2 Stonework Cottages in Rye Harbour is a cosy, comfortable 2-bedroom Victorian terraced cottage situated on the edge of the Rye Harbour nature reserve. The cottage is well-equipped and accommodates 4 people comfortably.
The cottage is perfectly situated to explore this diverse, interesting and beautiful part of Britain. Whether you are interested in history, sitting on a beach, walking, cycling, birdwatching, watersports, art and crafts, antiques, or just finding a nice pub for dinner, our area has something for you.
And while the ancient town of Rye is only 2 miles away, you’ll find our prices considerably less than the cost of renting a cottage there.
What people say
The feedback we get shows that people enjoy both the comfortableness of the cottage and the wide variety of places to visit.
This is what one family wrote: “We very much enjoyed our stay at your cottage. The fresh flowers and biscuits were a nice welcome and everything was just as we might have hoped.
“Beds were comfy, everything spick and span and the cottage well equipped. We would certainly revisit and hope to be back soon. Thank you.”
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Where to go
Whether you want to stay in the local area or travel a bit further afield, there’s masses to do.
There’s a wonderful nature reserve on our doorstep and a village shop, cafe and two pubs in the village. Two miles away in Rye, you will find historic cobbled streets, antique shops and restaurants.
Also accessible is our other local historic town, Winchelsea, the popular resort of Camber Sands, the Dungeness RSPB reserve, the Romney Marshes and Hastings.
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We’re Katy and Richard, and we own 2 Stonework Cottages.
Katy grew up in Rye Harbour from the age of 8 so we bought the cottage in order to maintain our links with the area. She still has family in the area, who help with cleaning and making the cottage a welcome place for new arrivals.
We’re keen bird watchers so love visiting our neighbouring nature reserve and the other interesting places for birds in the local area.
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