Rye, East Sussex
Rye View is a lovely new townhouse situated in a private gated development in the centre of Rye, East Sussex. We are only yards from Rye’s Strand Quay, bustling with restaurants, antique shops, pubs and cafes. The house has been built to a very high standard and furnished with great flair to provide an extremely comfortable and attractive self catering holiday home with the great advantage of parking for three cars, a luxury in Rye.
As you approach the entrance for Rye View, the gates will open to reveal a prestigious brick paved private road, follow the road round to the left and you will be facing the house, with a modern design with period features of the local grade listed houses in the area but with all the comforts of a new home.
The entrance HallUpon entering through the front door, there is a door to the back garden and internal door to the garage. A cupboard conceals a washer/dryer machine. At the end of the hallway, there is a smartly tiled cloakroom with toilet and basin.
The GardenThe garden has been designed to reflect the local environment, using a mixture of beach shingle, decking and paving. A high wall and fencing offer privacy, with a splash of colour emerging from the newly planted flowers.
The Lounge AreaAs you walk into the lounge area your eyes are drawn to the balcony, a main feature of the room. The exceptionally comfortable large sofa and armchair are a necessity after a long day’s sightseeing, complete with occasional tables. A neat slimline modern cabinet with matching wall unit supports an LCD flat-screen TV complete with DVD player. They are all complemented by large Venetian mirror and striking local photography.
The dining AreaThis is an open plan area neatly situated conveniently to the kitchen. The stylish circular glass-topped table and tall upright leather chairs provide a sophisticated and comfortable environment that may keep you at the table all evening.
The KitchenThe Swedish style cream kitchen with solid oak worktops is fully equipped for making anything from a quick breakfast to a four-course evening meal. The kitchen is equipped with top quality appliances, including a dishwasher, gas hob, electric oven, George Foreman grill, fridge/freezer and microwave with a comprehensive selection of cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery: everything you will ever need to make you feel ‘home from home.’ You will even have a place to store your wine if you venture to one of the many local vineyards.
The Front BedroomThe front bedroom has been designed to work using either the bed as a king size or Twin beds, (if a twin is required this must be requested at the time of booking). No expense has been spared on the comfort of the bed with top quality double sprung beds, so you can be sure of a good night’s sleep. The room has a bespoke headboard as a central feature of the main wall, fitting into the simple black colour theme. The Venetian mirror dressing table reflects the light from the window and the black lace curtain enhances the stylish look. The large built-in the cupboard has ample hanging and shelf space, while the matching bedside tables finish the room.
The back bedroomThe back bedroom has been styled in tones of red with a feature bespoke headboard with matching curtains, throw and lampshades to complete the overall look. There is a top-quality sprung double bed for a good night sleep, simple storage space for hanging clothes with shelves and additional drawer space in the tall maple chest. The look is completed with a decorative hand-painted dresser and matching bedside cabinet.
The bathroomThe bathroom has been tiled to match the downstairs cloakroom with a chrome finish taps, tiled walls and floor. The neat design allows the option of a bath or shower, with a concertina style glass screen, full height heated towel rail, washbasin, shaver point and toilet.
Visiting Rye & Exploring East SussexWhether you are young or old there is something for everyone in Rye. Rye once surrounded by sea, played an important part in the defence of the South coast of England; today it is still important for the local fishing fleet which is a key part of the town. As a medieval town, royalty frequently visited Rye; with Queen Elizabeth I, visiting in 1573. Even today it continues to attract famous artists, writers and celebrities to the area.
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Rates: £435 to £675 per week depending on the season.
Maximum of 4 people.
Children over 4 are welcome.
Sorry, no pets.
Wi-Fi internet access.
Off street parking.
Please note that map locations may be approximate.
Some of the Amenities available are:Wireless Broadband Available
Off Street Parking
More InformationVisit the accommodation owner's website.
Rye View Website
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To make a reservation or to request more information about staying at this accommodation
Call the owner, Jacquie Moore on 07771 884885 or 01797 344384 or, send an email below.