Monthly Archives: September 2012

Why Pett beach is the perfect complement to Camber Sands

There’s not all that much more you could wish for at Camber Sands. After all, a beach with seven miles of golden sand, towering dunes that are great for exploring, and a dedicated section for kite surfers really doesn’t leave out ...

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Put yourself in this picture – on a short winter break at Camber Sands

Not everyone thinks of the seaside as being particularly welcoming in the colder months. But you might be surprised at just how balmy it can be at Camber Sands, even in late autumn and early spring, and how bright, fresh and ...

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A taste of Camber Jam and Guestling Crab Apple Jelly for Dunescape guests

We’re jammin’ this week at Dunescape Camber. Which actually has little to do with Bob Marley dance moves and more to do with foraging for fruit to make the jams we put in our visitors’ welcome packs. In the unexpectedly sunny days ...

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A forager’s guide to the brilliant vintage and charity shops of Bexhill

Bexhill is justly famous for the De La Warr Pavilion, which currently has a coach hanging off its roof in homage to The Italian Job, and teetering alarmingly in the slightest breeze. The DLW is great, but Bexhill ought also to ...

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Camber Sands beach house available for short lets

Dunescape, our eco holiday home right by the dunes in Camber, is booking up fast for winter weekends. It sleeps up to six and prices start from only £100 a night. Currently there is still availability for weekends in November and December. And, midweek,  ...

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