Self Catering Accommodation and Holiday Cottages in East Sussex
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Nestled between Kent, Surrey and West Sussex, East Sussex represents one of the southernmost counties of the UK and is just an hour south of London. As the name suggests, it is part of the historic county of Sussex and is ideal for a short break or longer holiday with its pretty villages, historic towns and coastal resorts. Whether you are looking for a cosy enchanting traditional cottage in a pretty village, a romantic countryside retreat or a coastal holiday home, East Sussex’s lush and picturesque landscape is sure to please. Read More
A lovely converted pigsty that sits in an exceptionally picturesque position on a Kentish sheep farm within an AONB on the old sea cliffs of the 'Isle of Oxney'. Only ten minutes from the ancient fishing port of Rye and Tenterden, along with the golden expansive beach of Camber Sands. 4 Star.
A welcoming holiday cottage located on an exceptionally picturesque sheep farm within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the old sea cliffs of the 'Isle of Oxney', just a short drive from the medieval Cinque Port of Rye, attractive town of Tenterden and Camber Sands with its glorious golden beach. An ideal place to relax amongst stunning views and good base to explore Kent and neighbouring Sussex. 4 Star.
This delightful holiday home provides the perfect place to relax, walk, cycle and birdwatch. It is within easy distance of the historic towns of Eastbourne, Brighton, Hastings, and Royal Tunbridge Wells, nestling amongst farmland on the Pevensey Levels. 4 Star.
A charming holiday cottage situated in the heart of the East Sussex countryside, near to the village of Chiddingly (famed for its festivals with a good pub), in sight of the South Downs - ideal for couples looking for a relaxing holiday, or who want to explore the area. The Sussex coastline is within easy reach and the area offers great walking opportunities. 4 Star.
Stylish yet cosy, this delightful cottage is perfect for couples and small families and sits right in the very heart of East Sussex in a rural position close to Chiddingly village with the beautiful South Downs National Park in sight. A great place for a taste of country life and good base for exploring the many attractions of Sussex and also Kent, including the coastline.
A timber-clad holiday home ideal for friends or families, nestling in eleven acres of beautiful East Sussex countryside on the edge of Ashdown Forest. Enjoy miles of wonderful walks from the front door and numerous attractions throughout Sussex and Kent.
A well presented modern holiday homes set within 11 acres of rolling East Sussex countryside on the edge of Ashdown Forest with miles of wonderful walks on the doorstep and a vast array of great days out within easy reach. Ideal for a romantic break for two, family holiday or a weekend away with friends.
A 17th Century farmhouse nestling amongst 11 acres of beautiful East Sussex countryside on the outskirts of Ashdown Forest. Miles of walks from the front door and lots of places of interest within easy reach. Ideal for family holiday or a weekend away with friends.
Nicely situated in the heart of the East Sussex countryside near to the village of Chiddingly (with a good pub and a busy calendar of events and festivals) are three delightful holiday homes which are ideal for a relaxing holiday or exploring the area including the Sussex coastline. 4 Star.
Sitting in the High Weald of Sussex AONB, this comfy welcoming 5-star holiday cottage offers total seclusion, nestling amongst thirty acres of grounds with streams, woods and lawns for relaxing. The area offers plenty of attractions including the seaside resort of Hastings, Battle, Tunbridge Wells and Glyndebourne, excellent country walks and lots of country houses and castles to visit in Kent and Sussex. Close to the South Downs National Park. 5 Star.
Located on the southern fringe of the Ashdown Forest, this beautifully furnished holiday cottage is ideal for walkers, cyclists and horse riders and is an ideal base for exploring Sussex and Kent with their many attractions. Royal Tunbridge Wells and the coastal resorts of Eastbourne, Hastings and Brighton are within easy reach by car. 4 Star Gold.
A beautiful old barn, converted into three holiday cottages that can accommodate parties of two to five guests, close to the Sussex seaside town of Seaford. Just five minutes from the beach and the ferry to France from New Haven, and at the foot of the South Downs - a great base to explore East Sussex or for walking and cycling.
Seaside locations don't get much better than this stylish large house, perfectly placed on the beach at Normans Bay Near Pevensey in East Sussex. Whether you soak up the sea views from the comfort of the lounge or the sun lounger on the balcony, you are never more than a pebbles throw away from the beach. Eastbourne is within easy driving distance.
A spacious holiday home with outdoor heated swimming pool on the edge of the lovely East Sussex village of East Dean with village pub and shops and just three miles from the seaside resort of Eastbourne.
A spacious Victorian holiday home providing stylish self catering accommodation for large groups of 14-20 in the vibrant seaside resort of Eastbourne in East Sussex. Perfect for friends or families who want to holiday together and just 5 minures from the town centre and beach.
Annex accommodation adjoining a country house in the East Sussex village of Friston with beautiful views over the South Downs and ocean beyond. Close to Eastbourne with excellent amenities, beaches and ideal for walkers, cyclists and sea lovers.
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About East Sussex
With a diverse variety of delights, East Sussex offers numerous attractions to suit all ages and its picturesque setting makes a wonderful backdrop for enjoying a whole host of outdoor activities.
From Hove to Camber Sands, East Sussex has over 80km of coastline, with many Blue Flag beaches, taking in the popular coastal destinations of Brighton, Winchelsea, Eastbourne, Bexhill and of course Hastings to name just a few. It is the county of castles and history with relics of The Battle of Hastings mixed with medieval architecture.
Hastings is not only rich in history, but also has plenty to keep everyone happy with shops, bars, restaurants or take in a show at Hastings’ very own theatre and then visit the aquarium for a unique day out.
The golden beeches at Camber Sands, with miles of sand dunes and a fantastic sandy shoreline, are popular all year round with areas of the beach reserved for dogs. Away from the beach, the quaint historic town of Rye has much to offer. Almost suspended in time, it is rich in history and culture and its cobbled streets are packed with interesting little shops, pubs and restaurants.
Brighton, a cosmopolitan city and one of the most vibrant and fun destinations to visit in the South East, is famous for its nightlife, Regency architecture and vast array of restaurants, bars and cafes. It is a treasure trove of attractions with fantastic nightlife, superb shopping in the cobbled streets of the Lanes and traditional seaside fun with a Blue Flag pebble beach, famous Brighton Pier and promenade.
East Sussex has much to offer as a holiday destination and is full of both natural beauty and history. Whether you are looking for a traditional seaside holiday, a cultural experience, a walking holiday or some time to simply relax amongst spectacular rolling countryside, you will not be disappointed by this beautiful county.
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