Here is a listing of local facilities that you may find of interest when planning your visit here.
In Rye Harbour Village
William the Conqueror Pub
This newly-refurbished pub is popular for its Real Ales and has featured in the Good Pub Guide. Open from mid-day. Find out more by clicking here.
The Inkerman Arms
This pub serves Real Ales and great fish and chips. Find out more by clicking here.
Bosun’s Bite Cafe
The cafe next to the lifeboat house, serving the full English and various breakfast permutations, and family-friendly food. Find out more by clicking here.
Avocet Gallery & Tea Room
Just opposite the village shop, this gallery and tea room offers local art and delicious homemade cakes. Open Thursday to Sunday 10.30 to 4.30pm. Find out more by clicking here.
Rye Harbour Shop
Has a wide range of items for creating your picnic to keep you going on your visit.
The Old Vicarage at Rye Harbour
B&B in a delightful Victorian house standing prominently at the very end of Harbour Road, right at the main entrance to the nature reserve. Find out more by clicking here.
Rye Harbour Holiday Park
A small friendly holiday park with a genuine family feel. Find out more by clicking here.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY SPIRIT
The church of the Holy Spirit at Rye Harbour was built in 1849, designed by Samuel Sanders Teulon. Find out more by clicking here.
Rye Harbour Lifeboat Station
Information about present and past lifeboats. Find out more by clicking here.
Rye Harbour Sailing Club
The club prides itself in the diversity of its members' sailing interests and in the variety of yacht and dinghy classes that are enjoyed. Find out more by clicking here.
CAR PARK AND TOILET
This large car park and toilets with disabled access are now run by Icklesham Parish Council and a donation in the boxes from you will help maintain them for the future.
IN Winchelsea Beach
Sea Road. Licensed supermarket: Post Office, videos, newspapers, fresh bread baked daily, groceries, lottery, snacks, cash machine. Find out more by clicking here.
Sutton's Fish Shop.
Sea Road: Local fish , game, eggs and vegetables. Phone: 01797 226 261
WINCHELSEA BEACH CAFE
Closed for refurbishment. Find out more by clicking here.
CAR PARK AND TOILET
This small car park and toilet with disabled access are maintained by Rother District Council.
More information about Winchelsea Beach can be found by clicking here.