Dunescape: Camber Sands beach house

Welcome to Dunescape, a contemporary boutique-style eco holiday home to let in Camber Sands near Rye, East Sussex. Right next to the beach, this deluxe self-catering accommodation in South East England provides the perfect holiday retreat. The fresh, open, and stylish design of our beach house makes you feel relaxed and in the holiday mood from the minute you walk through the door.
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Dunescape is an eco-home finished in contemporary style right next to the dunes and beach at Camber Sands. The property is arranged over three floors, has two bedrooms, and sleeps up to six people.    It was built in 2007. Solar power provides hot water throughout the summer, geothermal heat from the ground keeps the house snug during the winter, and a grass roof soaks up the rain and minimises the visual impact of the development.

Dunescape is an eco-home finished in contemporary style right next to the dunes and beach at Camber Sands. The property is arranged over three floors, has two bedrooms, and sleeps up to six people. It was built in 2007. Solar power provides hot water throughout the summer, geothermal heat from the ground keeps the house snug during the winter, and a grass roof soaks up the rain and minimises the visual impact of the development.

Glass art from Camber Lights, featuring driftwood from #CamberSands beach

Glass art from Camber Lights, featuring driftwood from #CamberSands beach

Glass art from Camber Lights, featuring shells and driftwood from #CamberSands beach

Glass art from Camber Lights, featuring shells and driftwood from #CamberSands beach

The BBC is shooting EF Benson's Mapp and Lucia in Rye, guests at Dunescape will find the books on the bookshelf

The BBC is shooting EF Benson's Mapp and Lucia in Rye, guests at Dunescape will find the books on the bookshelf

The enormous master bedroom features a king-sized bed made from reclaimed timber from Rye Harbour. It has a decadently comfortable posture-paedic mattress and soft organic cotton bed linen. A single futon is also available to turn this into a family room.    Floor-to-ceiling windows lead out onto a balcony where you can enjoy the spectacular Camber sunsets.

The enormous master bedroom features a king-sized bed made from reclaimed timber from Rye Harbour. It has a decadently comfortable posture-paedic mattress and soft organic cotton bed linen. A single futon is also available to turn this into a family room. Floor-to-ceiling windows lead out onto a balcony where you can enjoy the spectacular Camber sunsets.

Floor-to-ceiling glass doors lead through to the large west-facing deck which catches the afternoon and evening sun. An outdoor dining set is provided Easter to October, as are large potted plants to provide lush greenery and a modicum of privacy. On the patio  below is a cold water shower to rinse off the sand after a hard day on the beach.

Floor-to-ceiling glass doors lead through to the large west-facing deck which catches the afternoon and evening sun. An outdoor dining set is provided Easter to October, as are large potted plants to provide lush greenery and a modicum of privacy. On the patio below is a cold water shower to rinse off the sand after a hard day on the beach.

Dunescape is part of Royal William Square, a small beach-house development by Knox Bhavan Architects (KBA). The practice is renowned for its elegant, eco-friendly modern buildings. KBA say of their approach:  “The question always asked by KBA is ‘What makes good design?’ What makes a building? In answering this question KBA strive to make buildings that are both functional and a delight to occupy. Their buildings celebrate light and space, materials and colour, function and flexibility.”

Dunescape is part of Royal William Square, a small beach-house development by Knox Bhavan Architects (KBA). The practice is renowned for its elegant, eco-friendly modern buildings. KBA say of their approach: “The question always asked by KBA is ‘What makes good design?’ What makes a building? In answering this question KBA strive to make buildings that are both functional and a delight to occupy. Their buildings celebrate light and space, materials and colour, function and flexibility.”

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