4 Roberts Row (on the left with the grey door).
The cosy sitting/dining-room with an inviting wood-burner for those chilly afternoons and evenings.
The country-style kitchen with range cooker has everything you need to  create that special meal.
The delightful main bedroom.
Sit back and relax in the cottage garden.
The front garden has a bench where you can sit and watch the world go by.
And relax...
After a busy day exploring, cuddle up and enjoy your favourite bottle of wine.
The country-style kitchen.
Time to get cooking.
The kitchen has a stable-door leading to the back garden.
The perfect place to catch the sun and enjoy afternoon tea.
Enjoy romantic meals together.
Time for a brew.
The smaller double room with countryside views of the back garden.
It has so much character.
The main bedroom oozes character.
Breakfast in bed anyone?
A lovely bathroom.
Steep stairs lead to the bedrooms and bathroom.
The utility-room which houses a washing machine and additional  freezer.
Sit on the decking at the bottom of the garden with a book, a glass of bubbly and listen to the birdsong.
Visit the medieval town of Rye.
Rye Castle
Explore Rye Nature Reserve.
A picnic at Camber Sands.
Day trips to Bodiam Castle.
Visit the town of Battle and its beautiful abbey.
Visit Dungeness a favourite with artists and nature lovers.

4 Roberts Row


4.5 miles NW of Rye / Sleeps 3 (no children under 12)

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7 Nights from £612

A quirky, charmingly presented and comfortable little cottage close to Rye, with easy access to local towns and villages, numerous National Trust properties, and magnificent beaches and nature reserves. On-street parking was easy and very close by. We wish we could have made more use of the garden - a lovely little spot to sit out in and enjoy the sunshine.

What a lovley little cottage, great location for exploring, I loved visiting the gorgeous town of Rye which you must see, especially the cobbled street. Battle Abbey was also a delight and worth a visit too. The beds were comfy beds and I loved sitting on the sofa in front of the fire on a cold November evening. I would stay again and hopefully in the spring or summer so I can also enjoy the garden.

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