Holiday Cottages in Sussex

Our 100-plus properties in Sussex are a wonderful combination of coastal and countryside, ancient and modern, spacious and cosy (our largest property sleeps 14). And half of our properties are pet-friendly.

Whether you fancy a trendy flat in the heart of Brighton, or a country cottage in the midst of the South Downs, we have the perfect self-catering holiday home for you.
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East Sussex Holidays

With its vibrant nightlife, unique shopping experiences and traditional seaside attractions, such as the famed Brighton Pier, Brighton is rightfully considered to be one of the UK’s most popular holiday resorts. The city is home to an intriguing range of independent shops and eateries, and a walk through the Laines, with their vintage clothing stores, interesting cafés and jewellery stalls, is a must. A self-catering stay in a trendy seaside apartment is the ideal way to explore everything Brighton has to offer, so be sure to browse through our exclusive properties and get ready for a one-of-a-kind coastal break!

Rye is full of ancient buildings, art galleries, quaint shops and cosy pubs, and it used to be a port. Over the centuries the sea has retreated. Leaving Rye, nowadays, two miles from the coast - but coastal walks and views are never far away. It’s an area steeped in history and the perfect destination for a traditional holiday cottage that offers original features and modern conveniences. Close by are Hastings and Battle, where you can visit Battle Abbey and the iconic battlefields. A pebble’s throw away is Camber Sands; with so many Sussex beaches of the shingly variety, these golden sands are a joy for the toes.

Eastbourne is another lovely seaside town, with wonderful walks along the cliff paths between Birling Gap and Beachy Head. There’s an excellent pier, all manner of opportunities to get out on the water, plus many fantastic pubs, cafes and restaurants.

But the sea is only one of Sussex’s many enticements. If you’re a fan of all things vintage and steam-driven, you’ll love the Bluebell Railway at Uckfield, where you can ride a train, enjoy afternoon tea or a full three course meal. For extra culture, explore the National Trust’s Sheffield Park.

Close by is the village of Hartfield and the Ashdown Forest, home to Winnie the Pooh. Children of all ages can take a ‘Pooh Walk’ through the forest, look for heffalumps, play Pooh sticks on the bridge and visit Pooh Corner in the village.

The charm and history continues in West Sussex…

Arundel’s focal point is its 11th century castle, but the cathedral is also a gem. And be sure to check out the colourful and quirky LG Café and its astonishing cakes and bakes.

Chichester is awash with historical attractions, from the cathedral to Fishbourne Roman Palace. Take an alpaca for a walk at Dunreyth Park or explore West Dean Gardens or Bishop’s Palace Gardens. There’s an abundance of museums too – worth remembering on damp days.

The South Downs are the crown of East and West Sussex and home to an array of interesting wildlife. Look for deer and barn owls in Petworth Park, or experience the unique bird- and sea-life of the Cuckmere River and Cuckmere Haven. It’s easy enough to ditch the car too: Ditchling Beacon is ideal for cycling, while hikers love the Devil’s Dyke.



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