The undiscovered getaway haven that epitomizes the great English seaside

The undiscovered getaway haven that epitomizes the great English seaside

Hundreds of square miles of protected nature reserves and wild shingle foreshore with a 7 mile stretch of white sand…

The Place at the Beach hotel and brasserie in Camber leaves no doubt that you are beside the seaside - The English Seaside - Reinvented.


The Place at the Beach is building a reputation amongst those in the know for the high quality of both the food in the restaurant and the service and comfort of the hotel, under the careful guidance of General Manager, Tudor Hopkins. It must be something special for Tudor, previously GM at a number of central London Boutique Hotels, to decamp from the city and set up shop. It’s a home from home and nothing is too much trouble here – from recommending and booking local activities such as golf, kite surfing and water sports to cooking up something that’s not on the menu.

The Place at the Beach’s brasserie offers an innovative, seasonal menu boasting local ingredients sourced from within 30 miles from the hotel whenever possible. With Austin Gould as Head Chef, the brasserie presents simply prepared food in order to allow the top notch ingredients to speak for themselves – highlights include locally Smoked Haddock for breakfast to Rye Bay Scallops and the best fish pie in town for supper, with a great value kids menus available.

It’s also perfect for families, dog friendly and provides a unique venue for corporate away days with a difference or the ultimate, unique seaside wedding venue.  Or, for an exhilarating, adrenalin filled bank holiday, head to the beach to try your hand at kite surfing or kite buggying in the kite surfing capital of the south.

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The Place at The Beach is the jewel in the crown of Camber Sands, offering the perfect escape for the beach loving urban bohemian. Appealingly retro, The Place combines shaker style interiors with a chilled atmosphere, sure to hit the spot.