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We have eaten here many times in the past and understand that it is now under new management. We usually visit after a long walk along the coast with our two dogs. Unfortunately a large area of the pub is now 'dogs not allowed' and...More
We stop here for a bottle of wine yesterday lunch time, nothing great just a sauvignon blanc, at £28.00 though it was exstocionate mark up, same bottle available in supermarkets £8.99. one place in Rye not go for a drink. staff very good, shame the...More
We stopped by for a quick bite to eat at lunchtime on a Saturday day out in Rye as we'd heard it was a dog-friendly pub. Staff were all very welcoming - we ordered drinks and food at the bar that was delivered promptly and...More
We stopped here with our dog for a drink and decided to eat here too. Pretty decent pub food and nice atmosphere . Right by the Quay in Rye and had a rustic trendy feel.
Nice choice of wines.
We didn't stay so don't know...More
We weren't staying at the Ship Inn but returned for a meal having been there a few years ago. The restaurant is apparently under new management and the food was very good, fresh ingredients, tasted delicious. The staff were very friendly and service was good....More
The Ship is in central Rye, at the bottom of Mermaid Street. Built in 1592, it was originally a warehouse to store contraband seized from smugglers. It is now a characterful pub, with beams, wooden floors & log fires. Open from eleven every day for freshly prepared food, local fish, Bloody Marys, real ales & organic cider. 10 comfy modern rooms - all with en-suite bath or shower. Children, dogs & would-be pirates are all welcome.