Just spent a week at Winchelsea Sands caravan park and visited this beach several times. Spotted the bunnies in Dogs Hill Road. Walked up to the Mary Stanford Life Boat Hut. Lovely walks even if it is just to find shells.
Husband and I spent three days in Rye last week in a surprising September heatwave. As well as the delights of the gorgeous medieval town we wanted to get out on the beach. Camber was fine, but busy and actually quite expensive to park. We much preferred Winchelsea beach, not least because of the free parking on the side of... 更多
Winchelsea Beach is, as my heading states, a beach for all the family. It has large areas of clean sand, where ball games can be played and children can run safely. It has shingle which is far easier to have a picnic upon than free blowing sand, the water is as clean as anywhere and the tide is only strong... 更多
Less busy than Camber and not a sand beach but less busy and you can just park on side of road ,go up steps and there you are on the beach! Great for walking . Good co op supermarket that's got a great selection and The Ship Inn has lovely food and a great garden.
Excellent, beach lovely, playground good for kids, field great for dogs, toilets and a convenience store. Don't tell too many people as it needs to remain a quiet end of the beach
Called in while we were in the area - not to sit on the beach but to take a break. As others say it is pebbled- when we were there the tide was in so there was no sign of sand. Take the advice of others who spent more time there than we did. Enjoyable but not exciting for us.