Need To Know
18, including one suite.
11am, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm.
Double rooms from $207.39 (£125), excluding tax at 20 per cent. ⓘ
Rates include a two-course (Continental and English) breakfast.
The chef runs regular cookery classes: go along with him to meet a supplier and watch what he does with the produce. You’ll then be able to eat it, too. There are boat-to-plate, field-to-plate and shoot-to-plate options on offer. What’s more, guests get a discount.
At the hotel
Library of books and DVDs, windsurfing and kitesurfing equipment hire, and free WiFi throughout. In rooms, flatscreen TV, DVD player and the White Company bath products.
Our favourite rooms
Go for a beachy and breezy blue-and-white Beach Hut Suite for the most cat-swinging most space. They have white wooden floors, handmade feather sofas and a very wide bed, as well as their own patch of the motel-style decking outside. Fans of a good bed need look no further than a Double – each comes with a king-size number made from recycled wood.
Blue, white and beige to blend in with your coastal surrounds; beach-proof shoes suited to a hilly ramble.
Dogs are welcome in the rooms outside of the main building; just make sure they’re as friendly as Camber, the owner’s dog – he has a penchant for licking.
Extra beds are £20. Under-12s can dine in the restaurant between 6pm and 6.30pm. The hotel has a list of reliable local babysitters for guests to contact independently.
Dogs are allowed in the Biggest Rooms but mucky paws on the furnishings are frowned upon. Dog bowls and baskets can be supplied on request and no pets are allowed in the Bistro.
Almost all (95 per cent) kitchen ingredients are sourced within 20 miles of the hotel, making its food miles pretty negligible. And all the furniture was made by a local wood-recycling business.