History & culture
Perfectly suited to the quaint harbour town at Rye, Rye Harbour Holiday Park is a small, friendly park with a real sense of community. In a unique and beautiful setting next to Rye Harbour Nature Reserve and the harbour itself, Rye is a maze of cobbled streets, Elizabethan houses and wharfs tracing the towns medieval history. Today they've been converted to a variety of boutique shops, cafes, bars and bistros with gorgeous views of the East Sussex countryside.
The park has a small indoor pool perfect for splashing around with the kids and there's a children's play park, arcade, family bar and restaurant with wifi and Sky & BT Sports. It's all deliberately low key and perfectly suited to Rye. Evening entertainment runs on weekends during school holidays. Venture a short distance from the park and you'll discover the sandy beaches at Camber Sands and traditional seaside fun at Hastings.
Rye Harbour has a range of Gold standard caravans and Platinum lodges with pet friendly and options perfect for families and couples looking for a peaceful holiday in Sussex. Holiday ownership is incredibly popular and creates the park's family feel with a range of new and pre-owned 2 and 3 bedroom caravans and lodges perfect for all tastes and budgets to enjoy tranquil breaks on the south coast at any time of year.
The team at Rye Harbour Holiday Village are proud of their unique location and work hard to ensure their activity and the activities of their guests and owners have minimal impact on the environment.
Rye Harbour Holiday Park Facilities
Local supermarkets, bars, restaurants, and cafes are all within a short drive away of Rye Harbour
With great family facilities, miles of coastline & a nature reserve to explore and more than comfortable 2 and 3 bedroom family caravans and luxury lodges with pet friendly options, Rye Harbour Holiday Park is perfect for family holidays and couples country retreats at any time of year.
Holiday Home Ownership
Rye Harbour has a range of new and used 2 and 3 bedroom holiday homes and luxury lodges for sale on a coastal holiday park in historic Sussex. Lodges and homes are available to owners for an 11.5 month season between February and January.Holiday Homes for sale
Things to see and do around Rye Harbour Holiday Park
Rye is a fascinating place to visit and a pretty harbour town well worth coming back to. It's easy to spend a few days pottering around the medieval streets of the cinque port town before even thinking about exploring further afield to the likes of Camber Sands, fish & chips and Pirate Golf at Hastings, Rye Nature Reserve and the crumbling and not so crumbling castles at Hastings and Bodium.
Getting to Rye Harbour Holiday Park
From the M25 join the M20 and A2070 at Ashford. This becomes the A259 and leads to Rye. Go through the town and turn left on Harbour Road and follow until your reach Rye Harbour Holiday Park. From the A21 at Hastings take the A259 to Rye via Winchelsea turning right on to Harbour Road from New Winchelsea Road..
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Our view on Rye Harbour Holiday Park
Rye Harbour Holiday Park is something a little bit special. As the name suggests, it's alongside the harbour a short distance from the town at Rye, a medieval town with cobbled street, art galleries, cafes bars and bistros. It's a delightful step back in time. Rye Harbour will appeal to couples and families with plenty for everyone on park and throughout the local area. The park has an indoor pool and all the entertainment you would expect from a 5 star park and with miles of coastline to explore including Camber Sands and the seaside charm of Hastings there's plenty to keep you coming back!