We can't wait to see you!


Following the government's announcement on 23rd June, we are thrilled to be able to welcome you back to our Hush Heath Pubs from July 4th.

Initially, we will be operating a first come first served basis and not taking reservations, but please rest assured that there will be plenty of space for everyone!

Amongst other safety measures we have implemented, we are excited to launch our Hush Heath Hospitality App. Our app will allow for contactless ordering and payment for your food and drinks from your table, ensuring that we are a Covid secure pub. We will be launching our new summer menu, showcasing local ingredients and to celebrate our reopening we have a selection of drink offers for you to enjoy. Follow our social channels for our latest offers and updates.

Best wishes

The Hush Heath Team x


Following the recently released Government guidelines we will be able to accommodate groups as below:
Inside the pub, we will be able to accommodate groups from 2 households, of any size, but would require guests to be seated at all times.
Within our pub gardens and terraces, groups which are formed of 2 households can drink and dine with no restrictions on numbers and can be either seated or standing. However where groups are formed of more than 2 households, the group size is capped at 6 people.

What's on & Offers

175ml Glass of Balfour Still Wine


125ml Glass of Balfour 1503 Classic Cuvée or Rosé


Draught pint of beer or cider


While you're here

Camber Sands

Camber, located east of the ancient town of Rye, has over 2 miles of beach, and much of it is golden sands! It is home to the only sand dune system in East Sussex, which provides a valuable natural habitat to many animals and plants.

Bodiam Castle

Archetypal 14th century moated castle with ruined interior - a glimpse of medieval splendour.

Kent & East Sussex Railway

The earliest plans for a railway for Tenterden were made in the 1850s. The South Eastern Railway proposed that their Ashford to Hastings line should pass through Tenterden but a more southerly route through Appledore and Rye was chosen in 1851, largely through military influence.

Lamb House

Georgian house with literary associations.

Rye Castle Museum

Welcome to the website of Rye Castle Museum, a charity and an Accredited museum, situated in beautiful Rye, East Sussex. There is lots to explore! Our two museum sites, RCM East Street and RCM Ypres Tower, are just a short walk apart in the medieval town of Rye.

We are part of a unique hospitality business with the highly respected Hush Heath Estate in Kent at our core. Nurtured from its very vines, we have a collection of individual inns and pubs dedicated to the provision of exceptional hospitality; great thoughtful service, convention-challenging wines and spirits, and locally-inspired dishes presented with real flair.