The Mermaid Inn is well-known for its hauntings, and has been subject to an investigation by Most Haunted. The events in one room have been described as ‘one of the most well-organised ghostly scenarios anywhere’. Steeped in history and tradition, The Mermaid Inn is a 600-year-old inn situated in the picturesque town of Rye in East Sussex.
The individually decorated rooms, each named after a person important to the history of the inn, are fitted with hospitality trays and en suite bathrooms.
Guests can dine at the 2 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant and enjoy a drink or two at the Giant’s Fireplace Bar.
Groupon’s Guide To East Sussex
Bordered by Kent to the east and Surrey to the north west, East Sussex is part of the historic county of Sussex, formerly an ancient kingdom of the South Saxons.
Known for its landscaped grounds and nature trails, the region is home to Seven Sisters, a series of chalk cliffs, part of the Seven Sisters Country Park located between the towns of Seaford and Eastbourne. Other well-known attractions include the Royal Pavilion, an 18th-century royal palace built for King George IV and the Old Town Hastings, a traditional British town where plenty of antique shops and old buildings may be explored. Located in the seaside town of Eastbourne, East Sussex Falconry offers plenty of bird watching opportunities, from the known eagle or hawk to the more exotic white-faced owl.