Cottages in Sussex
Lively resorts, peaceful retreats and luxury cottages in the South Downs.
Our self-catering luxury cottages in Sussex will offer you a UK break with a difference!
We have a range of Sussex holiday cottages along the Sussex downs, ideal for nature lovers. During your stay explore the beautiful surroundings and enjoy walking, bird watching, horse riding, cycling or even canoeing. We have a selection of pet friendly cottages in Sussex too, so bring the dogs too. Explore the 1066 country, with its vast history, visit the site of the Battle of Hastings, the old Cinque Port of Rye and nearby historic Bexhill.
How about a holiday cottage in Sussex by the sea? Take a look at our Coastal Sussex Cottages – Here are some of the more famous Sussex destinations: Camber Sands, Rye, Winchelsea, Chichester, Lewes and Hastings, to mention a few. Time by the beach is always a treat. And let's not forget Brighton, the bustling cosmopolitan city by the beach, here's our Brighton sussex cottages all within walking distance of the wonderful city. Discover and explore a new city or town in Sussex for your next break away.
Sussex Cottage rentals with something extra? Have a look at our large holiday homes in Sussex or maybe Sussex Cottages to rent with hot tubs. We even have Sussex Holiday homes with pools, the opportunities are endless.
East Sussex holiday cottages, famous seaside resort of Hastings, historic Old Town area and the award winning Jerwood Gallery, choose your Sussex Cottage break and experience this lovely seaside town. The Ashdown Forest is an area of open heathland and woodland on the highest sandy ridge-top of the High Weald with over 10 square miles of open access land. The Ashdown Forest was the Hundred Acre Wood inspiration for A.A. Milne's Winnie-the-pooh stories. If you'd like a luxury cottage in East Sussex then look no further!
West Sussex, with its beautiful landscapes and friendly country pubs, find your cottage escape in Sussex with Mulberry Cottages. Enjoy!
Goodwood Festival of Speed, 12-15 July - why not stay in one of our properties whilst attending this amazing event! Celebrating the event's 25th anniversary, the Duke of Richmond (formerly Lord March) will choose his 25 favourite moments from the first 25 events - personal highlights which, in very different ways, have been landmarks in the Festival's history and will be cornerstones of this year’s event, alongside the usual gathering of extraordinary vehicles from the dawn of motoring to the present day and beyond.