Hayden’s comprises two three-storey, 18th-century buildings with a south-facing terrace garden that is great for catching afternoon sun. Perfectly placed in the centre of Rye, Hayden’s is just a short walk away from the many historic sites and restaurants of the town.
There are seven suites available for guests – the Kingfisher, Red, Chocolate, Sandpiper, Mulberry, Indigo and Silver Rooms. Each room has (at least) a large double bed, a seating area, TV, complimentary Fairtrade organic tea, coffee and hot chocolate (plus cake on arrival), fresh milk, a hairdryer and bathrobes. The en suites contain complimentary shampoos, conditioners and moisturisers.
Hayden’s modern dining room and coffee shop on the ground floor serves a traditional English breakfast menu, light snacks and lunches daily. All our food is prepared using locally sourced Fairtrade and/or free-range, organic ingredients where possible - especially meat, fish, bread, eggs, fruit juices and milk.
Rye is also home to the charming cobbled Church Square, Watchbell Street and Mermaid Street and Lamb House, the former home of novelist Henry James. It is a great base for visits to the old town of Hastings, Winchelsea, Camber Sands, Bodiam Castle and Battle Abbey.
Slightly further afield are the private gardens of Great Dixter, National Trust gardens at Sissinghurst and Rudyard Kipling's home in Burwash. In addition, Tunbridge Wells and Canterbury are only a 45-minute drive away and offer a combination of rustic charm and shopping opportunities.
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This page was last updated: 24 December 2012