Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Our Pick: Front Doors in Rye

A sunny Saturday bought us to the historic town of Rye in East Sussex. Once off the main road, it feels like walking back into a slice of history. Make sure you pick up a free town map which will come in very handy, most shops have them available. On our wanderings around the cobbled streets I took some photos of some of the lovely front doors of the old houses that we past.

The First House on Mermaid Street

The House With Two Front Doors!

Watchbell Chambers, formally used as a solicitors office since the 19th Century it is now a dwelling.

Knowle House on Mermaid Street

Cute little dog waits whilst his owners did some gardening at Oak House.

A lovely tatty No 9, love the steps too.

No 1 in a duck egg blue paint.

The very grand looking St Mary's House

Temple House

A tiny door for No. 8

Hartshorn House
The name dates from the Napoleonic War when it was used as a hospital.

A very grand door for Link House

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