Rye Harbour in East Sussex is a beautiful historic village of around 200 years old, having been built on an extension of the shingle beaches, progressively deposited by the sea over the last 800 years.
Rye is a village full of lovely BnB’s, vintage shops and cafes and has some great cultural activities too. Like climbing to the roof top of St Mary’s Parish Church and looking out to the village below and as far as the eye can see.
The village of Camber is just down the road and is the place that we stayed when we visited the East Sussex region for the weekend. Cambersands is a seven mile stretch of sand and dunes and at times you can feel like you are the last people in the world as you wander down the empty stretch of uninterrupted coast line. You must go there to see the sunset!
If you want to bring a bit of Rye into your place, check out the items above!
1. Container table lamp, Ligne Roset at Heal’s | 2. Napoleonic blue chalk paint, Annie Sloan, Chalk Interiors | 3. White and grey stoneware cups, VitreousWares at Etsy | 4. Feegletscher Glacier photographic print, Oliver Perrott | 5. Corrugated iron wallpaper, Kemra at Select Wallpaper.