The local area has something to offer everyone. With golf, fishing, and a variety of watersports just moments away those looking for an activity holiday are well provided for. There are also cycle routes and many good walks from the cottage. More information on cycle routes and walking is provided in the cottage.
If you are a bird watcher or wildlife enthusiast you will not be disappointed! Rye harbour nature reserve is on the doorstep and there is an abundance of wildlife in the area. From the back of the cottage, the marshes are a designated SSSI [site of special scientific interest] and there are a number of protected species that inhabit the marshes including water voles and the great crested newt.
If history is your interest there is enough to occupy you during your stay. With many fine castles and houses in both Sussex and Kent to visit. Rye is just 3.5 miles away and is a stunningly beautiful example of a medieaval town with its cobbled streets and centuries old buildings.
Marsh View Cottage is in a lovely location, sandwiched between one of the UKs finest beaches just 400 metres away to the front - the sand dunes can be seen from the front of the cottage, and with protected marsh land to the rear, you will be assured of no shortage of things to see and do.When you're hungry, there's something for everyone from fish and chips to some great local pubs and restaurants in walking distance and also in Rye, Winchelsea, Tenterden to name just a few. If you're cooking yourself, there's amazing local produce including fresh fish straight off the Rye fishing boats, award-winning wine and Romney Marsh lamb.
Camber Sands beach was voted number 9 of the 100 Best Beaches in the World by The Sunday Times Travel Magazine.The beach is miles of golden sands enclosed by picturesque dunes. Easily accessible from London(,less than two hour's drive) and close to Dover and Ashford International Station for international links. The unspoilt beauty of the beach as well as its sheer size have made it a popular location for many. The clean and shallow pools left at low tide makes it ideal for children.
The village of Camber has a couple of pubs including The Gallivants restaurant, bar and grill offering a range of delicious dishes made from local, free range and organic ingredients. The Green Owl also guests a further dining option within a few minutes stroll of the house. The delightful,picturesque, medieval town of Rye (less than 4 miles from Camber) offers an excellent selection of shops,pubs, cafés and restaurants. Alternatively buy and barbecue your own fresh seafood! There are three restaurants in walking distance of the cottage
The cottage has many nearby attractions to visit, offering something for all ages.Being on the borders with Kent opens up many attractions to visit there too. Otherwise known as The Garden of England, Kent, like Sussex is steeped in history and Marsh View Cottage has tourist information for both counties.
East Sussex is a fascinating mix of sleek city pleasures, laid-back beach life and unspoilt countryside. It is historic, wild and sophisticated, exotic and traditional, all at the same time
There are wide open spaces from the beaches and cliff tops of the coast to the chalk hills and meadows of the South Downs. There are narrow cobbled alleyways and elegant Regency squares, along with medieval cottages and fairytale castles. The mixture of glorious gardens, picturesque old villages, stylish bars and restaurants and fun nightlife are what makes East Sussex such a special place. It is here where you can relive a Norman battle, visit an Indian-style royal palace, go llama trekking, find a 69m long chalk man on a hillside and dine on a 1920's Golden Arrow steam train, and all in the space of a day.
Over a thousand years of history have formed the county of East Sussex with its green fields having been the sites of many great battles. East Sussex is studded with castles. Hastings Castle was built in 1066 straight after the invasion on top of the cliff that now overlooks Hastings Old Town. It was rebuilt in stone in 1070 as the first permanent Norman castle in the country.