Sunday Taster Session - £20 with cream tea 2.30pm - 5pm
Dating from 1575, the hotel was recently renovated to create one of the most stunning hideaways on the south coast. The features include an original Georgian ballroom used for lavish banquets and the bar ceiling made from 16th-century ship masts. The combination of old English coaching inn and contemporary British style is terrific and we are sure you will love its comfortable yet informal atmosphere.
SUNDAY TASTER SESSION 2.30pm - 5pm
For local bridge players, we are running a special introductory taster session on Sunday afternoon. This will be in the form of supervised play and all standards are welcome. For those staying for the weekend, why not extend your stay and join in this extra bridge session? Cream tea with fruit scones, clotted cream and homemade jam is included. Price: £20
"100 Ultimate British Hotels, 2013: we love the freestanding tin baths and the fact that the design feels natural. Downstairs is cosy - and the food is great” Sunday Times, 2013
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The bedrooms have all been fully renovated and designed with their own individual colour scheme, fabrics and bespoke furniture providing excellent contemporary comforts with retro exuberance and great style. You’ll find mid-century modern pieces alongside antique mirrors and grand slipper bathtubs. Original features like wooden beams have been retained and unusual ones added - tapestries, corduroy sofas and elegant chaise longues. Beds are a dream, with thick-sprung mattresses and piles of plump pillows.
All bedrooms have the following features:
Vi-Spring beds with duvets and Frette Italian Linen, REN products
Flat screen LCD-TVs, Internet access, Tivoli clock radios
Marble top baths, Lefroy Brooks bathrooms, Power showers
For prices and more information, please click here to download the brochure.
* with loyalty discount
If you would like to book, please download the booking form, indicating your room preferences and send this, together with the deposit to Zeb.
The George Grill serves a modern European menu with a sunny, Mediterranean slant. At the heart of the kitchen is a wood-charcoal grill, where the kitchen team, led by Robert Wright, fast-cook local meats, vegetables and seafood just caught from Rye Bay.