Self-catering holiday cottages in Sussex

With its seafront promenades, sandy beaches, and remarkable history, there’s so much to discover on a holiday in Sussex.

The South Downs are a joy to visit at any time of year, and the beach at Birling Gap is the perfect place to surf or enjoy a summer picnic.

Quirky Brighton is one of the county’s most popular destinations, while history buffs should head to Hastings, site of one of the most famous battles in British history.

The exterior of Saxon Cottage, Steyning, Sussex

Saxon Cottage, Steyning 

Built during the reign of Mary Tudor, this cottage has plenty of its original character, combined with the modern luxuries of self-catering. Within striking distance of historic Steyning high street, Saxon Cottage enjoys a central location in a beautiful setting. Steyning is one of the most beautiful towns in Sussex, and reassuringly close to the rural landscape of the South Downs.

The exterior of Standen House, East Grinstead, West Sussex

The Morris Apartment, East Grinstead 

William Morris was the inspiration for the interior design of this cosy apartment near East Grinstead. Small, but perfectly formed, this self-catering apartment is a great spot from which to explore the area, an interesting part of Sussex that borders both Surrey and Kent.

The exterior of Woodlands Cottage, nr Haywards Heath, West Sussex

Woodlands Cottage, Nr Haywards Heath 

Nestled at the centre of Nymans Woods, within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Woodlands Cottage is the perfect place to get away from it all. Surrounded by trees and waterways, this self-catering cottage is well-placed for gentle walks, or even a spot of fishing.

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