The Mint in Rye is a celebration of medieval history, positioned on a quaint street in the very centre of the ancient citadel of Rye, East Sussex and only seconds from historic landmarks, the river and all the independent shops, cafes and excellent pubs and restaurants the town centre has to offer.
Its sensitive restoration and its position in the oldest part of historic Rye mix beautifully with quirky individual comforts and luxuries throughout the house. With extensive exposed brick work and wooden beams this accommodation conjures up romantic images of the past yet is perfectly restored to provide the very best of modern comforts.
A large Tudor brick inglenook fireplace occupies a whole wall in the living room, the perfect place to kick back and relax on comfortable linen sofas after a day exploring Rye and the surrounding areas. A well equipped kitchen and dining room set the scene for a convivial candlelit dinner in front of a roaring log fire.
Relax in absolute comfort in the charming bedrooms, dressed with crisp white linen and complimentary bathrobes. Roll top cast iron baths encourage an indulgent soak, perhaps reading a vintage book from the house's unique collection.
In the warmer months a private walled courtyard garden provides the perfect spot to enjoy lunch al fresco.
"One of the top 12 places to stay in the UK for interior lovers." As featured in British Vogue.
The Mint in Rye: sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms with 2 bathrooms and a shower room
Living room with sofas and armchairs, inglenook fireplace, digital TV
Dining Room with table and seating, inglenook fireplace, digital radio
Kitchen with electric oven and hob, fridge-freezer, dishwasher
Bedroom 1 (sleeps 2) kingsize bed
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2) kingsize bed
Two bathrooms with cast iron roll top baths
Bedroom 3 (sleeps 2) kingsize bed with en suite shower room
Large separate dressing/reading room with seating
Washing / dryer machine located on this floor
Rear walled courtyard garden with table and chairs
Wifi, Digital TV, Digital Radio, 2 inglenook open fireplaces.
What you need to know
Please note this is a period property so there are some quirky beams and uneven
flooring in some areas so do be careful.
This property is not suitable for children under the age of 4
"An interior lovers heaven. Staying in this medieval cottage is a joy"