Peasmarsh

About Peasmarsh

Peasmarsh is a small village about 3 miles from the Ancient Cinque Port of Rye and about twenty minutes from the market town of Tenterden.

The coast is within easy reach and the area boasts a host of tourist and leisure attractions, including Great Dixter, Bodiam Castle and Smallhythe Place. There is beautiful countryside to explore whether on foot, bike or by car. Several quaint village pubs to enjoy a meal or afternoon coffee, are all within walking distance of the property.

Just 3 miles away, the medieval town of Rye sits on the hill, where you can trace the footsteps of smugglers from years gone by. Visit the Heritage Centre and see the Town Model 'Sound and Light show', or for those feeling brave sign up for the ghost tour, which runs on certain dates throughout the year.

For those wanting to venture back to the time of steam trains, visit Kent And East Sussex Railway and take a trip on one of the lovely old steam trains.

Visit the moated castle at Bodiam built in 1385 by Sir Edward Dalyngrigge, a former knight of Edward III, only about a twenty minute drive away. Various special events for children run throughout the year and cater for all ages.

About 8.5 miles away, is the town of Tenterden, with its quaint antique shops, tea and coffee rooms or take a tour of the local, award winning Chapel Down vineyard.

For those wishing to visit London for the day, you can catch a train from Rye to Ashford or Hastings and pick up a connecting train. From Ashford International Station you can choose the high speed train to St Pancras and arrive within 40 minutes. Those wishing to visit the continent for the day, can pick up the Eurostar at Ashford International Station or go via the ferries at Dover or The Channel Tunnel Terminal near Folkestone, about 25 miles away.