Come to Rye

…and stay in Bee Cottage

The atmospheric Jacobean home of Rudyard Kipling, who lived here from 1902 until his death in 1936.

Kipling regarded Bateman’s as a place of sanctuary; with its mellow sandstone architecture and tranquil garden, it’s easy to fathom why. The house is a memorial to the writer, left as he and his wife lived in it, and includes letters, memorabilia and Kipling’s library, where he would write.

Rye is a great place to spend a week, or a long weekend, and our three-bedroom cottage is available to rent.

Find out more about Bee Cottage.

Bee Cottage