Cottage Holidays in Pease Pottage, Sussex, England
Explore West Sussex from Pease Pottage: Pease Pottage (sometimes referred to as Peas Pottage) is a small village in West Sussex. Its unusual name originates from the old name for pease pudding. Being close to the town of Crawley, it’s an excellent place in which to enjoy a cottage holiday, both for exploring this part of rural Sussex and for urban amenities nearby. National Trust-owned Nymans Gardens is just two miles away. This offers a full day out with picnic spaces, children’s activities, changing exhibitions and walking trails in the beautiful gardens and woods. You can also discover the fascinating ruins of the unusual house in the grounds. Crawley offers shopping at County Mall, in the centre of the town, with high street stores, a food court and a soft play area. For movies, tenpin bowling and various restaurants, go to Crawley Leisure Park. Local history and exhibitions at Crawley Museum include a Victorian kitchen and a shoemaker’s workshop. For more days out in the countryside, the beautiful South Downs National Park is only around 15 miles away.