This well-presented cottage is situated in the village of Camber, close to the safe, sandy beach that this area is renowned for.
Superbly located, this welcoming cottage is quietly tucked away, with only pedestrian access to this comfortable Camber cottage.
Well-equipped and nicely appointed, this coastal cottage in Camber provides spacious, stylish accommodation, perfect for couples and families looking to stay within walking distance of shops, pubs serving great food, a popular restaurant and the beach, with its seven miles of sand and dunes, which give this lovely cottage its name!
The light and airy kitchen, with its dining area, is the ideal place to gather together and make plans for the days ahead as you enjoy a delicious meal.
Guests can also enjoy dining alfresco in the pleasant, pebble garden as the sun goes down, whilst listening to the gulls as they make their way home, plus with both front and rear gardens being fully-enclosed, parents can also relax whilst children play in safety in the gardens.
Why not pack a picnic in the picnic hamper provided and have lunch on the beach?
Watersports enthusiasts are spoilt for choice when staying at this Camber cottage, with sand yachts, windsurfing, sailing and hang-gliding all on offer within a mile, and for those less energetic, there are two golf courses and several fishing spots to be enjoyed.
The medieval town of Rye is just a short drive away, where a day of exploring cobbled streets with antiques shops is a real must for visitors.
Sample Sussex cream teas at one of the many tea rooms, browse the quaint little shops, museums or art galleries, which makes this one of the most visited towns in Sussex.
After a day of swimming and surfing, shopping and sailing, with sand between your toes, return to the comfort of this Camber cottage and relax, together with the scent of the sea, in the garden.
About the location
Rye 4 miles; Dungeness 10 miles; Dymchurch 13 miles; Hastings 15 miles.
Camber is situated on the Sussex coast between Rye and Lydd. This part of the coastline is known for its beautiful sandy beaches and safe bathing, an ideal family holiday location. When the sea goes out there is up to half a mile of sand before you can dip a toe in the water, even when the tide is in, children can paddle safely due to the gradients of the sands. The sand dunes that protect this area are havens for picnics, giving shelter and privacy. Camber is a hot spot for watersports enthusiasts, the beaches running from here to Jury’s Gap are perfect for all forms of sea and watersports, including windsurfing and sailing, hang-gliding and sand yachting, to name but a few! Two well established centres offer tuition for those taking their first plunge, and they also have equipment and wetsuits available for hire for those whose taste for the sea and its exhilarating air have already taken hold, and the car parking is free! Camber is less well known than many other towns which runs along this coastline, but still has a lot to offer visitors. Excellent food is served by the two pubs which are both close to the beach, as well as a hotel with restaurant offering a more formal dining experience. Shops are more limited in Camber, but Rye, only four miles away, offers visitors a complete range from quaint and quirky to everyday essentials, along with its museums, art galleries, tea rooms and even a castle! Relaxing and rejuvenating, Camber offers a holiday that brings out the days of sand castles and swimming in the sea before enjoying a fish and chip supper at the end of another day to remember!