The Salty Dog & Rock Lobster

East Sussex

Child-friendly cottages just a few minutes stroll from Camber Sands beach

Ideal for

Babies Toddlers Kids & pre-teens Teenagers

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From £475/week
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Relax at these family-friendly cottages and soak up the sea air on the nearby golden sands and picturesque dunes of the East Sussex coast.

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About this place

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Plan your stay

What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

  • Indoor play room Indoor play room
  • Wifi Wifi
  • Outdoor play equipment Outdoor play equipment


Eating at The Salty Dog & Rock Lobster


Eating at The Salty Dog & Rock Lobster


Eating at The Salty Dog & Rock Lobster


The Salty Dog is spread over three floors with stepped access to the deck and garden. Rock Lobster is over two floors again with stairs and stepped access to the garden.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By rail

The nearest local station is in Rye, about 10 minutes drive. Ashford International station is 20 miles (35 minutes drive) from the cottages.

By air

Gatwick Airport is just over 90 minutes drive from the cottages.

By road

The cottages are 10 minutes drive from Rye, and 30 minutes from Hastings.

About the owners


We have been visiting Camber Sands and Rye for over five decades and always look forward to coming back. Great walks, wonderful places to visit just a few miles away and, of course, the beach. Miles of it. As regular visitors to our cottages, we make sure that everything is as it should be; we also check out the best places to eat, drink and have fun and share our experiences with our guests in our guest information.

Tips from the owners

Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.

  • The beach has got to be number one; build sandcastles, hide in the dunes, play football, run, jump and explore.

  • Bodiam Castle, a moated medieval castle, is great to explore and has large grounds perfect for picnics.

  • Discover historic Rye, with its medieval buildings, tea rooms, castle and cannon garden and a very good miniature model of the town as it was in 1830.

  • Take a ride on the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway whose one third scale steam and diesel trains run between Hythe and Dungeness.

  • Explore Rye Harbour Nature Reserve, take the bikes, pop into the visitors' centre, or bird watch from the hides.