A charming day in Rye, East Sussex

I’ve just returned from a lovely overnight stay to Rye, a chocolate box of a town, perched on a hill-top in East Sussex.

Filled with antique and vintage boutiques, bars and quirky restaurants, it’s the perfect destination for a day trip or even a long, lazy weekend with lots of visual delights to inspire you.

Our first stop was lunch at The Cobbles Tea Room, a quaint tea room tucked away down a pretty little lane. The houses and shops all around were draped with stunning swathes of purple buds. Wisteria hysteria at it’s best!

We returned to Jeake’s House an ivy-covered, 16th-century building where we were staying to freshen up for our evening out. We had dinner at The Globe Inn Marsh a pub with fantastic interior, food, and the widest selection of gin I’ve ever seen.

I really enjoyed my day exploring Rye with my love. More memories made and moments treasured.

“I will follow you my love, to the edge of all our days, to our very last tomorrows.”

– Atticus Poetry




  1. Terrigirl2018 May 16, 2018 / 4:36 pm

    Hi Lidia this looks like a lovely little town to go visit! If I lived closer we could check out the Vintage boutiques together! The photos look wonderful. What a cute little piece of poetry to finish off your post. Have a great rest of your day hugs Terri

    • lidiaspoto May 17, 2018 / 8:29 am

      Oh definitely! You would love the vintage boutiques Terri

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