Holiday home rental in Rye, East Sussex
The Mint is a celebration of medieval history. Its sensitive restoration and its position in the oldest part of historic Rye mix beautifully with quirky individual comforts in every room. More details...
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Wander through the cobbled streets of historic Rye,up through the Rye Arch to admire the House with Two Door. Lunch at the George followed by a visit to Rye Pottery perhaps. Beaches of Camber are just up the road.
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- Restored 15th century Tudor building in the heart of ancient Rye
- Gastro pubs and cafes, antiques, cobbled streets, all on your doorstep
- Camber Sands just a 10-15 minute drive
The Mint in Rye: sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms with 2 bathrooms and 1 ensuite shower room
Living room with sofas seating 6, inglenook fireplace ,TV
Dining Room with table and seating for 6, inglenook fireplace
Kitchen with electric oven and hob, fridge-freezer, dishwasher
Master bedroom (sleeps 2) kingsize bed
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2) kingsize bed
Two bathrooms with freestanding baths
Bedroom 3 (sleeps 2) kingsize bed with en suite shower room
Separate dressing room with wardrobe and drawer space and seating
Washing / dryer machine located on this floor
Rear patio garden with table and chairs seating 6
The Mint is a formative part of the ancient town of Rye, a quaint street only seconds from the Heritage Centre; river and all the independent shops and cafes the town centre has to offer. Step into the living room and admire the large Tudor brick inglenook fireplace that occupies a whole wall, the comfortable sofas are a perfect place from which to congregate after an exciting day out exploring the area.
With a well equipped kitchen, perfect for preparing an evening meal, and extensive exposed brick work and beams this accommodation conjures up images of the past. Relax in absolute comfort in the sumptuous bedrooms, with complimentary dressing robes you will be enveloped in luxury.
When out and about, the town still has a busy fishing fleet and fresh fish can be bought at Fish market Quay. For those wishing to eat out Rye has a wide variety of pubs, inns and excellent restaurants; The George, The Ship and The Standard for example, many of these in historic buildings. What could be more perfect in cool weather than enjoying a lunch or afternoon tea in front of a roaring log fire in one of these many charming locations.
And if you would like to hear about the renovation of this wonderful medieval building, just click here.
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