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The Beach Hut

Camber, East Sussex, England

The Beach Hut in Camber, East Sussex, England
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About The Beach Hut

Less than 3 miles from Rye, The Beach Hut features a self-catering chalet with an indoor pool (available from April to October) and BBQ facilities. Local activities include fishing, windsurfing and water sports, only during the summer season. The Beach Hut is located in Park Resorts which is their Flagship resort in Camber Sands. Tucked away from all the caravans in a lovely peaceful area of the park but very close to all the facilities and with a large green infront facing the wind turbines in the distance. The beach hut is about a 8-minute walk to the entrance which is directly opposite the award winning beach. The two-bedroom chalet offers a living room with parquet floor, flat-screen TV and dining area, a fully equipped kitchen with stove, microwave and oven and garden views. The bathroom is fitted with a shower. Guests can go golfing at Rye Golf Club, 1.8 miles away or go and explore the Dungeness National Nature Reserve, 7 miles away. Hastings is 17 miles away, while Folkestone is 22 miles away.


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