The picture perfect streets of Rye, England. The Mermaid Inn.

The Picture Perfect Streets of Rye

England Travel Inspiration - The picture perfect streets of Rye, England. The Mermaid Inn.

30 things to do in Rye, East Sussex, England

30 things to do in Rye, East Sussex, England. This is where Paulie had a house.

Cobbles tea room Rye East Sussex, perfect place for a slice of #cake

Cobbles tea room Rye East Sussex, perfect place for a slice of

This is the bell from the 900 year old St Mary's Church in Rye, East Sussex, England. The worst disaster in the church's history occurred in 1337 when the church was looted and set on fire by French invaders, the roof fell in and the bells were carried off to France, The next year men from Rye and Winchelsea set sail for France and recovered the bells, one of which was hung in Watchbell Street to give warning of any future invaders. By B Lowe

This is the bell from the 900 year old St Mary's Church in Rye, East Sussex, England. By B Lowe:

The Peaceful Place, Rye, East Sussex, England by B Lowe

bellasecretgarden: “The Peaceful Place, Rye, East Sussex, England by B Lowe ”

Mermaid Street in Rye, East Sussex, Rye is said to be the most haunted town in England and has the most historical buildings in all of the UK, If you are ever in this part of the world it's not to be missed by B Lowe

Mermaid Street in Rye, East Sussex, Rye is said to be the most haunted town in England and has the most historical buildings in all of the UK, If you are ever in this part of the world it's not to be missed (photo by me)

The corner leading round Church Square to West Street in Rye, East Sussex (via Luthien Thye / Pinterest)  enchantedengland: Oh how wonderful is this? THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!     #things that make me happy

The corner leading round Church Square to West Street in Rye, East Sussex, my favourite place in the entire world; and yes I am going back again on the upcoming holiday. I MUST go to Rye! It lures me, it beckons me, it drags me back like a Siren.

Ypres Tower, Rye, East Sussex, UK built between 1230-1250, it may have been part of a royal castle during the reign of Henry III. It was used as a prison for centuries, a soup kitchen for the poor, a mortuary and is now the home of the Rye Museum

Rye Castle ~ Otherwise known as Ypres Tower, Rye Castle was built in 1249 as part of the town’s defences. The castle is now occupied by the Rye Castle Museum, with displays on the rich history of this important Cinque Ports town.

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