Flushing House

Enjoy England Gold Award
Enjoy England Self Catering 4 Star

Tudor Cottage in the Heart of Rye

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View of Flushing House from Market Street Church Square, Rye Flushing House on Church Square Front Master Bedroom Second Bedroom overlooking Church Square Flushing House Kitchen Flushing House Living Room

This fascinating Grade II* listed house of immense historical interest was built around 1520 and boasts the original Tudor turning staircase. This lovely, weatherboarded house is set in a beautiful, quiet cobbled street in the heart of medieval Rye. The cottage and street featured in BBC1’s Mapp and Lucia in December 2014 as the estate agent “Woolgar and Pipstow” and as Dr Dobby’s house. There was extensive filming of the street and Rye, in particular.

Flushing House has been awarded 4 stars from visitBritain and a Gold Award. Opposite the church and in the heart of the Citadel, the holiday cottage is heavily beamed throughout with a bread oven in the laundry room. An ideal base for exploring the cobbled streets of Rye. Visit the traditional market on Thursday and Farmers’ Market on Wednesday. Swim at Camber Sands (5 minute drive away) or Winchelsea Beach, stroll across the marshes and visit the ruins of Camber Castle or take a ride on the steam train to Bodiam Castle. Shop 150 yards.

Living room with wooden floor, TV, DVD, TV recorder, I-pod/I-phone docking station. Kitchen/dining area with ornamental fireplace and Belfast sink. Utility with original bread oven,washer/dryer and freezer. Shower room with toilet. Steep turning stairs to first floor: Double bedroom with 5ft bed (zip & link, can be 2ft 6in twin),  ornamental fireplace and oak floorboards. Huge double bedroom with a double bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers, armchair and footstool and beautiful oak floorboards. Bathroom with toilet.  Beamed throughout. The spacious rooms have size and height unusual for a Tudor cottage.

This property is one of a very small number of buildings in England to be described as of immense historical and architectural importance, because it has been designated a grade 2* listed building. This unique building is in the heart of beautiful Rye.