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​Why Mermaid Street in Rye, UK Is A Must Visit!

Nico McKenzie by Nico McKenzie

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​Why Mermaid Street in Rye, UK Is A Must Visit!

Planning the perfect day in this pretty corner of East Sussex?

One of the main tourist attractions in Rye is, of course, Mermaid Street – and the Mermaid Inn, the cobbled street, the period houses, the history, intrigue and atmosphere attract tourists all year round.

What you’ll expect to see is a chocolate-box combination of half-timbered and Georgian houses, trailing greenery and neat cobbles.

This quaint street in the medieval town of Rye really is as pretty as a picture and with its surrounding lanes and alleys makes exploring the area on foot particularly pleasant.

We can’t wait to go here and use our ROAM app to find the best local businesses to make this trip extra special! Will you join us?

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