There’s lots of ‘egg-citing’ (sorry!) things to see and do when you choose to be beside the sea this Easter.
Easter is the perfect time to catch up with family and friends and enjoy a stay in one of our lovely holiday cottages situated in Camber, East Sussex. You will love going on gorgeous spring walks to blow away those winter blues and enjoying good company over an Easter Sunday roast dinner in one of our well appointed cottages or at a nearby cosy pub or restaurant.
All of our home-from-home cottages are close to Camber beach, so once you’ve had your hot cross buns you can climb the dunes – perfect for an easter egg hunt, egg-rolling or simply walking off those chocolate treats! Or perhaps you’ll choose to visit one of the many attractions within easy reach of our holiday cottages for fun days out with the family!
There is plenty of fun packed Easter time adventures to go on, Why not take up the challenge of the Batemans Cadburys Easter Trail where clues will lead you around the gardens and you could win Easter Egg prizes, the Bodiam Castle Easter Trail where you can join in a hint for The Easter Bunny to win prizes, or the Kent & East Sussex Railway Easter Egg Hunt and Quiz! Or maybe you’ll check out the Bexhill 100 Easter Bonnet Parade, where classic cars are given the ‘Easter treatment’ and see what they’ve imaginatively come up with!
During your break we recommend taking the opportunity to enjoy some beautiful walks, Easter really is the ideal time to enjoy the great outdoors and Camber and nearby Rye offer lovely coastal walks and nature reserves bursting with life and colour! So make the most of the mild spring weather this Easter time and enjoy sunny daffodils in bloom and new born Romney lambs frolicking on Romney Marsh! There are also plenty of cycle paths and routes for you to go for bike rides with your friends and family.
Whatever you decide to do this Easter, you’ll find High emotions, extraordinary sensations and unforgettable experiences await you in this remarkable corner of the South Coast of England.