The Mermaid is welcoming travellers again:
The Mermaid is welcoming travellers again, to enjoy the unique experience of staying in a 600 Year Old Inn, dining in a 2 AA Rosette Restaurant and relaxing in the Giants Fireplace Bar, The Tudor Bar, or spending time on the walled patio.
The health and well-being of guests and staff still remains our priority. As such our staff will be wearing masks inside the building. We encourage guests to wear masks when moving around inside the building. Please go to our Covid 19 Protocol for The Mermaid’s adaptations to the guidance.
From Sunday 30th August, Owner Judith Blincow will again be offering Guided Tours through the 600 year old Building, providing a walk through time. These will be held on the last Sunday of each month, commencing at 4pm and 5pm.
Tours can be pre booked. Contact Reception through [email protected] or 01797223065. All we ask is for a donation to the Mermaid’s Charity, The National Deaf Children’s Society.
The Medieval Citadel of Rye.
To discover the Rye story visit the newly re-opened Rye Heritage Centre. Home to the Rye Town Model, and the starting point for guided Rye History Walks.
Rye Harbour Nature Reserve
The High Weald
The Old Town of Hastings
The Vineyards of Gusbourne and Chapel Down
To give travellers full confidence to plan, The Mermaid is offering full refunds in the event of cancellations due to any more restrictions.
Reception is available to help you book. Contact us on 01797 223065 or via [email protected]”
The outside area will be open everyday of the week forDining and Drinks . We are able to offer sheltered tables, heating and lighting.
Table Service Only –
The Bar is open from 11am.
The Bar Menu is available, from Noon until 2.30pm and 6pm until 9pm.
(Bar Food Service is not available on
Mon / Tue / Wed / Thu Evenings, 6pm-9pm, for Non Residents)
We offer a Roast Lunch on Sundays
Reception is open ….please be patient as we are very busy…..we will respond to all enquiries. [email protected] or 01797223065
THE TUDOR ROOM:
Our Function Room for those special Days and Events.
The Cellars date from 1156 and the building was rebuilt in 1420 after The Mermaid and the Town of Rye were burnt to the ground by French Raiders on June 22nd 1377.
Experience a drink in the Giant’s Fireplace Bar and imagine how the Hawkhurst Gang, local smugglers in the 1730s and 1740s, caroused in the bar. Can you see the secret passageway entrance?
Dine in the Linen Fold Panelled Restaurant. Enjoy the ambience of the large restaurant, the cosiness of the Dr Syn dining room or the privacy of the Boardroom for your evening meal, lunch and breakfast.