A Romantic Package at Strand House for Valentines Day. Book a room at Strand House or Rye Bay Cottage for Valentines weekend and add our Romantic Package of dinner for two, a bottle of fizz, a box of chocolates and a beautiful orchid. Just tell Mary when booking your room!
Its Wild Boar Week again in the medieval town of Rye and there will be a full range of activities, mostly involving eating and drinking but also Boar Woodland Tours, Food Safaris, a Hog Hunt around around the town and lots of venues will be putting on live music and other activities. So come and join the fun. See more more »
22nd – 24th November is the Wealden Times Midwinter Fair at the WALLED GARDEN, Bedgebury Pinetum, near Goudhurst TN17 2SJ. Go there and you will find a wide array of stall with everything that you need for the perfect Christmas, vintage and modern goodies for home and garden, locally produced foods, gifts, fashion and jewelery. While you are there you more »
Rye Medieval Festival Returns Live the rostering life! A special medieval menu in an orginal 1425 house Robin Hood, Richard the Lionheart, Baldrick and Blackadder! Celebrate the heroes of yore with a special two night package at Rye Bay Cottage with a Medieval 5 course dinner served at Strand House and visit the Medieval Festival in Rye with more »
New eaterie comes to Winchelsea Beach The Ship is a new concept in eating out and shopping and is opening next month down at Winchelsea Beach, only a short walk across the fields from Rye Bay B&B and Strand House. Watch this space for opening details http://shipwinchelseabeach.com/
Strand House Valentines Dinner Well the dinner is in full swing and going well. For the first time the Rye Bay Scallop Festival and Valentines Day coincide so we are having a Valentines Day Scallop Dinner to celebrate. Candle light, open fire place and kir cocktails are really setting the mood and everyone is looking forward to a great evening. more »
The Rye Bay Scallop Week takes place between the 12th and 20th February 2011 in the small seaside town of Rye on the East Sussex coast. The town is famous for its Scallops which are fished out in the bay by local fishermen who dredge them up from the sea bed using small boats. The scallop season is celebrated by more »