Relax on the coast at Rye harbour!
The entrance to Rye Harbour Holiday Park has an ancient Martello Tower and the park is superbly situated by the harbour, just outside the medieval hilltop town of Rye.
Rye Harbour Park is in a tranquil setting right by the harbour, and the park also borders a nature reserve with country walks leading down to the beach where there are commanding views across the Channel.
There are many great activities on the park and in the family club, plus there’s a bar and takeaway as well as a kids’ club. With your great days out as well, you’ll want to come back time and time again.
Rye Harbour Holiday Park is one of 23 great parks from Park Holidays UK.
Book your holiday or arrange a park visit today - we look forward to welcoming you soon!
: June in 2012
I almost don't want to tell everyone about this gorgeous park as it is so lovely! Set in beautiful surroundings of a nature reserve and a short walk to the sea this small , friendly park I would rate 10/10! So much so that I would like to purchase a caravan there as I would be happy to spend a lot more time at Frenchman's beach. The entertainment staff were fun and friendly, and made our evenings very enjoyable without being cringe worthy or over the top. The site is clean, well laid out and the facilities are excellent. The children had a wonderful time as did we. But ssshhh please don't tell everyone!
: September in 2011
A bit mixed. Visited this site 5 years ago and it was first caravan holiday I'd had. Loved it then -small and very quiet site in lovely location. Location still great -and nature reserve even better than before as lots of new footpaths. The site has got much bigger though, and feels very cramped. Lots of new facilities - but not good exchange for the peace and quiet. Chose silver 2 caravan and by far smallest we have stayed in (10 x 28') ok for two of us but advertised for up to 6! In very nice condition but right on main road through camp, and with no nets on the windows felt very exposed. Staff friendly and mainly efficient but no apparent 'rules' on behaviour -so some issues with noise and with kids riding bikes round on roads at night with no lights. All in all a bit disappointed with the changes since last time. Might stay again as love area -but would ask lots more questions about the accommodation and would definitely come outside of school holidays! Having said all that the holiday was great value for money as very cheap compared with other sites.
A wonderful location for days out, and child friendly entertainment to keep the kids amused so the adults get to relax too - good, clean family fun!
Miss I, Southampton, Hampshire
1 Aug 2007
The standard of the accommodation and the park was very good and child friendly - excellent for families and couples as it catered for everyones needs.
Miss G, East Grinstead, Sussex
1 Aug 2007
Its not expensive, and there is plenty to do, whether its on site or touring the area - its definitely the place to go!
Mr R, Peachaven, Sussex
1 May 2007
I would recommend this holiday park to all ages, Frenchman's Beach Holiday Village is very charming and has a lovely atmosphere!! Where the park is situated you can walk into the nature reserve and then after a few minutes you meet with the beach! If you wish and feel energetic you can continue along the path to Winchelsea and why not because there is a lovely cafe on the beach where you can have lunch. All the staff are polite and the entertainment was fab! We will be returning next year!!
1 Sep 2006