Holiday Cottage in Camber Sands, Sussex
from £403 pwSleeps 6
Badger Cottage Summary
Badger Cottage is a semi-detached cottage in Camber, Sussex with lovely light and modern feeling interiors. The lounge and dining area is well appointed with comfy sofas, Apple TV and DVD. A smart kitchen and contemporary bathrooms complete this delightful holiday cottage.
There are TV's in each room for that little extra luxury and one independent ensuite bedroom with outside access suitable for those needing a little more privacy. A small enclosed garden with BBQ and decking area is ideal for outside summer dining.
Badger Cottage is ideal for a bucket and spade family holiday or lazy days reading on the beach! Unwind and enjoy a leisurely barbeque and a glass of chilled wine, happy in the knowledge that you haven't had to get into your car to drive to the beach or back again. In case you don't wish to cook, the Gallivant restaurant is just a short hop away with a well renowned gastronomic menu and seafood specialities. For those who love water sports, Camber Sands has sailing, windsurfing and much more.
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Badger Cottage Holiday Accommodation
Badger Cottage: sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms. Kitchen, living/dining room, 2 bathrooms, parking and patio garden
Living/Dining room with seating TV (Apple TV/Freeview). Patio doors leading to rear garden.
Kitchen with electric hob and double oven. Dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer & washing machine.
Downstairs cloakroom with WC
Bedroom 1 (sleeps 2) Independently accessed via patio doors through rear garden. Double bed with TV.
En-suite shower room/WC
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2) 2 single beds. TV.
Bedroom 3 (sleeps 2) Double bed. TV.
Bathroom with bath and shower attachment
Private decked garden with bench seating
There is a stand for a disposable BBQ
Local Information about Camber Sands, Sussex
Badger Cottage holiday cottage in Sussex is just a few minutes walk from miles of clean sandy Sussex beaches and rolling sand dunes at Camber Sands. As this coastal holiday cottage in Sussex is next to the sea there are many opportunities for water sports in the area. For the more adventurous why not have a go at kite surfing, there are several local companies which offer this. Children will love the wide open sands which are ideal for walks or simply sunbathing and making sand castles on hot summer days. The beach has life guards at certain times of the year.
The historic town of Rye is just 5 miles to the north of Camber Sands and has interesting winding medieval streets full of antique shops, boutiques and a vast array of pubs and restaurants. A working fishing port ensures a constant supply of fresh fish which can be bought directly from the Quay as well as the famous Rye Bay Scallops - a real delicacy.
Just a few minutes' walk away is the Beach Bistro Restaurant at the Gallivant Hotel, boasting a roster of incredible seasonal food.
For the golfers staying at this holiday cottage in Camber Sands, Sussex, there are famous links courses at Rye and Littlestone, which will challenge all abilities.
Heading inland this part of East Sussex and Kent has much to offer the holidaymaker whilst they enjoy their stay at Badger Cottage holiday cottage in Sussex. With famous gardens to explore and historic castles to visit you will not be short of activities. A short drive away is the Chapel Down Vineyards - which is the home of England's leading premium wine producer and is well worth a visit whilst you stay. With tours and wine tasting available as well as a stunning restaurant, 'Richard Phillips', it is the perfect destination for a full and fun day out during your stay in Sussex. Chapel Down's renowned Sparkling White Wine was served at the 2011 Royal Wedding!
The Kent and Sussex Railway and Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway are glorious steam railways perfect for both children and adults alike, and provide a fun day out. As you'll be in 1066 country you must not omit a day trip to Hastings with its trendy old town and funicular railway and Battle, site of the famous battle of Hastings fought on 14 October 1066 between the Norman army of William II and an English army under King Harold II.
For the garden enthusiast Kent and East Sussex have many wonderful gardens to visit. Many an hour can be spent discovering these and enjoying homemade tea and cakes in their tea rooms. Gardens include Hole Park in Rolvenden (20 miles) , Great Dixter in Northiam (12 miles) and the famous Sissinghurst (21 miles) Castle Gardens in Sissinghurst; all of which are within an easy drive for days out.