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Still dreaming about Rye, and the lovely place I stayed for three nights, Jeake’s House. It took about five minutes to walk to cobbled Mermaid Street from the train station. I was welcomed warmly and shown to my pretty room. Jeake’s House is perfectly situated for easy walking around Rye. It’s just around the corner from Lamb House, and close to St Mary’s Church and Rye Castle/Ypres Tower.



The house is beautifully appointed and my stay included a delicious, hearty breakfast each morning in the gorgeous dining room.




I am looking forward to my next trip to the UK and Rye, and would certainly stay at Jeake’s House again.

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