everything nice place could not fault great for bird watchers dog walkers and just strolling through lots of seats and bird hides very friendly place to walk
This is a pretty windy and desolate place on the whole, but it's pretty quiet as far as people are concerned and there are plenty of hides to go in and look out for birds, with interpretation. No doubt it's fascinating for accomplished bird watchers. For people like me, it's interesting to see a few water birds that we don't... More
We visited at the end of the daylight and witnessed a most wonderful sunset over the salt marsh. Birds were abundant and we saw them returning home to roost with a bright and colourful background.
If you love walking, on a lovely day this could be the place for you. Drive out of Rye town, turn left by the windmill roundabout towards Winchelsea then in quarter of a mile turn left again into the road which is mostly trading estate, drive right up to the end to the big car park on the right. From... More
Only about half a mile to Rye harbour entrance along wide tarmac path, Nature Reserve hide to watch the wildlife about half way, Sandy beach at low tide, otherwise shingle. Camber all sand on other side of river but you have to access it from the Camber side. Avocet tea room and Bosun's Bite Cafe both in Rye harbour Village... More
You really have to be in to birds to get the most out of this one. At any time it is a very pleasnat walk out t the sea and beyond. Loads of people, especially dog walkers, do it all the time. But if you're a birder with some good bins and you've timed your visit to an hour or... More
This was not our first visit here, although due to time restraints was not able to do the full circuit, this is a lovely place for wildlife and somewhere to go and be with nature in a quiet and relaxing place, a must for all wildlife and seashore lovers.
great when you get there, but you have to drive through large industrial area to get to it . if your looking to eat go back into rye town, there is a pub offering food but would not recommend. take comfy shoes and a coat as can get cold.
excellent place to visit. sea , boats wildlife what more could anybody ask for. will go again for sure.also went into hastings and eastbourne on a couple of days. went to battle abbey and the battlle site for the 1066 battle of hastings ..give them all a go , well worth it the time and effort
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