Whitehouse Bed & Breakfast in Rye

Where to stay in Rye

Whitehouse Bed & Breakfast in Rye boasts a central location in Rye with larger than usual bedrooms and an amazing breakfast selection. If you are arriving from the train station, the B&B is located less than a 5 minute walk away. As the B&B is situated on the High Street, there is no parking on site if you travel by car. You can park in The Cattle Market Car Park (TN31 7NA) near the station for just £2 for 24 hours. We managed to purchase a 48 hour ticket so didn’t have to travel back to renew the ticket.

Bed & Breakfast in Rye

There are 6 bedrooms available at this bed & breakfast in Rye with breakfast included in the rate. All come with en suite bathrooms, Nespresso Machine & Prince + Sons Tea and a Smart TV. The names of the rooms are brilliant – Roly Poly, Muffin, Crumpet, Whoppie, Tart and Rum Baba!

bed & breakfast in rye

We stayed in Crumpet, one of the two attic rooms, with a king size bed, separate lounge seating area (including a sofa bed), two armchairs, coffee table and large bathroom with a modern freestanding bath. We loved the bath but hadn’t appreciated that there wouldn’t be a freestanding shower as well.

Breakfast is served anytime in the day at the café downstairs which is open to the public. It was nice not to be restricted on timings for once!

bed & breakfast in rye

As a guest, you receive one hot drink, one juice and one dish from the menu as part of your stay, which we thought was great value. We had:

  • Buttermilk Pancakes with blueberry compote, vanilla mascarpone, maple almonds (bacon optional)
  • Avocado Smash: Avocado, Rosari Goat’s Cheese, Heirloom Tomatoes, salted seeds, sourdough toast
  • Fancy Bacon Roll: Rolled flat bread with free range bacon, chilli fried egg, spinach, chilli jam, aioli and crispy fried onions

They were all very tasty dishes!

Rooms are between £130-150 with a 72 hour cancellation policy.

East London Girl: Bed & Breakfast in Rye

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