Something’s landing in Camber


Last year Rye News featured an article, Camber beer, a taste of summer, when owner Andrew Dumas spoke about plans in the pipeline at that point for a shop and bar at some future date.

Well, the wait is over, as the team behind Camber Beer are opening a shop and bar in Camber. The Camber Landing at 67 Lydd Road, Camber, TN31 7RS is set to open its doors on Saturday, April 29, bringing a fresh and exciting retail, coffee and bar experience to the area.

The end is in sight for the internal renovations.

Located just a stone’s throw away from the sea, the Camber Landing is the newest addition to the vibrant beach community of Camber Sands. By day, the shop offers Allpress coffee, breads & pastries, deli items and curated beach goods by Rae; by night Camber Beer, natural wine, good music and bi-weekly food-trucks. Beach-goers, remote workers and friend-gatherings are welcome from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week!

Owner Andrew Dumas commented: “Our goal for the Landing is a space for locals and holiday makers to enjoy both day and night, where kids and dogs can roam free. We have created a full calendar of summer events, including food trucks, beach cleans, farm stand pop-ups and plenty more.”

Made for summer.

Inside the Landing, customers will find a modern and inviting space, complete with comfy seating and a welcoming beachy atmosphere. From Alexa Shaw, founder of Rae in Rye: “We are really excited to bring a taste of Rae to the Camber community, as the beach and sea are such a big influence on us. Expect a selection of our natural beachy textiles and homeware goods alongside our signature coffee and buns, as well as an expanded deli selection. We cannot wait to open the doors on the 29th for a long beachy summer ahead.”

Keep an eye on the @camber.landing Instagram feed for the latest info. Why not drop by and check out the Camber Landing this summer?

Image Credits: Andrew Dumas , Will Marsh .

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  1. Very excited for the new addition to the Camber community. I’ll be first in line for a cold beer! Congrats to the Camber Beer and Rae teams.

  2. Good luck to Camber Beer, such entrepreneurs are needed in the area. Camber is such a wasted opportunity. It needs more places to stay at the level of The Gallivant, and decent places to eat. It’s our own mini Montauk sitting on our doorstep, yet it looks neglected and uninviting.


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