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Price and Availability Index in Rye
Holiday Letting Price Information in Rye
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Rye. Holiday letting prices are the highest in December (22/12 - 29/12). On the other hand, in February you will find the cheapest prices (02/02 - 09/02). Prices this week are on average £112 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Rye
Check how busy Rye is with our availability graph. The busiest time to book a holiday letting in Rye so far is in December (22/12 - 29/12), where only 46 rentals are available. The week with the most available accommodations is in January (26/01 - 02/02), with 87 of the vacation rentals available.
The weather in Rye
Above are the weather conditions for Rye. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 4°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Discover the hidden secrets of Rye with nice accommodation
With a history reaching back to medieval times and modern attractions flowing forth as endlessly as the nearby sea, Rye has it all. Discover the huge, desertlike plain of Camber Sands, or envelop yourself in history.
Museums and gardens
Lamb House offers visitors a fascinating combination of period interiors and stunning walled gardens, filled with roses, lilies, and daffodils. While the green-fingered will appreciate the surroundings, it was also once the home of writers Henry James and E.F. Benson, making it a mecca for bookworms around the globe.
Playtime in Rye
Rye's playgrounds are many. From the historical Kent & East Sussex Railway, which regularly holds family events, to the Tenterden Leisure Centre, where you can glide down flumes and rapids, you’ll find everything. Lydd Kart Circuit, where you can blast around the track for very reasonable prices, makes for another great day out with the family.
Sights not to be missed
St. Mary's Parish Church
For nearly a thousand years, the Parish Church of St. Mary has overlooked the town of Rye from atop a nearby hill. The church faced its biggest challenge in 1377, when French invaders sacked the town. The church bells were taken to France, but recovered the following year and hung in Watchbell Street to be used as warning in case of a future attack.
Rye Harbour Nature Reserve
These 465 hectares of marshland are home to a huge variety of wildlife, with 3,540 species recorded so far – including some of Britain's most endangered. The area has long been a military stronghold, with fortifications dating to the 16th, 19th, and 20th centuries throughout the reserve. A huge network of paths connects it with Rye and Winchelsea Beach.
The only system of sand dunes in East Sussex, Camber sits east of the River Rother estuary and reaches all the way to the county of Kent. When desert shots are required, lower budget movies made in the UK invariably shoot them in Camber. Brightly coloured kites illuminate the skies at this favourite destination.
Rye Heritage Centre
Check out a model of Rye at this fascinating centre offering information on the story of the region. A renowned sound and light show is a feature of the museum. The centre also offers historical walking tours of the area, and guided ghost tours of the many haunted buildings in this ancient area.
Ypres Tower Museum
The reason for the construction of Ypres Tower remains a mystery. It was built around 1240, during the reign of Henry III. One theory suggests that since Normandy had recently been lost, the king feared future attacks by the French and had the tower constructed. Although it has had many uses throughout its history, it has primarily served as a defence for Rye.
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