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Price and Availability Index in Camber
Vacation Rental Price Information in Camber
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months in Camber. Vacation rental prices are the highest in December (12/28 - 1/4). In November (11/16 - 11/23), prices will hit an average low of $176 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Camber
Find out the percentage of available rentals in Camber with the graph above. It is in July that you will find the week with the least available rentals (7/27 - 8/3). It is easier to find a rental in a week of November (11/16 - 11/23), as only 7% of the accommodations are booked.
The Weather in Camber
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. In the next 6 months, August will have higher average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 39° in Camber in February. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is March.
Vacation cottages in England's historic Camber
One of Britain's most historically fascinating areas, Camber has been the landing point for people arriving to these shores for many centuries. Come here to get in touch with the roots of Britishness, relax amongst the natural beauty, and soak up the lively culture.
Where to eat in Camber
To soak up Camber's atmosphere, head to the Dunes Bar & Restaurant, where you can choose from locally-brewed ales, or savour a meal. Expect hearty British fare and an impressive steak menu. For a gourmet dining experience, The Gallivant cannot be beaten. Amongst the tempting selection of refined dishes, the pan-seared scallops and breast of partridge are two favourites. Of course, being by the sea means that Camber has no shortage of seriously fresh seafood. Do as the locals do and grab a bag of fish and chips to go, and devour on the beach.
Camber with the kids
Children will be caught up in the array of water sports to be tried in Camber. Rye Watersports is one of the best centres, with highly experienced trainers and state-of-the-art equipment. The Kitesurf Center is your go-to for this popular sport, offering excellent instruction for children of all ages and abilities.
This imposing castle was built by King Henry VIII in the early 16th century. Designed to guard the Port of Rye, it is an atmospheric place to explore. The guided walks, which cover Rye Harbour Nature Reserve too, are highly informative.
This beach by the village of Camber stretches east past Rye Bay to the Kent border. Camber Sands is also popular for kite surfing and kite buggying due to the favourably windy conditions. This distinctive and scientifically significant landscape has also featured in numerous films.
Rye Castle, otherwise known as Ypres tower, was erected in 1249 at a time when tension with the French was intensifying and war loomed. It also houses part of the fascinating Castle Museum, where you'll find a number of medieval artefacts, including pottery and embroidery depicting scenes from the region's history.
Rye Harbour Nature Reserve
One of the most important conservation sites in Britain, this protected wetland is internationally renowned. Guided walks will point out the miraculous variety of coastal habitats and inhabitants, including innumerable varieties of bird.
A headland and one of the world's longest shingle beaches, Dungeness is located in the Romney Marsh area of Kent. A conservation area with a two nuclear power stations, one of which still functions, it exudes an otherworldly charm, due to its expanse and several derelict structures.
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