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Here is what Condé Nast Traveler had to say about their stay at loma beach house;
Driving down the bumpy track to Loma Beach House brings a buzz of seaside anticipation, brought on by the salty breeze and the sweeping scrunch of sand under the tyres. This typical Fifties beach house has been transformed by former fashion stylist Gigi Sutherland and her partner, Matt Sellers, into an eco-friendly, Scandi-inspired hideaway, full of treasures bought from local antiques dealers.
Roll out of bed and down the dunes and you're on Camber Sands, a huge expanse of uninterrupted white sand. East is the headland of Dungeness, where you should hunt out the Fish Hut (get there early for a seafood bap - it sells out for a reason), and to the west is a footpath to medieval Rye, a cobbled warren of small boutiques, old-fashioned sweet shops and well-loved pubs. Gastro-bistro The Gallivant in Camber is also worth a visit, if only for a hot chocolate after a blowy walk on the beach.
But the real joy of the house is that it's made for hunkering down. In the open-plan living space, cowhides soften polished concrete floors and a children's swing hangs from the ceiling.
The kitchen space is industrial-looking, with a dining table made from scaffolding boards. There's a pizza oven out on the decking, and Gigi leaves all the ingredients (and a recipe) for making Margheritas from scratch.