Holiday cottages and self-catering accommodation in Camber
Camber is a small village best known for its astoundingly beautiful beach Camber Sands. Miles of beach and dunes await visitors. It is one of the most popular beaches in the south east of England and in the summer attracts sun seekers from far and wide hoping to get a tan and to play in the sea. The area also has a zoned part of the surf for kite surfers and kayaking.
The beach is so big there’s room for everybody to play. The beach has lifeguards throughout the late spring and summer periods. Dogs on a lead are allowed on the beach May to September, although there are restricted zones. Always read the signs in public areas to find out where they are.
The village itself is large enough to sustain some great pubs and a few good amenities. For lunches or an evening meal try The Gallivant or The Owl, which are both close to the beach and village.
Take a day trip up to Rye or along the coast to Eastbourne. There are several places of historical interest close to Camber, one of which is Camber Castle. The English Heritage-managed ruins once defended Rye Harbour and aerial photos reveal the curious circular pattern that the walls make. Daily tours are available. Literary fans will love Lamb House in Rye, the former home of author Henry James who wrote the Wings of the Dove, the Turn of the Screw and Washington Square, managed by the National Trust.
For those looking for the perfect holiday by the sea, look no further than our Camber cottages, holiday homes and self-catering accommodation above.