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Sands End

Just five-minutes from scenic Camber Sands beaches, this weather-boarded beauty offers accommodations for a family of four. Come home to your own spacious living areas and secluded garden after a day in the sun. This modern character cottage is finished to a high standard and decorated in fresh blues and whites inspired by its seaside location. Start your day with sunshine in the kitchen and dining areas, or out on the garden’s dining deck. From here, all of historic 1066 Country is yours to explore. Wander the streets of the Cinque Port town of Rye, or visit local markets and bring home fresh catches to your fisherman’s cottage. Sands End Summary Sleeps 4 people Dog friendly Baby friendly (high chair, stairgate & travel cot) 5 min walk to beach 5 miles from Rye Quiet location Modern contemporary furnishing Secluded fully enclosed garden Under cover parking space Wi-Fi – Wireless Broadband Flat screen Smart HD TV Selection of board games and books BBQ Dining & Lounging Kick off your sandy shoes and leave your beach gear in the main entryway, then get snug on the main living area’s sofa or armchairs. With a flat screen Smart HDTV, you can spend relaxing evenings watching favourite films. Turn on the fireplace for an extra dash of cosiness. An open and airy kitchen beckons you to prepare local catches and harvests right at home. You’ll have a full suite of appliances plus cookware and serving dishes at your disposal. Share feasts at the quaint dining table for four. Bed & Bath Simple and sweet with seashore accents – the two upstairs bedrooms are just what you’d want in a coastal getaway. Settle into the king-size master bedroom and unpack your luggage into a wardrobe and dresser. Let the kids claim the second bedroom with two twins. The shared bath features a full bathroom with shower/tub combination and fresh tile, while a downstairs water closet is an added convenience. Outdoors Spacious and secluded, your private garden includes a large dining deck where a wood table seats four. Grill dinner on the BBQ and enjoy meals al fresco while a salty breeze drifts in.

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Salt Bay

Salt Bay is the perfect bolthole for your trip to Camber Sands. This contemporary, beach-chic, one-bedroom apartment has everything you need for that dose of Vitamin-sea you’ve been craving. Situated on the picturesque development of Whitesands, Salt Bay is just a 5 minute stroll to the sand dues that lead you onto the beautiful Camber beach or a 3 mile walk or 10 mining drive. Bedroom Master bedroom with ensuite / living room – sofa bed Bathroom Ensuite to master bedroom – bath with shower, w.c and basin / Shower room – shower and basin / ground floor cloakroom – w.c and basin Kitchen Single oven, hob, washer/dryer,  fridge/freezer (50/50 split), toaster, Nespresso coffee machine, kettle, microwave. Entertainment Fast fibre broadband / smart HDTV's Netflix enabled. Babes-in-arms load lighteners Travel cot / high chair / stair gate Parking There is designated off road parking for 1 car

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Big Skies Platinum+ holiday home WiFi Netflix

Big Skies is a family run platinum class holiday home situated in a quiet area of the park Big skies is ideal for couples looking for a short break or young familie

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Your guide to Camber Sands

Welcome to Camber Sands

The vast unspoilt beach of Camber Sands is one of the best on the South Coast. Whereas most others are shingle, here biscuity sands run for miles, backed by gorgeously tufted dunes. The beach feels wild and untouched, thrillingly huge and open, and although a couple of holiday parks in Camber village have drawn families for cabaret and crazy golf for decades, there has been very little seafront development. Indeed the dunes at the western end are part of a Site of Special Scientific Interest, an important habitat for rare plant and moth species and wintering birds.

Camber Sands is a great location for exploring the highlights of East Sussex and Kent. Beaches, white cliffs, and cool towns such as Hastings and Folkestone lie along the coast, while inland are Romney Marshes and the High Weald of Kent. The latter’s swath of hilly woodland and farm country is full of orchards, farm shops, and some top-notch pubs, plus fabulously picture-book Bodiam Castle, with its turrets and a moat.


How do I get around Camber Sands?

There are paid-for car parks behind the western section of the beach and in Camber. Local buses run from the nearest railway station at Rye, which links to the national network with direct connections to Hastings, Eastbourne, and Ashford International (20 minutes), for the Eurostar to France. Dover’s ferry port is an hour away by car. Gatwick Airport (LGW) is about two hours by rail, changing at Hampden Park or Eastbourne. A local Stagecoach bus service links Camber Sands to other popular attractions and towns, including Folkestone, Dover, and Lydd-on-Sea. There’s a pleasant walking and cycle path to Rye, and the England Coast Path runs east to Dungeness and beyond. From Rye you can join the long-distance Sussex Border Path or the Saxon Shore Way. It’s possible to hire bikes and fat-tyre electric bikes in Camber.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Camber Sands?

Camber Sands is wonderful in any weather. Growing numbers of cold-water swimming fanatics come to take a dip here in their bobble hats even on a bracing December day, though most visitors will find the holiday vibes of summer preferable. September is pleasant, with school holiday crowds gone, and the water still deliciously warm thanks to months of sunshine (disclaimer: not warm warm, but, you know, English warm). The area hosts a marvellous variety of events year-round, especially in Hastings. Its February Mardi Gras, May “Jack of the Green” festival, Halloween, and Bonfire Night are all great fun. August also brings Rye’s International Jazz Festival.


What are the top things to do in Camber Sands?

Sunset

At sunset at low tide, endless pools of shallow water become mirrors to the rose-pink, tangerine, and lilac skies above, creating an incredible effect. Wander out into this wonderland of pastel-tinted reflections, then tuck yourself into a hidden nook among the dunes with a book to wait for another sublime celestial spectacle when the stars come out.

Rye

Camber village can sort you out for basic essentials and fish and chips, but it’s in ancient Rye where you’ll find food, shopping, and merriment. Tumbledown half-timbered Tudor buildings and olde worlde pubs intermingle with a new generation of sleekly styled cafes and antique shops in its cobbled alleys. Rye Harbour is also a good spot to begin walks or visit a pub.

Dungeness

Surreal and captivating, Dungeness provides an intoxicating mix of weirdness you never knew you wanted. This stark natural shingle spit is home to two mammoth nuclear power stations, a nature reserve, seafood shacks and pubs, some amazing architectural conversions including old abandoned railway carriages transformed into sleek holiday pads, and a quirky garden.