Camber Watch House

East Sussex

Camber Watch House

Camber Watch House, East Sussex

This light, bright, beautiful beach house is available to rent again. Family friendly versatile accommodation, perfect for 3 couples or 3 families, that can sleep up to 12 in its 4 bedrooms, all with sea views.Large patio and garden with direct access to the foreshore, perfect for outside living and enjoying the amazing beach at Camber Sands.

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