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Ye Olde Bell Inn, Rye - pub details

Ye Olde Bell Inn

Address: 33 The Mint, Rye, East Sussex, TN31 7EN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6191) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Rye (0.1 miles), Winchelsea (1.9 miles)

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Tried to pop in here for a pint last Wednesday but it was closed. No opening hours were displayed so don't know if this is a regular thing or not?
Grumpy_Old_Man - 15 Feb 2016 10:11
Beautiful veranda, a suntrap and pleasant place to relax and drink on a sunny afternoon. The Harvey's on tap was well kept and is always a favourite of mine so I was happy. They could have done with a greater selection of real ales given the pubs oldey worldey, they should take a leaf out of the Georges book just up the street. There wasn't a lot of choice with their lagers, just bog standard uninspiring brands you see in every town centre pub.

The pub serves a lovely cold meat, cheese and seafood platter. A great place to sit and people watch in an idyllic part of the town, I had a really enjoyable afternoon here and the staff were friendly.
scarr - 12 Apr 2015 19:27
This is a very pleasant pub in which to sit inside or outside

Went there for lunch the other weekend. The meal they served was fabulous. The meat I believe was happy meat and there was lots of it and very good value.

It is quite a popular pub and it was a sudden sunny day in winter so it isn't surprising that they had run out of apple pie. All the other puddings looked wonderful.

The staff were welcoming and friendly. Definitely my favourite pub in Rye

baldfatandvugly - 1 Mar 2014 22:51
Stopped here on a Saturday lunchtime in early October, found a table outside, good for people-watching and admiring an attractive part of Rye. The pub smelt a lot of cleaning products inside, but the beer tasted good - Harveys and "Long Man", both local brews. Not the best pub in Rye but not the worst.
badders - 6 Oct 2013 18:25
Nice pint of Harveys and the wine was OK too. Had a couple of light bites and they were a good quality and value. Sat outside in the sun with the many tourists who were around. Looked OK inside too. The hot water in the gents was near boiling point so a bit of a shock!!
Mr_ESB_Harry - 26 May 2012 18:24

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