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The Playden Oasts Inn

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Standard Double Room | Iron/ironing board, free WiFi
Standard Double Room (Roundel Room) | Iron/ironing board, free WiFi
Family Room | Iron/ironing board, free WiFi
Standard Double Room | Iron/ironing board, free WiFi

Overview of The Playden Oasts Inn

The Playden Oasts Inn

3-star property
3-star inn in Rye with 2 restaurants and bar/lounge

8.4/10 Very good

164 verified Hotels.com guest reviews

Popular amenities

  • Free parking
  • Free WiFi
  • Pet-friendly
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
The price is £102
Price available on 3/2/2023
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Rye Road, Rye, England, TN31 7UL

Room options

About this area

Getting around

  • Ashford Appledore Station - 8 min drive
  • Winchelsea Station - 11 min drive
  • Rye Station - 20 min walk

Restaurants

  • Knoops - 18 min walk
  • Webbes Fish Cafe - 18 min walk
  • The Fig - 19 min walk
  • Hayden's - 19 min walk
  • The Apothecary - 20 min walk

About this property

The Playden Oasts Inn

Enjoy your visit to Rye with a stay at The Playden Oasts Inn. Guests looking for a bite to eat can visit the 2 restaurants, and the bar/lounge is the perfect spot to grab a drink at the end of the day. Other features include a snack bar/deli, a terrace and a garden. The helpful staff and restaurant get good marks from fellow travellers.

Languages

English

Cleaning and safety practices

Social distancing

Social distancing measures in place
This information is provided by our partners.

At a glance

Hotel size

  • 8 rooms

Arriving/Leaving

  • Check-in time from 4:00 PM until 9:00 PM
  • Minimum check-in age – 18
  • Check-out time is 10:30 AM

Restrictions related to your trip

  • Check COVID-19 restrictions

Special check-in instructions

  • The front desk is open daily from noon - 9:00 PM
  • Front desk staff will greet guests on arrival

Required at check-in

  • Credit card, debit card or cash deposit required for incidental charges
  • Government-issued photo ID may be required
  • Minimum check-in age is 18

Children

  • No cots (infant beds)

Pets

  • Pets stay for free
  • Specific rooms only*

Internet

  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Free WiFi in rooms

Parking

  • Free on-site self-parking

Other information

  • Designated smoking areas

Property amenities

Food and drink

  • Free English breakfast
  • 2 restaurants
  • Bar/lounge
  • Snack bar/deli

Services

  • Front desk (limited hours)

Facilities

  • Garden
  • Terrace
  • Fireplace in lobby

Languages

  • English

Room amenities

Be entertained

  • Television

Home comfort

  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Iron/ironing board

Freshen up

  • 8 bathrooms
  • Shower only
  • Hairdryer

Stay connected

  • Free WiFi

More

  • Daily housekeeping

Special features

Dining

On-site venue – This restaurant serves lunch and dinner.

Fees & policies

Hygiene & cleanliness

Social distancing measures are in place.

Policies

This property accepts credit cards.

Also known as

Playden Oasts Inn Rye
Playden Oasts Inn
Playden Oasts Rye
Playden Oasts
The Playden Oasts Inn Inn
The Playden Oasts Inn Rye
The Playden Oasts Inn Inn Rye

Frequently asked questions

Does The Playden Oasts Inn offer free cancellation for a full refund?
Yes, The Playden Oasts Inn does have fully refundable room rates available to book on our site. If you’ve booked a fully refundable room rate, this can be cancelled up to a few days before check-in, depending on the property's cancellation policy. Just make sure that you check this property's cancellation policy for the exact terms and conditions.
How much does it cost to stay at The Playden Oasts Inn?
As of 28 Jan 2023, prices found for a 1-night stay for 2 adults at The Playden Oasts Inn on 3 Feb 2023 start from £102, including taxes and fees. This price is based on the lowest nightly price found in the last 24 hours for stays in the next 30 days. Prices are subject to change. Choose your dates for more accurate prices.
What are the cleanliness and hygiene measures currently in place at The Playden Oasts Inn?
This property confirms that social distancing measures are in place. Please note that this information has been provided by our partners.
Are pets allowed at The Playden Oasts Inn?
Yes, pets stay free.
Is parking offered on site at The Playden Oasts Inn?
Yes, there's free self parking.
What are the check-in and check-out times at The Playden Oasts Inn?
You can check in from 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM. Check-out time is 10:30 AM.
What is there to do at The Playden Oasts Inn and nearby?
The Playden Oasts Inn has a garden.
Are there restaurants at or near The Playden Oasts Inn?
Yes, there are 2 on-site restaurants. Nearby restaurants include Horse and Cart (2.1 mi), Avocet Tea Room (3.4 mi) and The Plough at Cock Marling (3.7 mi).
What's the area around The Playden Oasts Inn like?
The Playden Oasts Inn is a short 18-minute walk from 1066 Country Walk and 17 minutes' walk from Landgate.

Reviews

8.4

Very good

8.8/10

Cleanliness

9.0/10

Staff & service

8.2/10

Amenities

7.9/10

Property conditions & facilities

7.7/10

Eco-friendliness

Reviews

10/10 Exceptional

James, 1-night trip
Verified Hotels.com guest review

10/10 Exceptional

A pleasant stay.
We had a very pleasant two night stay in a lovely roundel room. The restaurant food was good and service friendly and attentive. The location is pretty and only a few minutes drive from Rye. I'm sure we will return.
R, 2-night trip
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4/10 Fair

Not as expected
Turned up and checked in only to be moved due to having a dog when specifically searched for pet friendly, instantly made to feel we might have to go home then we effectivley got downgraded. Room wasnt as nice, chocolate wrapper(poisonous to dogs) left in room. Was very small for the price we paid for the night. Who paints tiles especially in a shower? Here. Tiny. extractor not working so humidity would be high if it wasnt for the worst shower ever. Walls so thin you can hear the neighbours. Breakfast and dinner was a nightmare, get seperated due to dog again but nothings ever setup, they would know we are at least doing breakfast. If you like gritty susages and hard fried eggs youll love it here, if not, not so much. So much poteential sadly missed. It was a quiet area and a public footpath with mapped route just down the road
2-night trip
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6/10 Good

Quaint but disappointing
Very quaint hotel and staff where friendly But unfortunately the room was stark , not very clean, very old worn furniture ( which should have been thrown out ):. Bed very worn and extremely uncomfortable, bathroom m door doesn’t shut properly or lock Extension lead use'd for lamp by side of bed (not very safe) Plug sockets on wall so dirty I didn’t want to put my charger in it , strong smell of mould coming from empty store room next door Breakfast was ok. Such a shame as this could be an amazing hotel with just a little imagination and finishing touches Wouldn’t go again especially as I paid for the expensive room and certainly wasn’t worth it at all
Kim, 1-night trip
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10/10 Exceptional

It's a charming property with friendly and helpful owners and great staff. The food is excellent. It's not fancy but the bed and room were comfortable with everything you'd need. Pleasant surroundings and close to Rye and Camber Sands.
Meilir, 1-night trip
Verified Expedia guest review

10/10 Exceptional

Nice location, very quiet and friendly.
Anthony, 1-night romance trip
Verified Expedia guest review

8/10 Very good

Very nice property that is a converted oast house so you have the circular rooms that are the restaruant areas. Old creaky stairs etc make this hotel have a pleasant atmosphere. Well worth a try for somewhere different. Good rooms and facilities. Very helpful friendly staff.
Alan, 1-night trip
Verified Expedia guest review

2/10 Poor

Room smelt of damp and musty , toilet was dirty stained , douldnt work shower .
James, 4-night romance trip
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8/10 Very good

Would stay here again
Having read prevous reviews we arrived with open minds. Many of the critical comments made in the last couple of years seem to have been addressed. E.g. the car park, the gardens and the decor. We arrived an hour before the advertised check in time which was not even mentioned as we shown to our roundel room. The room was very clean and the decoration fresh. The bed was large and comfortable and smelt fresh. We enjoyed our evening meal but found the drinks a little expensive, maybe that's the going rate for this area. Breakfast was plentiful and our cooked breakfast hot. Although we were confused that several people requested scrambled egg and were told they couldn't do them as they were short on milk and awaiting a delivery. As we didn't have cereal we donated ours! The only thing we feel worth mentioning is that the roundel really could do with some nets at the windows as there was no privacy unless we closed the slightly too small blind and the curtains.
E, 1-night trip
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10/10 Exceptional

Took my partner to stay for her birthday as part of a couple of days in Rye. The rooms were a decent size and the bed was much softer than I'm used to but really comfortable, there was a small but very modern bathroom with an decent sized bath which my partner appreciated. I imagine Oast Houses are listed, so while there was a worry about it getting too hot at night due to no air con, the room was airy and comfortable, the even supply a large fan should you need it. The building itself is magnificent, one of the few Oast Houses open to the public, was great to see part of the Kent/Sussex heritage close up. The food for both dinner and breakfast was great, good options for vegi/pescatarians, the service at dinner was great given it was the manager and the kitchen staff only, and it has an open to the public bar, and she was also checking in guests, and the food was delicious. Likewise the breakfast was high quality and quick service, very pleased with it. The bar is small but has plenty of options including local ales and there's a great little garden to sit in and watch the house martins dashing about in the evening sun. It's located a mile out of central Rye, so it's very handy for town (up a hill all the way from the centre, it's paved though) and the hotel supply a load of taxi companies in case you don't want to tackle the hills or are going further afield. Overall, a place unique to the region and having a cozy, welcoming feel to it with good food. Recommended.
Mark, 1-night romance trip
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