Seaglass Camber Sands Holiday Cottage
It’s a treat when you stumble upon a piece of smooth, sea-weathered glass on the beach. And, likewise, you have found a gem at this Camber Sands holiday cottage: Seaglass is an elegant, light-filled haven by the sea in the award winning White Sand development. Walk just a few minutes over the dunes to Camber Sands’ iconic beach. Then come home to a whimsical cottage with a magazine-worthy interior design and a south-facing enclosed garden for al fresco meals in the sun.
With sleeping space for 6, and an excellent location with the best of 1066 country on your doorstep, your group will delight in this lovely holiday cottage.
3 bedrooms: Sleeps 6 people
Master bedroom Kingsize bed & en-suite (sleeps 2)
Second bedroom: Double bed (sleeps 2)
Third bedroom: Two single beds (sleeps 2)
3 min walk to beach
5 miles from Rye
Nespresso Coffee machine
Fully enclosed decked garden for al fresco dining
Garden room with French doors
Luxury 400 thread count Egyptian cotton bed linen
Beach chairs, beach towels & picnic blanket
Selection of DVDs, board games and books
Off road parking
Wi-Fi – free fast Wireless Broadband
Flat screen 50” smart HD TV in sitting room
Flat screen TV in Master bedroom.
Blu-Ray & DVD Player
Two Bluetooth portable stereo speakers
Dining & Lounging
Every element of Seaglass was selected for guests’ enjoyment and comfort—from the clean lines and nautical-chic décor to the crackling, contemporary fireplace in the lounge. A sociable, open floor plan is great for groups, with a light-filled kitchen/dining area that allows everyone to spend time together.
In the lounge, turn on the fire and settle on the sofa for your favourite programs on the large flat screen TV. Meanwhile, set dinner to simmer in the modern kitchen with a roomy, uncluttered design, stainless appliances and crisp white cabinetry.
Bed & Bath
The first floor is where you will find the large master bedroom with en-suite complete with power shower. Stow your holiday essentials in the large wardrobe. The master bedroom also has a flat screen so you can stay cozied up in the comfortable king size bed whilst you watch TV.
The second bedroom has a double bed, a wardrobe and dressing table, and the third bedroom includes two twin single beds with seaglass-hued linens and a chest of drawers. The family bathroom has a full suite with a shower over the bath.
Just beyond the kitchen, a garden room with French doors looks out over (and opens onto) the large shingle and decked garden—a wonderful sun trap that sets an ideal stage for warm family meals or a pint of beer after a day on the beach.
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, Seaglass is ideally positioned to enjoy the very best this unique corner of England has to offer.