About Fletchers House

About Lee & Pete

In their few short years in Rye, Pete and Lee have made Fletchers House a favourite for locals. With it’s excellent food and warm, welcoming atmosphere some regulars eat at Fletchers House every day which speaks for itself! Locals and tourists appreciate not only the excellent food but the personal service that they offer their customers.

Lee cooks delicious, well presented food at a value for money price. He has been in the catering industry as both a chef and a manager for 20 years where he built up his experience of running a restaurant and learning the trade. Pete manages the front of house and ensures a warm welcome for both locals and visitors as well as tempting everyone to indulge in the speciality deserts of the day. See Our
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Locally Sourced & Organic Food


The Ancient Vicarage Of Rye – Fletchers House

The wonderful historic building which is both home and restaurant has been carefully restored and combines a traditional setting with a contemporary menu. An Historical XV century Tudor House, Fletchers House, was the birth place of John Fletcher, dramatist & collaborater with Beautmount. Born here in 1579 the son of – John Fletcher, Curate of Rye – later Bishop pf Bristol & Worcester & later Bishop of London – attended Mary Queen of Scots at her execution. The House was partly re-fronted in 1701 though the Ancient Vicarage is still in a good State of Preservation with Beautifull half timbered Oak Rooms”

Sit by the fire on a cold day eating Lee’s home cooked food and you won’t want to leave which could be the reason for their resident ghost! The picture of John Fletcher in their restaurant is a copy of the original in the National Portrait Gallery which was donated to Pete & Lee after they raised funds via community projects to keep the picture in the Gallery.