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Luxury Bed & Breakfast in or near Camber

Camber is a seaside village in East Sussex situated behind sand dunes and not far from Rye. It is a holiday resort with several caravan sites. Nearby is the site of special scientific interest known as Romney Marsh, Dungeness and Rye Bay. Camber Castle which was built by Henry VIII is open to the public in the summer months from July to Septemeber. Luxury B&Bs in or near Camber The Old Vicarage at Rye Harbour and Saltcote Place Rye are listed below.
5 Results In Or Near Camber
1.5 miles from centre of Camber
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The Old Vicarage can be found in the village of Rye Harbour, 2 miles south of the ancient Cinque Port of Rye. It is this short distance that helps The Old Vicarage capture the calm feeling of peace and quiet. Standing prominently right on the edge of the Rye Harbour Nature Reserve The Old Vicarage offers the perfect opportunity to get away from it all and completely relax in the warm and friendly atmosphere. With just three rooms you can be sure to receive exactly the service you are seeking...
3.1 miles from centre of Camber
Offering romantic, quiet and relaxed mature breaks, with plenty of space to enjoy time with perhaps one's partner and family. Saltcote has fortunately been the top-rated venue in the area for many years. The very kind reviews from previous guests are appreciated, and many guests have returned frequently.
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4.6 miles from centre of Camber
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Beckets Barn is a luxury eco-friendly B and B in the 'lost' village of Fairfield on Romney Marsh. In an extremely quiet and peaceful location but close to Rye and Camber, guests can relax, swim in the indoor pool or enjoy walks and cycling straight from the barn.
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6.7 miles from centre of Camber
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Stream House B&B is in an area of outstanding natural beauty in East Sussex, midway between Hastings and Rye. The grounds are perfect for garden lovers and the
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12.3 miles from centre of Camber
Hookstead House is a restored and renovated building dating back to the mid sixteenth century. There is a wealth of beams and original features giving a warm and welcoming ambience. Hookstead started life as a cottage in 1560 and over the next centuries, was developed into a large farmhouse, finally having a Victorian wing added in the early 1900's. Within the gardens and grounds is an original coach house and it is hoped that it will also be renovated over the next few years. You can feel th...
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