hotel Guide


  • Eleven double Rooms. There are no TVs, instead a Roberts Radio and stunning views across the estate and original Victorian farmstead.
  • Bathrooms are well stocked with local Haeckels amenities.
  • In addition to their rooms, there are two high spec Bell Tents within the grounds. These are bookable seasonally from May through September.
  • In-house shop, which offers their latest vintages, curated books, soaps, and more. In addition to their own wines, they have a great selection from some of their favourite producers around the world available to take back home.

Tour of the Winery

  • Enjoy a tour of the Tillingham winery and vineyard including a taste through four of their wines with the team. (1.5hours)

Wine & Dine

  • Last year Tillingham welcomed head chef, Brendan Eades (formerly Doug McMaster’s Silo, The Conduit Club). Brendan’s talents and experience focusing on field-to-fork dining have meant some exciting new developments to our overall food offering.

  • The restaurant serves a Garden Menu in the evenings, a six-course tasting menu showcasing beautiful produce from their own walled garden and surrounding farms; meat reared on Tillingham pastures; and fish caught daily down at Rye Harbour.

  • Lunch is a simple affair served Friday – Sunday; expect a two or three-course set, and on Sundays a family-style roast affair. Typically they serve whole fish or lamb shoulder with sides from the garden for the table to share.

  • Pizza: Opposite the main building and overlooking the Oast house, the converted Dutch Barn is open May – September for woodfired sourdough pizza, seasonal salads, draft wine, and local beers.


  • Rural. But don't forget your seaside wardrobe, you are only 10 minutes from the beaches.


  • Rates start at GBP 200 per night. Rates are inclusive of breakfast.
Local Guide

Where to Eat

  • The Union in Rye is a great dinner spot, a 10-minute drive. Small, reservations advised.
  • The Gallivant in Camber: Lunch has a large offering, while the dinner menu is quaint yet perfectly formed, with a choice of two or three courses of seasonal dishes. Garden seating is recommended.

What do Do

  • Rye is a lively and picturesque hilltop village with local shops, artisans, bakeries, and restaurants. Stop by Rae, a unique homeware store with a well-equipped coffee bar.

How to Get There

  • By car: A 2-hour drive from London. Coming from the EU mainland, the Eurotunnel in Folkestone is only 40 minutes.
  • By train: Trains run hourly from London St Pancras to Rye, then a 10-minute taxi from the station.
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