West Sussex Self-Catering Holiday Cottages

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Price from £604
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sleeps 1 - 4 guests 1 - 4
1 bedrooms 1
1 bathrooms 1
dog-friendly cottage, 1 dog(s) welcome1

1 bedroom Wooden Holiday Cabin

Planning a romantic rural retreat break in Sussex? If so a stay at this couple's cottage with its one bedroom and access to an outdoor swimming pool in the summer months could be the perfect place to take the one you love, escape to rural West Sussex where you can explore the South Downs National Park hand in hand and relax in a beautiful part of England (if required this cottage can accommodate up to 2 adults plus 2 young children aged 8 or younger).

Facilities & Features: TVFree WifiSaunaOwn swimming pool ()
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Price from £5000
sleeps 1 - 28 guests 1 - 28
14 bedrooms 14
7 bathrooms 7
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14 bedroom Large Country House

Beautiful Edwardian Country House with fine period features, beautiful gardens, outdoor heated swimming pool, two tennis courts, two croquet lawns and a squash court, all in all a very special holiday home.

Facilities & Features: TVGames roomHeated poolTennis court
* Price quoted is not inclusive of any applicable booking fees or local charges.

Choose from a stay amongst wonderful rural backdrops or a cottage break by the seaside when you stay in West Sussex. Choose one of the delightful holiday cottages, large houses or dream lodges for a stay in one of the loveliest areas on the south coast of England.  Coastal cottages make it easy to enjoy a few days on the beach or stay in a pleasantly rural spot and enjoy a varied self-catering holiday exploring West Sussex.


Why West Sussex is a good cottage holiday destination

Rent a seaside cottage in a Sussex coastal town for easy access to beaches, promenades and the sea.  There is a string of seaside towns to choose from and if you have a car, you will be free to try a new seaside resort every day. Try to book accommodation with its own private parking and your holiday by the sea will remain hassle free. Sussex is made up of West Sussex and East Sussex on the south coast of England. Many international visitors coming to England for self catering holidays arrive in Sussex as Gatwick airport is located in West Sussex, near the border with Surrey.  Sussex’s coastline is well known for the well loved seaside resorts of Bognor Regis, Brighton and Eastbourne.

Places to visit during a Sussex cottage holiday

One little known fact about Sussex is that there are a startling number of castles throughout the region, making Sussex extremely rich in English heritage.  The castles in East Sussex include Bodiam Castle, a medieval castle complete with moat and gatehouse, Hastings castle, a ruin which dates back to circa 1066, known to be the first Norman castle built in England and Pevensey Castle, another historic Norman castle.  There is also Lewes Castle which dates back nearly 1000 years and is located near the historic Anne of Cleves’ House in Lewes.  The ancient Arundel castle is located in West Sussex near Arundel and is a well preserved castle which is home to the Duke and Duchess of Norfolk.

Self-catering holidays in Brighton and Chichester, Sussex

Brighton is a smart and trendy large seaside town that is wonderful for anyone looking for lively seaside holidays with bright lights. Chichester is genteel and charming, perhaps more suited to holidaymakers who prefer a quiet seaside break. In West Sussex, Brighton is known for its attractive seafront, interesting shops and the Royal Pavilion, an unusual looking oriental palace originally built for King George IV.  The city of Chichester has a historic cathedral, many attractive historic buildings and an attractive harbour area.  Not far from Chichester is Fishbourne Roman Palace, a historic roman dwelling with many interesting mosaics.  If you enjoy visiting historic buildings there are a great number for you to see whilst on a self catering holiday in Sussex.  

If you want to spend some time relaxing on a sandy beach then head for Camber Sands, a long stretch of sandy beach with sand dunes awaits you. There are pine lodges to rent for holidays nearby.

Again, another well kept secret about Sussex is that there are a number of vineyards that you can visit and an English Wine centre.  Whether you are looking for a cottage in the country or a cottage by the sea, Sussex really does have it all.

Self catering cottages in Suffolk include coastal cottages, country cottages, luxury cottages, pet friendly cottages and romantic cottages, enjoy browsing through the self catering accommodation listed below from Country Cottages Online, UK.

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