The house we stayed in was beautifully decorated and the owner definitely had an eye for design and putting the right thing in the right place.
This was the little sun room/dinning room.
one of the bedrooms.
They also had a Cairn terrier which is the same family as the Westie, so it was lovely seeing this collection of Westie, Scottie and Cairn pictures in the hallway.
Rye is full of lovely old buildings.
I loved this window. Mermaid Street in Rye is the most photographed but trying to get photo's without people in was hard!
Finally looking back up part of Mermaid street.
and looking down.
We went to Dover castle ! The place is massive! It takes one hour to walk round the castle outer walls!.
That's the lower walls you can just make out in this photo.
Three floors of medieval splendour!
You can watch the ferries coming in from the roof!
Down in the heart of the castle the kitchens.
Where furry creatures probably held sway !
A 1000 year old Saxon church within the castle grounds, it's the building having work done on it.
It's run by English Heritage and although expensive to get in ( we are members ) it's a good long day of interest, apart from the Castle, Church, Military museum, medieval underground tunnels there are also wartime underground tunnels which you re taken on a guided tour, both the hospital level and the other levels.
Well worth a visit if you are ever in the area.