At The Peninsula Cottage, thoughtful interior design meets the great outdoors. In the chic lounge area, open the French doors to the enclosed garden patio with stunning views overlooking the surrounding natural conservation area and Romney Marsh. Leave the doors open to create an airy, indoor/outdoor living space awash in sunlight and sea breezes.
From The Peninsula it’s just a 5-minute walk to Camber Sands beach, and a few miles from the historic cobblestone streets of Rye. We recommend a visit to the Rye Harbour and purchase fresh-off-the-boat seafood to take back home to cook in your cottage’s full kitchen.
Families love the Peninsula for its many child and baby friendly amenities including a cot bed, high chair, dining booster seat, play mats, baby Moses basket, child chairs and table, as well as scooter, puzzles, beach and garden toys. Leave the bulky gear behind and enjoy a holiday where everything is provided for you! The Peninsula is great for both short holidays and longer stays.
Master bedroom: King size bed and en-suite (sleeps 2)
Second bedroom: Two singles (sleeps 2)
Third bedroom: Bunk bed (sleeps 2)
Baby friendly-fully equipped with cots bed, high chair, dining booster seat, play mats, baby Moses basket, child chairs and table, as well as scooter, puzzles, beach and garden toys.
5 min walk to beach
Modern contemporary furnishing
Fully enclosed garden with views over the marsh
Wi-Fi – Wireless Broadband
Flat Screen TV in living room
Off street parking
Senseo Coffee Machine
Outdoor patio with wicker garden furniture
The Peninsula Camber Sands Holiday Cottage
Dining & Lounging
On a chillier day, light a fire in the electric fireplace and cuddle up on the plush sofa with a soft blanket. Through the living area’s glass doors, watch the famous Romney Marsh sheep grazing in the open conservation area that backs onto the cottage. Or flip on the 37″ flat screen TV with DVD player and watch a favourite film.
A contemporary open kitchen and dining area set the stage for memorable meals together. Bring your groceries to a fully equipped cooking space and let the culinary magic take root. A glass top dining table for 6 presents a strikingly modern place to serve your locally sourced creations.
Bed & Bath
All three bedrooms are located upstairs and feature deluxe Egyptian cotton linens on all the beds. The master suite presents a luxurious hotel feel with its elegant purple and black hues, flat screen TV, and king-size bed. The master’s en-suite shower room boasts striking Brazilian river slate tiles.
The second bedroom has two twin beds and its own flat screen television. Kids love the third bedroom, with its twin over twin bunkbeds, toy collection and colourful design. A shared family bath features the same Brazilian river slate tiles the master en-suite bathroom.
The garden patio with outdoor lounge seating makes for an ideal spot to relax with a good book and a cool sea breeze to ruffle the pages. A BBQ grill on the patio is perfect for burgers and Rye bay scallops. Your end to end view from here is the sweeping marshland dotted with sheep—an idyllic East Sussex scene. Just a 5-minute walk brings you to the wide open beach and gently rolling waves of Camber Sands.
Whether you’re looking to build sand castles with your children or help them explore fascinating rock pools, Camber Sands offers the country’s most spectacular sandy beach and paddling-friendly waters right on the doorstep of The Peninsula.
Holidays with young children and toddlers means lots of bulky luggage, high chair, travel cot etc, so to ease the load The Peninsula holiday cottage has been specially equipped with everything a parent would need when bring your baby on holiday such as a high chair, stair gate & travel cot.
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, The Peninsula is ideally positioned to enjoy the very best this unique corner of England has to offer.