Visitors will love the range of independent shops in the High Street as well as in the surrounding cobbled streets, nestled among historic houses, pubs and cafes. Shop owners have worked hard to follow Government guidelines and to make your experience as enjoyable and safe as it can be.
Reflecting the current interest in interiors, you’ll find a selection of shops offering antiques, vintage items, contemporary furniture and home accessories. Creative shops selling crafts, fabrics, books, jewellery and music sit alongside the galleries and eateries so you can break up your shopping trip with lunch or an afternoon tea in one of the many inviting cafes. See post on Foodies Delight.
Here is a snapshot of shops in Rye but there are plenty more to discover
LATEST ARTICLES: Chairman takes stock – Rye News – Like many of us, Simon Richardson fell in love with Rye, saw a gap in the local market and when the opportunity arose he had no hesitation in opening a shop in town, at No 11, Cinque Ports Street, to be exact.
Read some earlier posts on Featured Shops
McCully & Crane – a haven for interior lovers
Sailors of Rye- must haves for your home
Puckhabers home furnishing emporium
Rye Cook Shop – reached finals of Excellence in Housewares Awards
Grammar School Records – a rare independent treasure full of vinyls and CD’s
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