Location


Location

Things to do - general
Country United Kingdom
Area (km2)4.2 km²

Getting to Rye

By train
Trains depart from London, Charing Cross, and change at Ashford International for Rye

By road
Rye is situated on the A259 (which bypasses the ancient citadel) between Hastings to the west and Folkestone to the east and on the A268 from the north.

Parking
There is street parking outside Froglets Cottage, but this cannot be guaranteed as there are so few places in the medieval citadel. There are always plenty of spaces in the car parks, the closest being the Cattle Market, but all are within a few minutes walk.

Getting to Northiam

By road
For Northiam village follow the A268, and at the southern end of the village take the left hand fork to Rye. About one and a half miles further on, take the right hand turn, into Clayhill, signposted to Staplecross. Morley Farm , Hop Press Cottage & Firkin Barn can be found about a mile and a half along on the right hand side.

A detailed map will be sent with your booking confirmation.

Parking
There is off road private parking for Hop Press Cottage & Firkin Barn. There is plenty of welloff road parking for both Hop Press Cottage & Firkin Barn.

Unfortunately there are no hotels at this location at the moment.

Firkin Barn Cottage

Firkin Barn Cottage

Morley Farm, Beckley Road, Northiam Rye , Location
Firkin Barn is a lovely old 18th Century barn constructed of ragstone and old brickwork, heavily bea More info
Hop Press Cottage

Hop Press Cottage

Morley Farm, Northiam, TN31 6JB, Location
Hop Press Cottage, is an idyllic Grade II detached cottage, located within the walled garden of our More info