Nestled between the green rolling hills of the Weald and the sandy beaches of Camber is the medieval town of Rye. With Sweeping views from its hilltop location, Rye offers a chance for pure escapism and romantic adventure.
Within its meandering cobbled streets and pretty half-timbered houses, right in the heart of the town’s citadel, resides The George. Effortlessly warm and welcoming the hotel is part-medieval with later Georgian additions. Lovingly restored in 2022, it offers an eclectic mix of quintessential English and contemporary elegance.
A Georgian town house and 16th Century coaching inn situated in one of England’s best kept secrets the historic Cinque port town of Rye. Lovingly restored in 2022, it offers an eclectic mix of quintessential English and contemporary elegance.
The Magnificent Georgian Ballroom, with hand-painted Chinoiserie panelled walls, is a magical space for your wedding breakfast. There are two fireplaces, large bay windows, high ceilings, a minstrels’ gallery and a large bar area.
Luxurious and intimate, the 40 bedrooms are a place to retreat, relax and unwind. Each room tells its own story to captivate and enchant. Carefully sourced antiques and sumptuous beds with Egyptian cotton linens in every room. The bathrooms all have waterfall showers and roll top baths in the larger rooms.
Everything is in-house at The George and the attention to detail is second to none.
We can hold celebrant ceremonies, but most couples get married at the Town Hall or Church which are both a 2 min walk around the corner from The George. The Town Crier is a big part of getting married at the Town Hall and unique to Rye.
Yes you can.
Midnight, however guests staying in the hotel are allowed to move to the Dragon Bar till the small hours.
Yes we do.
Yes absolutely, most couples and guests book several nights stay and make a mini break out of the wedding.