Not too many people live in the original Citadel area of Rye, but this Grade-II listed cottage is among the small number of residential dwellings. Close to five hundred years old, you instantly get a sense of the building's heritage from the spindly alley that leads up to the front door and the timber-framed interior once inside. The space has been filled with eye-catching antique furnishings and Indian-inspired artwork, although there are plenty of modern conveniences to ensure you have a pleasant stay, from the coffee machine to the pristinely tiled bathroom. In the streets surrounding the address, there are plenty more buildings with a similarly long history to wander between, but Camber Sands Beach can be reached in just over ten minutes by car if you want a day out at the seaside.
Home truths: *The home is spread across three floors with steep staircases and low doorways, so it might not be suitable for guests with reduced mobility
*A cot, high chair, baby safety gates, children's tableware, books and toys can be provided if required
*The home has no private car parking, but there are paid car parks as close as a minute's walk from the front door
*One well-behaved dog is allowed, providing they do not go on any of the beds or soft furnishings
*The host requests that no outdoor shoes be worn inside
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