Places to eat & drink
Rye and the surrounding area has a fantastic selection of pub, bars and restaurants to suit every taste & wallet. From dog and children friendly pubs to classy fashionable eateries . Many use local produce Rye in particular gets very busy at weekends and during the summer so it is advisable to book in advance.
The Ferry Inn, Stone
Located in the heart of the Isle-of-Oxney near Rye and Tenterden. A traditional friendly country pub where families and their dogs are made welcome.
Home cooked meals prepared using local ingredients including salad & veg from their own garden.
Unrivalled sunsets across the Kent countryside make The Ferry the place for al fresco dining on a warm summer’s evening.
Appledore Road, Stone-in-Oxney, Nr Tenterden, Kent, TN30 7JY.
Hoof Burger Restaurant, Rye
At HOOF, quality is paramount. The beef and potatoes we serve come from our farm on Romney Marsh, just four miles away. We are a third-generation farming family and our belief in nurturing cattle to produce the best meat, coupled with our production of spuds, inspired us to launch a burger restaurant so we could see people enjoying the end result for ourselves. Nothing but prime beef is used for our trademark burgers and succulent steaks. We offer good, honest food in a relaxed environment. The perfect place to chew the cud!
HOOF has offered a 10% discount for Wheatfield Guests.
35 The Mint, Rye, East Sussex, TN31 7EN.
The Globe Inn, Rye
A pretty little clapperboard pub on the outskirts of the historic yet happening town of Rye where the Miltary Canal meets the River Rother... Decked out in weird and wonderful artifacts and unusual decor - this pub serves great food with plenty to admire for little people’s eyes!
10 Military Road,
Rye, East Sussex,
The Snack Shack, Dungeness
All their fish is caught by their own boats, fishing from the beach at Dungeness. Their food is freshly cooked to take away and changes depending on the days catch. Lobster and crab rolls are a best seller with fish cakes always on the menu. If you turn up when the days catch gets in you're likely to be served up a very tasty treat which is literally just out of the water. Perfect for a sunny day down in Dungeness after a long walk across Britain’s only desert.
The Fish Hut
Hoolie Cafe, Rye Watersports
Come and sample the incredible homemade fayre at the gorgeous lakeside Hoolie cafe!
We serve up deliciously fresh and tasty homemade food.
All our yummy ingredients are locally sourced; We get sourdough bread from the ‘Lighthouse Bakery’ in Bodiam, local cheeses from Curd & Cure based in Cranbrook, and meat from the famous Jamie Wickens @ ‘The Ship’ in Winchelsea…
Opening times: Weekends 10am -4pm
Wednesday 1pm -8pm
7 days a week during school summer holidays.
Beryl’s cafe, Rye/Camber
Beryl's is a homely family run cafe. At Beryl's they use local produce from local suppliers. A variety of homemade dishes are prepared daily. These include all day breakfasts, Sunday roasts, and a selection of main meals, sandwiches and panninis. You can take your own wine or beers. They are just out of Rye (1 mile) on the way to Camber Sands. There is a large car park and a farm shop right next door. They are also dog friendly and supply dog treats so they can dine with you.
Opening Times: 9am - 3pm Monday - Sunday