A 17th CENTURY ENGLISH PUB AND BEER GARDEN IN THE ANCIENT TOWN OF RYE
While the pub is currently closed due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the taps are still pouring, with draught beer and cider delivered to locals or available for collection every day. Rest assured the Ypres Castle Inn will re-open when it’s safe to do so: the pub has endured for centuries, and will still be there for you to enjoy when this time has passed.
The pub is on the steps just beneath the ramparts of the castle tower at the south east corner of Rye’s citadel. It’s a tremendously romantic setting. In the warmer months the beer garden is idyllic, with its views across the marsh and its rivers. In the winter, the pub’s low beamed interior and open log fire make it a warm and inviting place to hide away.