches that make all the difference to your stay. Comfort and relaxation here at the White Vine is the highest priority of Claudia and Tim who both pull out all the stops in the hospitality stakes to ensure you are well looked after. The breakfasts here at the Whitehouse are superb and taken in the Elizabethan dining room resplendent with its French Oak panelling and full of atmosphere just like the rest of this beautiful house. The Vine restaurant and Café is open to non- residents and serves some seriously good if not over-complicated food using the finest of locally sourced produce. The Whitehouse is fully licensed so there’s no closing time and your elegant bedroom is only up the stairs. Next morning you cen enjoy a hearty breakfast to set you up for the day.


 Gay Friendly Boutique Bed and Breakfast, Rye, East Sussex
Jeake's House Gay Friendly 5 Star Bed and Breakfast, Mermaid Street, Rye, East Sussex

Jeake's House sits snuggled amongst other fine examples of Elizabethan dwellings on Rye’s most famous thoroughfare Mermaid Street that
often enjoys the richly deserved title of “the prettiest street in England”. There is an ethereal quality
here amongst the cobblestones
and ancient buildings that conjures up a world of Dickensian characters. This delicious atmosphere continues inside this flawless example of a
16th century house, flowing effortlessly throughout the richly decorated rooms that are punctuated with exquisite furnishings and antiques.
The bedrooms and suites here are simply to die for, all named after literary and artistic figures who have visited Rye and the former residents of Jeake's House. The friendly proprietors of this gorgeous hotel are Jenny and Richard who explained to me their passion for keeping these characters alive. Each of the stunning suites and bedrooms have been lovingly restored without detriment to their fine distinguished heritage, mixing traditional elegance with unashamed luxury. All of these stunning rooms are equipped with: direct dial telephone, television, hairdryer, generous hospitality tray and each afford atmospheric views from the ancient and picturesque Mermaid Street to the wild and untamed beauty
of Romney Marsh across the enchanting red rooftops of Rye. Breakfasting here at Jeake's is an absolute delight and is taken in the beautiful galleried dining room where tables graced with fine linen and period balloon backed chairs await you amidst this richly decorated room. The breakfast menu excites, tempts and promises you an array of traditional favourites from devilled kidneys to smoked wild salmon, all cooked with passion and served with style. Parking in Rye like many ancient towns is an extraordinarily difficult challenge. However, guests arriving by car at Jeake's House need not concern themselves with such trifles as private parking is provided, and in Rye that’s priceless. What a delightful stay.


Gay Friendly 5 Star Bed and Breakfast, Wedding Reception and Renewal of Vows Venue, Rye, East Sussex
Manor Farm Oast, Gay Friendly Bed and Breakfast, Windmill Lane, Icklesham, Rye, East Sussex

Driving along quiet country lanes between Hastings and Rye with the warm spring sun on our faces and the air heady with the scent of apple blossom from many orchards that abound in this most beautiful part of East Sussex is where we found Manor Farm Oast. What a hidden treasure it is for only the luckiest people to find. In its past life this little gem was a three roundel Oast House. It began its new career as a bed and breakfast in 1996 when Kate and Syd the friendly owners found and fell in love with it. Over the years they have lavished much care and attention into making the fabulous bed and breakfast it is today. There are four pretty en-suite bedrooms including the completely round Oast Room which is simply gorgeous. All of these bedrooms are immaculately presented and beautifully equipped with King Size Beds, generous hospitality trays, TV, Wi-Fi access (you can borrow a laptop to check emails if you have left yours at home), with pretty views across the gardens to the open countryside; all this together with lots of special thoughtful touches just say everything about the commitment Kate and Syd have made to providing the finest accommodation, hospitality and welcome for their guests. The food here is a delight and a big part of the Manor Oast experience; you see Kate is an accomplished cook and Syd told us that she can often be found in her farmhouse kitchen up to her elbows in flour baking cakes for afternoon teas or preparing astonishingly good evening meals for her guests. Just imagine what a perfect setting for a romantic country wedding and reception The Manor Farm Oast would make: fabulous location, beautiful accommodation and Kate’s astonishingly good food. No wonder that they have won more awards for their hospitality and food than you can shake a stick at. Fabulous!

Gay Friendly Luxury 4 Star Guest House and Restaurant, Winchelsea, Rye, East Sussex
Strand House, Gay Friendly Guest House and Restaurant, Tanyards Lane, Winchelsea, Rye, East Sussex

Strand House Guest House
is a luxury bed and breakfast near Rye that dates back to the 13th Century making it even older than the famous Mermaid Inn at Rye. Strand House is owned and run by two remarkably talented people Mary Sullivan and Hugh Davie who, together with their friendly team of staff, make staying here so very special. Steeped in history, Strand House started life as a hospital inhabited by monks then
in the 15th century it became the village workhouse. Its architectural heritage is deliciously evident where low ceilings braced with ancient oak beams look down on rooms with inglenook fireplaces and winding stairs where the eye is constantly drawn to the pretty and tranquil surroundings through leaded windows. The whole house simply oozes an atmosphere of period character and a unique dignified charm. Strand Guest House Rye has 13 bedrooms, all of which seem to compete for your attention with their different character, size and style
. The bedrooms here range from a luxurious and romantic Tudor Room four-poster to a garden room. All are en-suite with either bath or shower, and are all beautifully presented and come equipped with flat-screen TV, complementary White Company London toiletries, generous hospitality tray including hand made biscuits, and free Wi-Fi, The superior rooms provide tables and chairs and fluffy dressing gowns and use of a DVD and video library. For guests there
are two sitting rooms, a bar, a stunning dining room and a beautiful garden. The food at Strand House, whether breakfast, afternoon tea or dinner, is seriously good and is central to the whole Strand House experience. Mary and her team use local fresh
ingredients, cooked with skill
and an astonishing passion
. The menu changes daily depending on what the fishing boats bring into Rye Harbour and what is best from the local organic farm. The whole country house atmosphere and its beautiful location makes Strand House perfect for an elegant country style wedding.

Gay Owned and Run Guest Accommodation, Rye, East Sussex
Aviemore House, Gay Friendly Licensed Guest Accommodation, Fishmaket Road, Rye, East Sussex

Aviemore Guest House occupies two late Victorian properties with all of the history, quirkiness that you would expect from such an historic property.  However, this beautiful historic house has holds a fabulous surprise: whilst all of the rooms are immaculately presented, some with a modern vibe of Chelsea House chic and some traditional, all have fabulous facilities including original fireplaces and stunning shower rooms. You just choose your room you like. The juxtaposition at Aviemore House between the old and the contemporary for us is simply delicious and there is a supper guest lounge and honesty bar where you can relax and enjoy a glass or two of your favourite tipple whilst meeting your fellow guests. Aviemore guest house enjoys a petty terraced garden from where you can discover the secret steps leading straight to the centre of Rye which is one of England's best preserved and most loved medieval towns with its array of shops and restaurants and famous ethereal quality of Rye whilst you wander amongst the cobblestones and ancient buildings that all of which conjure a world of Dickensian characters and pirvateers. Please do leave room for the breakfasts here at The Aviemore as are plentiful scrummy and just to die. Apart from all of the fabulous amenities and accommodations it has to be the fabulous hospitality provided by the friendly couple Jeremy and Tomas your hosts, who work tirelessly to provide super accommodation for all of their guests to ensure that they enjoy their holiday. Well done Jeremy and Tomas, you are both stars

 Information About Rye

Rye in the county of East Sussex is a rich maze of romantic cobbled streets steeped in maritime history that have long been a favoured haven for artists and writers. Among its illustrious former residents are the great and the good including authors E.F.Benson, Henry James, Edith Wharton, HG Wells and
 Spike Milligan!  Today, Rye's charming blend of antiques shops, art galleries and restaurants together with fabulous gay and lesbian  friendly holiday accommodations attracts GLBT visitors from all over the world. Close by Camber Sands stunning and famous stretch of sandy beach is  the perfect gay lesbian friendly get away with miles of unspoilt coast and amazingly the only sand dunes system to be found anywhere along the East Sussex Coastline.
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