Udimore

Extraordinary Huts is situated at the eastern end of Udimore (pronounced "ewe-di-more"), a small village about 3 miles from the historic town of Rye.  It runs along a ridge between two valleys and has beautiful views inland over the Tillingham Valley and out to sea over the Brede Valley.  Whilst the village may not offer masses to do, there are plenty of local walks through stunning countryside all around the village and Rye is positively brimming with things to do.

In addition there are two local pubs, one of which is less than 10 minutes walk...

 

 
 

The Plough

What they say: "The Plough is a quintessential English country pub with stunning views from our pond side garden over the Brede Valley with the sea as a backdrop.  Situated on the Kent and East Sussex border and less than two miles from the medieval town of rye, we enjoy a fantastic larder of local produce, from the freshest of fish landed in Rye and Hastings every day, to the wonderful delights from the Romney Marsh such as lamb and beef as well as the best of seasonal vegetables.  With all this on our doorstep, we offer a good choice of local beers, ciders, wines and freshly prepared food, from our tapas, to our original choice of freshly prepared dishes and our homemade ice creams."

What we say:  This is a wonderful, warm friendly pub with a great garden for the summer and two wood burners for the winter.  The food is great, as is the range of drinks and you can be sure of a warm welcome.