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stayed here between Christmas and the New Year -last minute booking for a BB stay.
This is a very old inn and as a result lots of nooks and crannies, and slightly squeaky florboards in places. The room was a regular double and adequate for...More
Last year this was a noisy thriving pub with bags of atmosphere (with perhaps too much loud music) with a lot of custom; we could also pick up a daily paper and sit and watch the world go by with a drink: but there was...More
Arrived early for Dinner bought and booked on line by my daughter on line. Great welcome glass of bubbly, followed by canapes, a nice starter, crab and hams, sorbet, Sea Bass and mussles, lots of English cheeses. Very prompt service,lots of personal attention, excellent food,...More
We've been here a few times and always like the table by the fire for lunch after a long windy walk. It was a week day so quiet. The young woman that served us was lovely, she knew her menu and she took the time...More
We just wanted a bar type meal and the Ship Inn provided exactly what we were looking for. My burger was excellent, best I've had for a while, and the accompanying fries were also very good. My wife had the fish cakes which she said...More
The Ship is in central Rye, at the bottom of Mermaid Street. Built in 1592, it was originally a warehouse to store contraband seized from smugglers. It is now a characterful pub, with beams, wooden floors & log fires. Open from eleven every day for freshly prepared food, local fish, Bloody Marys, real ales & organic cider. 10 comfy modern rooms (four of which are dog-friendly) - all with en-suite bath or shower. Children, dogs are especially welcome.