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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
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Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
Sea Breeze is a stunning, two bedroom cottage that has been imaginatively furnished in an appealing, contemporary style. Overlooking a landscaped reed-bed and stream, it has far-reaching views of Romney Marsh and located just a few minutes walk from the famous and breathtaking Camber Sands beach. The fully decked, south-facing garden, the perfect spot for a beer after a day on the beach. Water sports and golfing devotees will appreciate the secure shed for storing wet suits, boards, golf clubs, etc and brackets for mounting kite buggies and other equipment. And after a hard day on the beach, there is no shortage of indoor entertainment including a 42" plasma TV.
Open plan living area; Kitchen with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, and dishwasher, Sitting room with 42" plasma TV with Freeview and surround sound. Utility room with washing machine/dryer and Cloakroom.
Master bedroom with double bed, wardrobe and chest of drawer, Twin room with two 2' 6" single beds (will convert to double) and wardrobe with drawers below and Bathroom with bath (shower over), basin and WC.
Fully decked, south facing garden with secure shed for storing wet suits, boards, etc; Private car port and visitors' parking; Behind the house is a short cut to the beach which takes you onto the sand dunes in 3 minutes.
Picnic hamper, Beach tent/sunshade, Beach cricket set, Bed linen, Bath Towels, two fluffy Bathrobes, two Beach Towels; Well-behaved, small dog welcome; No smoking.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Camber Sands 100 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||100 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Gatwick, Nearest railway: Rye|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details outdoors|
Fully decked, south facing garden. Secure shed for storing wet suits, boards, etc. Private car port and visitors' parking; Behind the house is a short cut to the beach which takes you onto the sand dunes in 3 minutes.
The East Sussex region
A landscape of moated castles, steam railways, picturesque seaside towns and steep-cobbled streets, this is 1066 country. Scenes overlayed through the passing centuries that today survive in composite to create the archetypal image of England. An England which, hundreds of years ago, had its fate decided here in this beautiful coastal pocket of East Sussex, where an Norman invasion force successfully landed on these shores and won a famous victory, forging a new nation and forever changed the course of this countries history.
In 1066 Country you're surrounded by countryside and coastal reaches so abundant with the historical evidence of the past thousand years, it's impossible to imagine how this country may have evolved had Harold Godwinson, later to become Harold II, the last Anglo-Saxon king, won the battle of Hastings on the 14 October 1066, a date since etched into the national consciousness. As it was, the day and the crown belonged to William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy.
1066 Country Today
Thankfully 1066 country today, ringing with the history of events born from perceived betrayals and false promises, never disappoints its guests. 1066 country offers its visitors a countless array of famous historical sites and crumbling fairytale ruins of ancient castles. Immaculate country houses set in magnificent gardens are scattered across a backdrop of rolling fields dotted with sheep and woodlands intersected with steep-banked lanes that weave their way through tiny hamlets and charming villages. To the south lies the region's coast, encompassing the towns of Bexhill, Hastings and England's prettiest town, Rye, cradled to the west by the chalky bolster of the South Downs. This is soon to become a national park and bracing walks along gorse-lined ridges provide sweeping sea views to rival those of the raptors riding lazy circles in the thermals above.
1066 Country Coast
It's easy to lose hours roaming around the many picturesque 1066 country towns such as Rye. However, when the hill climbing finally takes its toll the perfect antidote lies just a couple of miles away to the edge of 1066 country at the majestic Camber Sands. Here the cobbles and shingle that define the beaches of the south-east coast finally give way to a beautiful broad tract of unspoilt sandy beach and sheltering dunes.
Beguiling as the 1066 country coast may be, neither the region's beauty or its history diminishes as you journey inland. While Rye may have had its adopted son in Henry James, one of 1066 country's most passionately patriotic literary exponents also made his home in the countryside of this special part of East Sussex, where he composed this most appropriate piece of poetry:
England's on the anvil – hear the hammers ring –
Clanging from the Severn to the Tyne!
Never was a blacksmith like our Norman King,
England's being hammered, hammered, hammered into line
So goes the first verse of The Anvil, a poem in praise of the forging of a unified English nation under William The Conqueror, written by an author born nearly 800 years later, in 1865 – Rudyard Kipling. His family home of Bateman's, situated here in 1066 country, just outside the delightful village of Burwash, is now owned by the National Trust and remains the essence of the pastoral idyll safely hidden at the heart of the Empire.
Countryside and Castles, 1066 Country
The perfect solution to enjoying the countryside at the heart of 1066 country, in a manner that Kipling would surely have approved, is a journey on the Kent and Sussex Steam Railway. As the country's finest example of a light rural railway, you can even dine during your journey in restored Pullman Cars, drinking in the view through the puff of steam as the line travels through the unspoilt Rother Valley to terminate at Bodiam, the location of one of England's famous 'fairytale' castles. Bodiam Castle, with its beautifully preserved and spectacularly turreted quadrangular walls, built in 1385 rising from it's broad moat, provides an image that has become the personification of an English medieval castle.
Another spectacular 1066 country moated castle can be found at Herstmonceux, situated north west of Hastings. Constructed in 1441, Herstmonceux Castle became the temporary home to the Royal Greenwich Observatory shortly after the Second World War in a bid to avoid London's increasing light pollution. The observatory moved again, this time to Cambridge in 1990, yet the legacy of its six working telescopes survives, with three still open for guided evening observations.
With the telescope such as the one housed at Herstmonceux, you wonder if King Harold would have been able to see what was in store for this island, long before that fateful arrow struck its mortal blow. But it is impossible to imagine how different 1066 Country would have been, had the tables been so easily turned on that monumental day.
One thing, however, that would doubtless have remained the same is the timeless beauty of the 1066 country landscape – but whether 1066 country would still contain one of its most recent Gallic-influenced attractions, the profusion of small award wining vineyards that have sprung up in recent years among the hop fields, we can only guess.
So follow in the footsteps of the Conqueror and visit 1066 Country
Camber Sands beach is a two-and-a-half mile stretch of golden sands enclosed by picturesque dunes only two hour's drive from central London. It is being newly rediscovered as a UK holiday destination of choice and was voted number 9 of the 100 Best Beaches in the World by The Sunday Times Travel Magazine.
The unspoilt beauty of the beach as well as its sheer size have made it a popular location for fashion photo shoots and films including doubling as the Sahara Desert in a 'Carry On' film and as the Dunkirk evacuation beaches in several war epics. At low tide the sea can be as much as half a mile from the dunes which makes it a popular location for horse-riding and kite-bugging. The clean and shallow water makes it ideal for children.
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29 Dec 2014
"A wonderful find"
I found 'Beside The Sea' on the Internet. What luck! It was perfect. Everything we wanted for a trip to the seaside with my dog. The house was immaculate, clean,tidy with a welcome pack of groceries and wine. The location, just over the road from the sea, was exactly what we had hoped for. My friend and I spent a really great few days walking on the beach with the dog and discovering the area. We were comfortable,cosy, relaxed and look forward to another visit.
11 Mar 2013
"Lovely property and great location"
Property is in a new estate of fishing village style cottages which are very pretty. Lovely cosy property, and appreciate being able to take our dog. Nearby Camber Sands beach excellent.
thank you for taking the time to post a review. I am pleased your hound had an enjoyable stay too! I look forward to having you stay again in the not too distant future.
7 Feb 2012
"Relaxing time away from London"
My friends and I just came back from a extended weekend at this lovely cottage. Despite the impressions you may get from the video. The property is actually bigger than expected. The bedrooms especially are a great size and the whole property is furnished to a great standard. Sleeping in the beds was a dream and no one of my group could believe how great they slept in Camber. It's unfortunate however, that the sitting room/kitchen don't facilitate enough room to have a nice sit-down meal for more than 2 people (this is due to lack of space and due to lack of a third and fourth dining chair) - We just made due with eating at restaurants in Rye. While the town of Camber itself is definitely more of a holiday destination with businesses shut in low season, Rye alone is worth the trip. You do however have to be earlier than normal to be able to get dinner in Rye (most restaurants stop serving at 9) and some businesses shut during the afternoon. The Sea Breeze was the perfect place to get a weekend of quite time away from London off season. I can imagine that the nearby sandy beach will bring many holiday goers in the summer, which in turn would make it the perfect beach-holiday location. As we were "snowed in", we weren't able to use the great BBQ outside, nor were we able to explore all amenities that camber has to offer, we would however recommend this particular property to anyone that is thinking of getting away from London and maybe enjoy some dips in the sea. Richard from beside the sea has been an absolute star and we'll definitely be renting properties through him again shall we wish to come back to Sussex!
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