Great drives: Rolls-Royce Wraith Black Badge in East Sussex and Kent
Ah, the British summertime seaside holiday. Nowadays, this is roughly split into two camps: your posh bucket-and-spade break, and your traditional beach holiday. The first involves six-bedroom coastal houses, hired for three generations, with private cinemas and expensive kitchens, in places like The Witterings, Salcombe and Wells-next-the-Sea.
The latter takes place in coastal areas such as Camber Sands. Look up this golden stretch of sand near Rye, in East Sussex, on the AA Route Map and it says, ominously, "Holiday Centre".
Pontins lines the bay, with its bungalows, crazy golf and static caravans. However, Camber Sands forms the base for our weekend drive this week for two reasons: first, before you hit the Pontins gates, you’ll find a renovated motel, The Gallivant, which is just the sort of hotel posh beach-breakers look for, with a good chef and excellent wine list; and second, the…