Mallow Cottage, Camber Sands, East Sussex
Tucked on SSSI marshland just a few minutes’ walk from the golden beach, Mallow Cottage offers a cosy country-meets-coastal escape that is ideal for couples or young families.
From this modern smugglers cottage, you’ll spend mornings watching sheep wander the salt marsh, afternoons splashing in the surf, and evenings huddled around a table at the pubs in nearby medieval Rye. Take in the breathtaking scenery from the fully enclosed back garden, and unwind in complete comfort in thoughtfully decorated living spaces and bedrooms.
Located in the desirable White Sand community, this retreat offers a quiet escape within walking distance of friendly local spots, including a pub, restaurant, and convenience store.
Sleeps 4 people
3 min walk to beach
5 miles from Rye
Quiet location overlooking the marsh
Modern contemporary furnishing
Fully enclosed garden
Secure shed with two adjustable hybrid bikes
Nespresso Coffee machine
Dining & Lounging
As suited for quiet relaxation as it is for evening conversation, the living room seats four comfortably in front of the 42″ flat screen smart TV and cosy fireplace. Gather here to recoup from a day of sun or and plan your next adventures. And open plan joins this room with a dining space for four.
Oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge and freezer – the kitchen is equipped with every last thing you’ll need for favourite recipes at home. Treat yourself to a morning perk from the Nespresso coffee machine before you wander down to the beach.
Bed & Bath
Shuttered windows and seaside and countryside accents make each of the bedrooms a quaint escape of their own. Flexible sleeping arrangements are ideal for both couples and families – one bedroom offers a double bed while the other offers two twins.
Refresh in an upstairs bath with shower/tub combination and a fresh supply of towels. An additional WC is located downstairs.
Glimpse the marsh as far as the eye can see in the scenic back garden. Gather around the fire pit and watch sheep and wildlife moseying through the wind farm beyond. Settle in for intimate fireside meals at the bistro table for two.
Out front, another charming garden offers a pleasant welcome, and onsite parking makes arrival easy.
Pet Friendly Mallow Cottage
Dogs love a big sandy beach – space to run around, sand dunes to explore, water to splash in, interesting smells to discover and plenty of other dogs to play with. So when you bring your four-legged friend to Mallow Cottage, it’s good to know that the incredible dog friendly Camber Sands beach is right on your doorstep. They will be in hound heaven!
Our dog friendly Camber Sands holiday cottage, Mallow Cottage here at White Sand is the perfect place to bring your faithful furry companion. Camber’s huge sandy beach on your doorstep, lots of great places to go for walks and even dog friendly pubs so that you can both enjoy a relaxing drink after a day of sniffing about on the dunes!
Eat and drink
Good food is an important part of a great holiday, so rest assured of eating well during your stay. From the simple pleasure of fresh fish and chips to local produce menus that the many character-filled taverns and restaurants serve. Whether you prefer cosy inns with roaring fires to luxurious beach restaurants, you will be spoilt for choice.
Being close to the sea and surrounded by farmland it’s little surprise that the food served in some of these fabulous buildings comes from only a few miles away. The famous Romney Marsh Lamb, Rye bay Scallops and Dover sole all feature on the menus as well as traditional English pub dishes using locally sourced ingredients such as Rye Bay fish, fruit, veg and meat from the local farms along with our award winning sparkling wines to give you a taste sensation.
Fancy yourself as a chef then colourful farmers markets, and delis are where you will be able to source all you need to produce your own gourmet meals in the kitchen of this White Sand holiday cottage.
What to see and do
Being nestled on the border of 1066 Country and The Garden of England with their stunning coast and countryside, ancient towns and historic sites, your stay here in Camber Sands offers a vast array of activities and attractions to suit all interests.
Discover the beauty on the doorstep of White Sand, wending along lanes past sheep dotted fields, orchards, vineyards, cobbled streets and castles. Be enriched by England’s loveliest counties, alive with their exciting past: visit beautiful town of Rye with its history woven with seafaring tales of naval battles, violent storms, lifeboat heroics and smuggling and her neighbouring Cinque port towns. Canterbury with Chaucer’s pilgrims, Rochester with Dickens. See where a monumental battle famously reshaped the nation, follow the maritime adventures that have shaped our shore from Roman invasion to World War II.
Over the centuries East Sussex & Kent coast, have been the invader’s gateway to Britain. Being the closest point to mainland Europe, these two counties have witnessed some of the most important moments in this country’s history.
With such a rich and varied past it’s really no surprise that this corner of the country is teeming with places of historical significance. From ruins to castles, from ancient woodland to prehistoric coastline – we have it all in abundance.
Whether you prefer the adreneline rush as you leap into the air, kite-surfing or hurtle down zip wires through country parks to the more relaxing walks along the many path and cycleways, or just relaxing on one of the many beautiful beaches, there’s is something for everyone.
For those of you who like a bit of culture, visit the many museums and galleries found throughout our historic towns. You’ll find vast collections of historical importance, fine art, landscape photography and theatre productions set in some of the most atmospheric locations.
Being only one and a half hours from London you can also make the most of what the capital has to offer, take in a show in the West End, shop in Oxford Street or visit the many iconic sites
With the blend of tradition and culture in Rye and the beauty and tranquillity of Camber Sands, Mallow Cottage is ideally positioned to enjoy the very best this unique corner of England has to offer.
“Thank you for a brilliant stay” Mar 2017
Camber is a beautiful place to visit; rain or shine, beach or seaside. Mallow Cottage caters for your needs whatever your preferences, situated only a five minute walk from camber sands beach or an equally short drive to the cobbled streets in the town of Rye. The house itself is clean, comfortable and easy to settle into for a long weekend getaway to the Great British coast. Thank you for a brilliant stay, I would recommend and visit again!
“Fantastic views and location.” Mar 2017
Thank you so much for the wonderful stay in your beautiful home my husband Ian and I loved every minute and your kindness and personal touches of the bread, milk, delicious lemon cake and prosecco was all just so wonderful the location is perfect thank you again Stylishly decorated and fantastically equipped and the added personal touches from richard and Sophie made this an incredibly wonderful weekend away we will definitely return
“Had a great stay, very relaxed and will be returning” Feb 2017
Very cosy, very relaxed stay, just bring food, very scenic and beautiful, fully equipped cottage for relaxed stay, would definitely be visiting again.
“Beautiful stay as always” Dec 2016
Beautiful stay as always! Thank you Richard for helping with my silly requests and see you soon. Lisa & Vinnie
“A beautiful cottage” Oct 2016
A beautiful cottage with everything we needed and superbly clean. Lovely location made all the better by the unseasonably warm and sunny weather!
“We loved Mallow Cottage” Sept 2016
We loved Mallow Cottage, incredibly quiet and beautiful, with everything we needed…even a coffee pod machine, lovely. Very modern and so comfortable, clearly well planned for a very easy break which we enjoyed immensely! Great beaches with 5 minutes and some great places to eat in Rye too.
“Couldn’t ask for more!” Sept 2016
The cottage was well equipped, clean and situated in the ideal location to explore the south east of England. Everything had been thought off to make our stay an enjoyable week and was one of the best holidays we have ever had. In fact we are already planning to book again next year… Also, a big thanks to Richard and Sophie for their hospitality on arrival.
“Perfect little getaway by the sea” June 2016
I was looking for a cottage for a long weekend stay to recharge the batteries. Mallow Cottage was the perfect choice – lovely cottage, of very good quality, with so many nice little touches – great towels, nespresso machine, thoughtful welcome treats of local goodies. The cottage was easy walking distance to the sea and a great local restaurant, and Rye just minutes away by car. Would definitely highly recommend.
“Very well equipped and clean cottage in a tranquil location” June 2016
Thoroughly enjoyed a weekend break at Mallow Cottage with my mum and toddler. Despite being a small-ish cottage, it is very well equipped, not to mention homely and clean. The décor is very tasteful and relaxing. Dogs and children are made to feel welcome, evident from the supplies left for them. Lots of thoughtful touches, I won’t mention them here as I think it’s nice to be surprised. The view from the kitchen window/ garden is beautiful. Great location for the beach too. We were also offered an extend check out on our day of departure (presumably as there were no bookings due that day), this was an unexpected bonus.
“Lovely Bank Holiday Break!” May 2016
Just spent a lovely bank holiday break at this delightful cottage. Very well equipped with good furnishings. Good bathroom and v comfy double bed. Lovely welcome pack too. Highly recommend. Great if you have a dog too! From 1st May through to September you need to take the dog to the Broomhils part of Camber sands beach for walks, only 5 mins up the Lydd Road by car. Make sure you visit the 15th century Woolpack Inn for a pint of Spitfire. Also the Landgate Bistro in Rye for great food!
“Delightful house in a lovely location, minutes from the beach” April 2016
Everything was perfect, on arrival there was a little box of luxuries including a bottle of Prosecco and some local goodies and a welcome card. The location is great with off road parking outside the front door, the house was immaculate. Nice sitting room with open access to the kitchen, fantastic view from the rear garden over the fields to the gently moving blades of the wind farm and the field was full of little lambs running about. Hot water is on a combi-boiler so on demand, and a nice shower/bath upstairs and an additional toilet downstairs. We used the double bedroom and the single would have been great for the kids, fortunately they’ve grown up and didn’t want to join us! Nice decking area in the compact rear garden and thoughtfully provided is a fire pit and a barbecue, we didn’t use either as we were out and about and by the time we got back we just settled into the sitting room and browsed the Netflix menu, also provided free of charge. In the rear garden which is decking and shingle, the fence can be 6 feet high so if you have a dog that is part kangaroo you can fold up the fence to keep them in, never seen that before but great idea! To get to the beach is around a 5 minute walk and our dog was in heaven as she believes everything that isn’t a person is a squirrel and therefore should be chased and this includes seagulls, much to our amusement. We discussed how Richard and Sophie the owners could make this property better and the answer is they couldn’t, it’s absolutely perfect, it’s spotless, comfortable, fresh, nice and just like a home from home should be. We had a fantastic stay and will be going back after the summer. If you’re looking for somewhere to stay in Camber Sands, I would thoroughly recommend this one.
“The cottage was perfect” April 2016
The cottage was perfect, whilst it was in the middle of a new build housing complex it felt like we were in a little cottage in the country. The views out the back were great especially with the new born lambs bouncing about. It’s a small but extremely cosy and modern house which easily accommodated myself and my mum with my two medium sized dogs. Loved the Nespresso machine too! The parking space out the front was a bonus and the enclosed garden was great for the dogs too. We found it extremely peaceful and quiet. I will definitely visit this property again.
“An excellent cottage” April 2016
An excellent cottage, thoughtfully furnished with all you would need for a long or short stay.a well appointed cottage looking over a field, with a decking area and bbq that would be great in the summer. Owners were friendly and helpful too. Would recommend a stay.
“Would definitely come again” April 2016
The cottage was lovely. We were met by a welcome basket full of goodies which was a real treat and a great start to our break. The property was warm, clean and beautifully arranged. Instructions for the use of the facilities were clear. Information about local amenities, places of interest and walks were all easily accessible. And the board games were an added benefit when the weather was a bit changeable. All in all we had a great stay and would definitely come again. Thank you.
“Relaxing Christmas break” Dec 2015
A great place to stay for a few days. House was clean and well equipped. Really appreciated the effort that had gone into making the house feel festive with a tree and decorative lights. The welcome hamper of handmade food was also well received. Great location being so close to the beach for bracing walks with the dog ! Would highly recommend. Thank you.
“Lovely house and great service” Nov 2015
Stayed here for a weekend break. The house is warm and modern, the beach is easy to walk to and we had a welcome basket of goodies to start off a great stay. Would recommend to others.
“A real gem” Oct 2015
We Our second visit to this super little cottage (visited in the summer but never got round to reviewing it then). It is perfectly located close to the amazing stretch of sandy beach where we enjoyed our walks as well as sipping a cappuccino at one of the 2 cafes right on the sand. There are also some decent pubs/restaurants in easy walking distance of the cottage which make a change from eating in.
The cottage is delightful – a really great deck (and very private) with views over the fields – and inside it is all of a high standard – nicely furnished, lovely fluffy towels, White Stuff toiletries,etc The bed was very comfortable and the cottage is warm. It is in a very pretty estate (shades of New England) and, I think, one of the better placed cottages on the estate. As well as walking – we visited the art gallery in Hastings , went into Rye and walked around Winchelsea. The cottage is great for a stay at any time of year – we didn’t have time to make use of the bikes but maybe next time……. we will definitely be back! .
“Lovely cottage” Oct 2015
We had a lovely 3 night stay at Mallow Cottage. The cottage is well situated in a pleasant relatively new estate of holiday lets and residential housing right next to marshland. The cottage was maintained well with a pleasant front garden and overlooking the marshland at the back. The cottage had all the facilities for our stay that we required with plenty of utensils for cooking and relaxing. The property was very clean and well presented with all a family of up to 4 people need. The bedrooms were comfortable too. The property was situated for easy access to Camber Sands beach being only a few minutes walk over the dunes with lovely walks along the beach or dunes. Rye the nearest town was nice with lots of antique shops and cafes. Overall a lovely stay.
“Excellent for dogs and their owners!” Sept 2015
Lovely cottage with beautiful furnishings. Wonderful view from the fully enclosed back garden and we were even rewarded with a double rainbow!!. The dogs thoroughly enjoyed the beach and dunes, which were a 5 minute walk away and they were totally exhausted after their long walks, as were we!!!.
“Great views, excellent location” Aug 2015
Had a great week at the very comfortable Mallow cottage. Perfect location for walking to beach, plus wonderful view over the marshes.
“Wonderful Location for a relaxing break” Aug 2015
The views from the rear garden are a delight. You can enjoy an amazing display of butterflies and dragonflies as you lean on the fence contemplating the wind farm, marsh and the array of wildlife.
The cottage has so many extra touches which make you feel welcomed – the basket of delicious local treats, bottle of prosecco, and the nespresso coffee machine. Not to mention the White Company toiletries, linen and towels – truly a 5* stay.
Great dog friendly beach a few minutes walk away and the lovely town of Rye within a short drive.
We will definitely be back! .
“Perfect place to be beside the sea” July 2015
I spent a wonderful week with my Mum and dog at Mallow Cottage. The cottage was spotlessly clean and luxurious – loved the white company bedding and toiletries! The great views over the marsh at the back were a bonus – a perfect place for a morning coffee after a walk on the fabulous beach. It was a short stroll to two excellent restaurants and great to be able to cycle to Rye without getting in the car. The extra touches – eg bikes, dog treats, coffee machine – were much appreciated, and the welcome basket goodies didn’t last long! V friendly and helpful managers too – thanks Richard and Sophie! We will definitely be back.
“Perfect getaway by the sea” June 2015
I was looking for a cottage for a long weekend stay to recharge the batteries. Mallow Cottage was the perfect choice – lovely cottage, of very good quality, with so many nice little touches – great towels, nespresso machine, thoughtful welcome treats of local goodies. The cottage was easy walking distance to the sea and a great local restaurant, and Rye just minutes away by car. Would definitely highly recommend. Heather
“An excellent location and venue for a family trip” May 2015
The cottage was a perfect venue for our family trip. The location was excellent both for easy access to the fantastic beaches of Camber Sands, and for taking short trips to visit Rye, Hastings and Battle.
The Cottage was clean, fresh and modern with all the facilities to make our stay very comfortable, including a welcoming basket of local produce, milk in the fridge and a cold bottle of bubbly alongside.
The owners were welcoming, and we enjoyed every minute of our stay. Already planning a return visit. Olivia our 8 year old, thought it was a 5 star experience.
The owners had clearly thought of a range of additions to make the stay as easy as possible, such as sand buckets for the kids, games to play, and even White Company Linen on the beds. Brian