THE MARINERS is a large listed building, a former hotel, situated in the conservation area, Cinque Port and medieval town of Rye in East Sussex.
We currently do not have any vacancies at this property.
The house is in a unique position, situated on the High Street and arranged over three floors. The Ground floor houses the Coterie Tea Room a bustling café that provides training opportunities for adults with learning disabilities. The ground floor has 3 bedrooms with en suite facilities, a large dining room, lounge and kitchen. There are five bedrooms on the first floor (three have en-suite facilities) and there is also a separate bathroom. On the third floor there are two en-suite bedrooms and a lounge. There is a large accessible walled garden at the rear of the property.
The town, Rye with its cobbled streets, has a variety of attractive shops, a library, town hall, schools, several churches, hotels and restaurants. There is a modern sports' centre and adult evening classes are held at the local comprehensive school. Residents are supported and encouraged to be part of the local community and use the facilities. There is a small hospital in Rye and a large one in Hastings. There are doctors, dentists, chiropodists, opticians, osteopaths and homeopaths within walking distance.
Getting around - There is a train station with services to Ashford/London and Hastings/Brighton. There are also bus services from Brighton to Dover and into Kent. Within a short walk of the town there are beautiful views over the River Rother and surrounding countryside. The beaches of Camber and Winchelsea Beach can be reached by a short bus ride. The house also enjoys use of the Trust's fleet of vehicles.