Camber Holiday Cottages

The Bach

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New Zealand comes to Camber as, The Bach – a stylish architecturally designed building split into two abodes, has views opposite the dunes, it’s a minute from the glorious beach of Camber Sands, a hop, skip and a jump over the dunes.  A holiday home for the stylish traveller with all the creature comforts of home. Clean lines beautifully show off the simplicity of the design –  the subtle finishes ooze quality. Each of the four bedrooms comes with a bath or shower room – offering luxury for all guests. The buildings are raised above ground to maximise the views to the dunes and to put cars (max 2) and bikes at a lower level, with dense landscaping. This creates a stepped entrance to the houses between stone retaining walls.

On entering the property via the front door (the left hand side property) is a cloakroom, and a separate utility room also with access to the outside – (a perfect place for washing off the sand under the outdoor shower or tap), it has a washer/dryer and ceiling airer, a bench to take the weight off your feet and a place to hang your hat (and coat). For those who love to cook, the state of the art kitchen enables the foodie guest to produce a feast – double oven, with warming drawer and grill, an induction hob; large double fridge and freezer, boiling water tap, dishwasher and loads of culinary equipment, plus bluetooth speaker and DAB radio.

Open plan living makes way to a long dining table with banquette seating and overhanging lamps.  Stepping down into the large sitting room complete with a modern log burning fire, large TV with Sky Q, is a perfect spot to relax and unwind.  The large sliding doors access the garden and outside dining area; for food aficionados and barbecue-heads, the gastronomic Green Egg BBQ, handmade by artisans and NASA inspired ceramics; all weather cooking BBQ is a piece of kit to behold let alone cook in! The first floor hosts an additional sitting room with another log burning fireplace and sumptuous velvet sofa, a quiet room for reading or playing games – allowing guests to spread out over the house.  The huge balcony is perfect for the morning sun.

The clean white, hand built, bunk room is a great space for the children, the separate bathroom with free standing bath and striking floor tiles is next door.  The master bedroom has a king size bed with top quality bedding, together with a large ensuite shower room with two basins. One floor up hosts another two bedrooms; a king with ensuite shower room and a twin (3ft singles) also with an ensuite.  It is a perfect house for a retreat to the sea – it allows one dog and perfectly positioned for all year round access onto the beach. The eco credentials are massive; the house is heated using Air Source Heat pumps, which create low levels of heat output into the underfloor heating systems. The buildings are highly insulated and sealed, so completely cool in summer and cosy in winter.  Each room has a separate thermostat to adjust to your liking.   What’s not to like!

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Our changeover days are on Fridays and Mondays (only Fridays in peak season weeks), our weekend rate includes late departure on Sundays or departure on Monday morning.  We have a mid week rate of four nights. If we have late availability and you are looking for a shorter stay please do email us to see if we can accommodate you. A booking fee of £15 will also be added to the booking.

Local Info
  • Camber - Camber is a unique destination – it is the home of the sandiest beach on the South of England – miles of sand and dunes which lie next to the famous links golf course of Rye, close to London and the Channel Tunnel, it makes it easy for an escape.  Check out the Tide Table for more
  • Sporty Days - There is an abundance of sporting activities in the area – our proximity to the sea does encourage a blast on the water!  There are costal walks towards Hastings and cycling paths to Rye and Dungeness. Yoga!  The Gallivant have just opened a yoga studio and if the weather is good enough it happens on more
  • Lazy Days - If you are looking to just veg out and take it easy – the beach is an easy walk from all the houses, you can while away many hours staring at the sea with a good book!  Or wander the ancient cobbled streets of Rye and enjoy all the antiques and independent shops, and lunch more
  • Cultural Days - If history takes your fancy we are surrounded by castles: Bodiam, Sissinghurst, Knole, Igtham Mote, the home of Rudyard Kipling, Batemans, Lamb House in Rye, all details can be found at The National Trust. Visit the stunning gardens of Great Dixter created by the late Christopher Lloyd. His home and the grounds open to visitors more
  • Foodie Heaven - Rye is quickly becoming a foodie heaven, the local scallops have been branded – Rye Bay Scallops, and a festival has been created to honour our local catch! We do suggest that you arrange an online delivery that can take the stress and meet you on your day of arrival, all major supermarkets deliver to more
  • Rye Escapes - The medieval town of Rye is a stones throw from Camber – its where the train arrives, where the hustle and bustle of local life is. The cobbled streets steeped in history deliver stunning landmarks, a reminder to a bygone era. Independent shops, restaurants, cafes and art galleries jostle for prominence. Rye Escapes our sister more

The Bach

TN31 7RE