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Echo Beach at White Sand Camber Sands

House | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Welcome to... Echo Beach... Come and spend Easter and your summer holidays with us!

Echo Beach, Camber Sands is just minutes away from Camber Sands beach. This unique self-catering holiday accommodation is an ideal holiday house for families and friends with accommodation laid out over three floors and tastefully furnished. Everything you need for a trip to the beach from windbreaks to buckets and spades as well as entertainment for a rainy day is provided. There is a decking area together with a secluded south facing lawned garden with a BBQ, perfect for outdoor dining. You can also enjoy a drink as the sun goes down on the balcony at the front of the house. A perfect place for a seaside holiday or short break at any time of year.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach Camber Sands 500 m
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 500 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Lydd Airport 45 km, Nearest railway: Rye 8 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, 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 Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture Single beds (4), Double beds (3), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking, Lift access
Further details indoors

Ground floor

Entrance hall with stairs leading up to the first floor. Downstairs cloakroom, with WC and basin. Door leading to the open plan kitchen and living /dining area. Kitchen with electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, juicer, coffee maker, washing machine and dishwasher. The dining area has a large wooden table and six chairs with an adjacent seating area that offers a coffee table and armchairs. The property also has WiFi internet access. The room has french doors that lead out to a garden room with desk and comfortable chairs. French doors open out onto the decking area and secluded south facing lawn. Wooden outside table and chairs together with a BBQ for outdoor entertaining.

First floor

Delightful sitting room with two sofas, electric fire, side tables with lamps and flat screen TV with DVD player. French doors open out onto a balcony with bistro style table and chairs, overlooking the adjacent pond. Bedroom with 2 single beds that can also be zipped together to make a large 6ft bed, bedside table and lamps, chair, chest of drawers and a wardrobe.

Second floor

Master bedroom with kingsize bed, wardrobes, bedside tables, lamps and Roberts radio alarm clock. Ensuite bathroom with shower, WC and basin. Bedroom with 2 single beds that can be zipped together to make a large 6ft bed, bedside tables and lamps, wardrobe. Roberts radio alarm clock. Lovely family bathroom with bath, overhead shower, WC and basin.


A great secluded south facing garden with decking area and lawn. Wooden garden table, 6 chairs with cushions, 2 sun loungers, umbrella, garden hose.

There is a double garage which is a great place to store surf boards, buckets, spades and beach equipment.

Further details

Booking information

Sorry no pets, strictly no smoking in this property. Prices include bed linen, towels, all utilities, pre-arrival and departure cleaning and a welcome pack.

The changeover day for weekly bookings is a Saturday to Saturday in the high season. Other start days may be possible on request in the low and mid-season. Short breaks may commence on any day.

There is a £24 booking fee per holiday and a £250 security deposit is required prior to arrival which can be pre-authorised on a credit/debit card.

The South East England region

There has never been a better time to visit the county of Sussex, one of the sunniest regions of the country. Travel through the Sussex Countryside on a steam train or discover local history in one of the many historic houses castles and windmills. Enjoy the lush green Sussex Countryside including the recently designated South Downs National Park or spend the day by the sea exploring the dunes and one of the only sandy beaches on the south coast. Within easy reach of London and major motorways there is something for everyone when you plan your short break or longer holiday in Sussex.


Places to visit and things to do in Kent and East Sussex

Whatever your tastes Kent and East Sussex offer a unique collection of places to visit during your stay. Whether you're looking for simple days on the beach, exploring castles, cycling, walking or even kite and windsurfing, it's all there. Otherwise known as The Garden of England Kent boasts traditional English countryside with rolling hills and wooded valleys as well as ancient cathedral cities and quaint villages. East Sussex hosts many of Britain's favourite seaside destinations and beautiful market towns, you will be spoilt for choice !

Towns and villages

When you want to get the sand out from under your toes, pop into Rye, a town in a rather pleasing time-warp. Wander through the maze of lanes, taking time to browse around the many and varied shops selling everything from old fashioned sweets weighed out of jars to hand blown glass. Climb the tower in the Church and enjoy fabulous views across Romney Marshes, stop for a cream tea, buy some fish straight off the boat, relax and let life take you by the hand. Sussex has a great tradition of Bonfire Societies who celebrate the thwarting of the Gunpowder Plot with a bonfire, procession and fireworks. The Rye Bonfire Society holds their event in early November.

Just 12 miles along the coast is Hastings, with its artists community, delightful old town, fisherman's' huts, funicular railway, Smugglers Adventure and seaside pier. For the odd rainy day there is Clambers Indoor Play Centre and The Blue Reef Aquarium. For a more educational trip, visit the site of The Battle of Hastings in the aptly named Battle, a delightful market town with the English Heritage site of Battle Abbey where King Harold fell and history changed forever.

The ancient town of Winchelsea set high above the surrounding marshes is well worth a visit. Once a thriving port but now a picturesque village with central church and traditional village shops.

For a little more excitement and a lively atmosphere try the favourite seaside town of Eastbourne, with traditional Victorian architecture and pier complete with funfair and candy floss stalls! William the Conquerors Pevensey castle is located along the coast on the outskirts of the town.

Further along the coast towards West Sussex you will find Brighton, another favourite seaside destination with a very cosmopolitan feel. The famous “ Lanes “ with their antique and quirky shops is a lovely place to meander before enjoying a refreshment stop in one of the many bistros and restaurants.

A short drive in land from Brighton is Sussex’s County Town of Lewes which is currently enjoying a revival with new restaurants and interesting shopping . The world renowned Glyndebourne Festival Opera running from May to August is held at the opera house just 4 miles outside Lewes.

A visit to Kent would not be complete without appreciating some of the ancient Cathedral cities such as Canterbury or the Dickensian Rochester. The North Kent coast is also famous for its fishing ports such as Whitstable. Enjoy a day here sampling the famous Whitstable oysters.

The Kent countryside has a wealth of small towns and villages such as Tenterden with its fascinating architecture, and excellent shopping. Nearby Cranbrook is a pretty town with a medieval layout of streets and alleys with many buildings dating back to the 15th century and being overlooked by the imposing Union Windmill.


There are few beaches to rival Camber Sands, one of the only sandy beaches in the South East. With fabulous undulating dunes, perfect for hide and seek, running along and launching yourself off no matter what your age. When the tide goes out, it goes out a long way unveiling a myriad of paddling pools. The damp sand makes perfect temporary cricket pitches as the beach more than doubles in size.

Further along the coast there are many more interesting beaches, mostly shingle but all perfect for long walks and beach-combing at any time of year. Try Winchelsea or Pevensey Bay as well as the main resorts of Eastbourne or Hastings.

The outdoors

On the eastern shores of the River Rother lies Rye Nature Reserve - just perfect for a walk or cycle along its flat paths towards Winchelsea. Discover Camber Castle, one of Henry VIII's coastal forts on your way and look out for any number of bugs, beetles, reptiles and birds.

Beachy Head with its dramatic white cliffs and undulating South Downs is located in an area of outstanding Natural beauty. Across the border into Kent the White Cliffs of Dover are one of Britain’s Iconic landmarks, having been featured in countless movies. Enjoy a bracing walk and then maybe lunch or tea in the vibrant seaside town of Dover.

Lots of environmental activities are on offer for all the family at Hastings Country Park, Pett Level, Rye Harbour Nature Reserve, Camber, Dungeness RSPB and the Romney Marsh Visitor Centre.

Late spring sees the start of the 'Open Garden' season, with lots of private gardens generously open to the public throughout the spring and summer months. Great Dixter, the home of the late Christopher Lloyd in the village of Northiam is open until the end of October and keen gardeners could do no better than attend a course there with Head Gardener Fergus Garrett. A great opportunity to be inspired by other people's efforts and go back to your Bramley & Teal house for tea and scones and do - nothing!

There is a wealth of amazing places to visit in this part of the country and we are recommending the places we have visited and enjoyed with our families and friends. If you come across a hidden gem, please let us know.

Near historic smugglers town of Rye, Pretty weather boarded cottage, Stylish beach living, Coastal and near to the sea. Fresh fish locally, Fishing, Golf nearby, Sailing, Kite surfing, Windsurfing, Water sports, Beach walks on sandy beach

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Claire Acock (Property Manager Bramley and Teal Ltd)

  • 4 Years listed

Calendar last updated:08 Sep 2014

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