Holiday Cottages East Sussex

East Sussex is famous equally for the rich heritage of its historical significance and its buzzing coastal towns and seaside resorts; towns such as Hastings and Hove offer captivating days out for the whole family, where Brighton has a range of coastal activities for those more wild at heart. Holiday cottages in East Sussex are a great way to experience the diversity of this fascinating county, you can design your holiday around what you wish to experience and not what time the hotel serves their meals.

Self Catering East Sussex

There are many self catering holiday cottages to choose from with features to suit every requirement. If you are looking to take the kids on an adventure holiday exploring the coastal activities or if you are a group of friends looking for cost effective accommodation in East Sussex, holiday cottages have something for you. Holidaymakers in the UK are choosing self catering accommodation more and more, perhaps because of the money saving potential. Try some of the local markets and cook up a storm with local fresh produce, all with self catering in East Sussex.

East Sussex Accommodation

You can choose from a broad range of locations for your East Sussex accommodation. Lewes, Denton and Hamley all have their own unique character and self catering accommodation is available across the entire county, so whatever your idea of a holiday is, you can find exactly the right accommodation. If you are a couple looking to see the sights in Brighton then retreat to an intimate cottage tucked away in the East Sussex countryside then self catering accommodation has something for you. Have your holiday the way you desire with holiday cottages.

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East Sussex
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The East Sussex coastline, characterized by its white cliffs and sand and pebble beaches, stretches from the small historical town of Rye in the east all the way to the bustling city of Brighton and Hove in the west. Inland, the county’s landscape is defined by the South Downs chalk hills, creating stunning valleys and ridges that run across the countryside. With miles of seaside resorts, countless scenic towns and villages, a wide variety of historical sites, and numerous open farms and country estates, East Sussex offers an incredible array of attractions, activities and pursuits to keep your family entertained during your stay in the county.

Places to go in East Sussex

For a memorable family day out there is no better place to start than at Battle Abbey, set on the site of the 1066 Battle of Hastings, one of the most famous dates in English history. Just along the coast in Eastbourne is the Redoubt Fortress, another must-see historical site. The Redoubt was built in the 19th Century to defend against the threat of an invasion by France’s Napoleon. After a hard day of historical sightseeing, you will definitely want to take a trip to one of East Sussex’s famous seaside resorts, and whether you opt for a smaller town such as Bexhill or the bright lights of Brighton and Hove, you will be guaranteed the quintessential English seaside experience. Paddle in the sea, wander down the promenade and eat an ice-cream on the pier. For a break away from the coast, the many open farms across the county are a great family day out. You should check out Middle Farm, Blackberry Farm and Heaven Farm – they are all working family farms with shops and restaurants.

Our Top Picks in East Sussex

We want you to enjoy the best that East Sussex has to offer and so here's a selection of our favourite things to see and do;

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St. Clements Caves

Smuggling is an important part of the rich history of East Sussex and nowhere can you experience the danger and excitement of the smuggler’s life better than at the Smugglers Adventure, a centre for the history of smuggling on the south coast of England. You’ll be guided through the St. Clements Caves by “Hairy Jack” and learn about smuggling with the help of interactive activities, dozens of life-sized figures, dramatic lighting and eerie sounds.

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Brighton Marina

A night out in Brighton and Hove is almost obligatory on a trip to East Sussex. The city is one of the UK’s cultural hubs and there is no better place to sample what’s on offer than at the Brighton Marina. It is more than somewhere simply to moor your boat. The marina is an all-in-one entertainment destination with shops, restaurants, a cinema, bowling, a casino – you name it and you’ll probably find it here.

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Ashdown Forest - Winnie the Pooh

No matter how old you are everyone has a special place in their hearts for that lovable little bear and his band of friends. Take the opportunity while you’re in East Sussex to visit Winnie the Pooh’s home in Ashdown Forest, where you can actually find Pooh Corner and the Pooh Sticks bridge. There are mapped walks that will guide you past some of the sites of Pooh’s adventures, and there are some nice picnic spots along the way. Don’t forget to bring some honey!

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