Located on the south coast of England, Rye can be easily visited as a day trip from London. Trains run to Rye from London St. Pancras station hourly and typically require one change at Ashford International. The whole journey only takes about 75 minutes making it a quick trip.
The town of Rye is quite small and can be easily explored on foot. Consider taking a long walk out to the beach and visiting Camber Sands. The walk is 3 miles and takes about an hour from the town. Depending on how your day goes, there is a bus which you can catch to take back to the town of Rye or split a cab if visiting with a few others. Alternatively, get your steps in and make the walk back to town once you wrap up your time at the beach.
Explore the city center, including the little town, church and castle. Get lost in the streets and see what shops, cafes, or pubs intrigue you. On a nice day, be sure to grab a drink at a local pub or beer garden
Take a 3 mile walk from the town Camber Sands. This long beach is one of England’s nicer sand beaches. Soak up the sun or go swimming at Camber Sands and enjoy being on the coast away from the city life.
Just off the Camber Sands beach, this pub is great for an afternoon drink and snack. There is a small garden with outdoor seating if weather permits
Pub near the castle with a large beer garden. This is a must hit if it’s a nice sunny day
British pub in the town of Rye serving typical British cuisine
Transportation and Accommodations
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