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Sunday Times 100 Best British Hotels”  Duncan Craig includes The George in Rye in the Sunday Times’ round up of the best places to stay in the UK.  “..It has bagged the best spot in Rye, in the centre of the high street. All 34 rooms are stylishly distinct”.  To read the full online review click here.

Michael Barrett reviewed The George in The Sun’s Check in, Check It Out section in November 2018.  “The 34 individually-designed rooms have super-comfy beds. Delicious seafood and steaks are a speciality and cooked on a charcoal grill. The service was excellent”  See the article here

The George in Rye is featured in Red Magazine’s 20th anniversary issue in October 2018.
“If the decor at The George is sensational, the food is something else.  West Mersea Pacific Rock Oysters are served three ways here… and then there’s the charcoal fire Josper oven, on which steak and lobster are seared to perfection…”  To read Sarah Tomczak’s review of The George please click here

Dominique Ayling reviews The George in the October 14th issue of TV Life magazine.
“We loved the hotel’s style – all 34 bedrooms and suites of the 16th century hotel have been individually-decorated by the owner and there are special touches everywhere you look.”  To see the article please click here.

the-times30 best UK Hotels for Winter Weekends.  “The George is a great place to stay …… it dates from 1575, there’s a real fire in the cosy bar, rooms have feature beds and roll-top baths, and there’s a grill restaurant with the best in Sussex produce, including fresh fish”.  To see the full online review click here.

sunday-times-logoThe Sunday Times Top Ten Most Romantic Hotels.  “The owners used to decorate film sets, which explains the theatrical swagger.  We love the free-standing tin baths and the fact that the design feels natural, rather than painstakingly curated.  Downstairs is cosy – and the food is great.”  Click here to read the article

marie-claire-logoGreat British Boltholes.  “This handsome four-star hotel successfully marries the historic and the modern with aplomb.” Follow link for full review

the_sunday_telegraph_besHotel Guru – Fiona Duncan visits The George.
“I wish the Clarkes’ version of the George had been there when I needed it in my youth. But it’s here now, an example of the huge strides that British hotels have made in the past few decades”. See her review here.

olive_logo“I spent the weekend trying to decide which The George does best: great good or fabulous interiors…on climbing into bed, I realised the answer really was both – how many hotels have you stayed at where the bedside book is Larousse Gastronomique?”  Follow link for full review

sunday-times-logoThe best Christmas Hotels.  “A splendidly convivial Hotel”. Follow link for full review.

smith_logoThe first thing we noticed about this 18th-century coaching inn was that the new owners seem to have achieved what few proprietors of these ancient public houses up and down the country have: a modern, redesigned interior that is still sympathetic to the original character of the building”  Follow link for full review

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