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33 Whitesand Drive
East Sussex
TN31 7SJ

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The cottage is ideally located for access to the ancient Cinque Port towns of Rye and Winchelsea or Dungeness and Rye Harbour nature reserves. It is about an hour from Brighton and an hour and a half from South London. There is good accessibility by car, train or bus.

There is a covered car port with bike rack and wetsuit drying rack, additional visitor parking as well as public parking is also available.
*We recommend that you follow the directions once in Camber rather than relying on Sat Nav devices.


By Car

From Central London, Ashford or Maidstone

Following directions to M25, then along the M20 East for 35 miles (if approaching from Maidstone, join the M20 at junction 8 ) until you reach Ashford at Junction 10, exit here.

From Ashford

At the roundabout, take the 4th exit onto A2070/Bad Munstereifel Rd heading to Brenzett. At the first roundabout go straight

Follow the A2070 for 15.5 miles. After passing over a level crossing, there will be an exit to the left in 200 yards (Camber Road) signed to Camber.

Continue to follow ‘Final Stages’ directions below.

From Brighton, Eastbourne or Hastings

Follow the A27 around Lewes, through Eastbourne for 20 miles, it will merge with the A259 directed to Bexhill and Hastings, take this road. Continue along the A259 for 25 miles around Hastings and through Rye. As exiting Rye continue on the A259 / New Road, follow the 1 mile straight and take the right turn signed to Camber (Camber Road).
Continue to follow ‘Final Stages’ directions below.

From Sevenoaks, Tonbridge or Tunbridge Wells

Follow the A225 for 2.5 miles to the A21, continue onto the A21 and follow through 4 roundabouts for 18.9 miles. When approaching the traffic lights and cross road at Flimwell, turn left on A268/ Hawkhurst Road. Follow for 8.8 miles passing through Hawkhurst and Sandhurst. After crossing over the River Rother and railway take the next left onto the A268/ Whitbread Lane sign posted to Rye and continue for 7.6 miles into Rye. At the mini roundabout take the 1st exit onto A259/ New Road and follow the straight road for 1 mile, take the right turn signed to Camber (Camber Road).
Continue to follow ‘Final Stages’ directions below.

Final stages

Follow Camber Road for 1.5 miles passing lakes on both the left and right. As you enter Camber Village there will be a Hotel (Gallivant) on the left, 100m after that turn left at the mini roundabout. Go straight ahead for 75m, passing Baker Way on the right and in 30 meters turn right into Linnet Close, immediately turn right and right again to arrive at the back of the house. The car port is on your right numbered 33.

Arrive to find your greetings basket.

By Train

Rye station is the nearest, you will have to travel through either Ashford or Hastings it is a very pleasant journey through the Sussex countryside. From London it is around 1 1/2 hours and 1 hour from Brighton.

From the station it is possible to get a bus, the bus stops are in front of Rye station. The bus to Camber is the 100 headingEast for Folkstone/Dover direction. The Taxi rank is just by the station and all the drivers will know the way to Camber, the journey is around 10 minutes.