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The Mill House

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Essex England
Reviewed 9 January 2012

My partner and I are just back from a one one night break in Rye. We booked into the Mill House as the price was right. We arrived at 2pm and was greeted with a very warm welcome. However wouldn't suggest finding this in the dark ! The house was lovely , with lots of character and a very peaceful...

Thank Gail-Chris
Dartford, United Kingdom
Reviewed 26 November 2011

Nice b&b but almost impossible to find in the dark whilst driving along the road. Spent 15 minutes driving up and down the road trying to find the place. Once there a nice welcome and the facilities were adequate and met expectation. Was attending a wedding in Rye and was able to walk into Rye in about 20 mins. Wouldn't...

Thank Richard H
Orlando, Florida, United States
Reviewed 14 November 2011

My husband and I made our first trip to England, and the village of Rye was our first venture outside of London. It was a little difficult to find, and we made the mistake of going to the wrong house at first, as we didn't realize the building actually contains two residences. As another reviewer pointed out, staying at the...

Thank Kerri B
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 11 September 2011

My husband and I were greeted by Jen & Ray as if old family friends. We stayed in their homely, and extremely clean first floor spacious double room for two nights, and spent the evenings watching the sun set while listening to an array of classical music, provided in the room which we played softly on the lovely old fashion...

Thank Lorna J
Lake District
Reviewed 14 August 2011

This is a very difficult review to write as the owner, Jen, is such a lovely person - very welcoming and chatty. BUT ....... if they want to keep the Mill House as a commercial venture, some changes are going to have to be made. The Mill House is situated outside Rye (not walkable due to the big hill) but...

1Thank MGRob
Reviewed 20 July 2011

A large, attractive house in a quiet, secluded setting, conveniently close to Rye. Our rooms were comfortable and spacious, with beautiful views. The landlady was friendly and helpful, and the breakfasts were excellent. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.

Thank DH1Cambridge
Kenton, United Kingdom
Reviewed 17 July 2011

excellent breakfast, we were made to feel very welcome ,the room was just the right size and we felt really relaxed.we will be back and will recommend this place.

Thank alison2021723
Manchester, United Kingdom
Reviewed 14 May 2011

Just stayed for 2 nights whilst at a wedding in Rye. The welcome was lovely, a clean and tidy bedroom waiting for us after a long journey with all the facilities to make a needed cup of tea and fresh milk in the fridge not the little plastic long life things. The sun was shining and the view fantastic. Walked...

1Thank Roxi09
Reading, United Kingdom
Reviewed 28 November 2010

Have just stayed at the Mill House and thought this B&B was excellent value. It's a little way out of the town, in a rural setting which is very peaceful. The town is probably a reasonable walk in good weather, but given that we stayed in very cold weather we certainly didn't (uphill) fancy the walk back from the town...

Thank SJJ21
Brighton, United Kingdom
Reviewed 14 May 2010

a real gem. traditional comfort and hospitality, a few minutes from Rye in beautiful countryside.

Thank seashellsuzy

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Additional Information about The Mill House

Address: Peasmarsh Road | Holmdale Farm, Playden, Rye TN31 7UN, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > East Sussex > Rye > Playden
Hotel Class:4 star — The Mill House 4*
Number of rooms: 19
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“We had the room on first floor with a double bed and en suite . This room is at the front of the house with beautiful tranquil views.”
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Gail-Chris, 8 Jan 2012 | Read review
“If you are going to stay here ask for the room on the first floor which may be better than the top floor room”
MGRob, 14 Aug 2011 | Read review
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