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Remote, wild and unspoilt, Climping is a natural haven on the built-up coast between Bognor Regis and Brighton.
Pebbly at high tide, vast and sandy at low tide, it is good for swimming and dog-walking.
Formerly a dowdy Sixties motel, The Place at the Beach (01797 225057; was reinvented in 2003 as a hip restaurant with rooms, bringing a bit of panache to down-at-heel Camber Sands; new owners took over in 2009 and are gradually updating the decor again. The George in Rye (01797 222114; a 16th-century coaching inn, successfully combines historic and contemporary features, with beamed ceilings, Farrow & Ball paint and Frette linens. Built by brewing magnate Sir Walter Guinness, Bailiffscourt Hotel (01903 723511; is a lavish Thirties faux-medieval mansion.
Some rooms are in thatched cottages dotted among 30 acres of parkland leading to Climping beach.
Shaking off its caravan-park image, Camber Sands has made a comeback, fuelled by fashion shoots, music festivals and the opening of The Place, a boutique hotel and brasserie.
The raw ingredients have always been first-class: seven magnificent miles of sand and mountainous dunes.
Un-like most of the other hotels in Rye, we are not only situated in the heart of the Citadel along side cobbled streets and crooked cottages, but we also have outstanding views of Quayside, Romney Marsh, Camber Castle and the sea.Drusilla Park (01323 874100; is a highly entertaining zoo specialising in animals of Lilliputian proportions and exotic origin, from monkeys to meerkats.Children can walk through Lemurland, or take a Thomas the Tank Engine ride through a llama paddock.For the last six years we have been voted the No 1 hotel in Rye on Trip Advisor for hotels in Rye and top five in East Sussex thanks to all the great guest comments we have received.Welcome to The Hope Anchor Hotel and if you are looking for a traditional Country Hotel in Rye, please take a look at what our hotel can offer you.