Welcome to the Flackley Ash Country Hotel near Rye
As individual as you are
Flackley Ash Hotel is a charming privately owned Georgian Country House Hotel, set in 5 acres of mature gardens. Located only minutes away from Rye and the East Sussex coastline, it boasts 45 individually styled bedrooms, comfy lounges, bar, a la carte restaurant, function suites and a health club with a 40ft indoor swimming pool and spa facilities.
We welcome families, individuals, corporate clients and leisure groups. We pride ourselves on our individuality, and ensuring our guests are relaxed and made welcome. Flackley Ash is the perfect stop over or hidden retreat. Escape from the bustle of daily life and drop in for a drink in the bar, a quick snack, an indulgent afternoon tea, dinner in the restaurant. Enjoy our gardens in the warmer months and don’t forget the games cupboard in the lounge is bursting with board games. Then, settle in for a good night’s sleep in the quiet countryside we call home.
One size does not fit all. Tell us what kind of room you’d like: a ground floor garden room with private patio? Or more privacy? Tell us if we can help adapt menus for your food allergy. Talk to us if you would like a longer stay.
Visit Rye and the local area
Our countryside retreat makes the perfect base, whether travelling to The Flackley Ash Hotel for work or play: on you own or as a couple, as part of a group or with the family. Nestled deep in the East Sussex countryside close to the Kent borders, surrounded by rolling fields and wildlife, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Flackley Ash is in an enviable location.
The Ancient Cinque Port town of Rye, just a short drive away, is steeped in history, with period buildings, cobbled streets and a unique character. Stop by for shopping, restaurants or the arts cinema, or stroll down to the harbour or the RSPB Nature Reserve. Travel a little further and prepare yourself for the stunning white sands of Camber, historical castles dating back to 1271, National Trust properties, award winning vineyards and challenging golf courses.
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