Holiday cottages in Sussex, Surrey & Kent

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Sussex, Surrey & Kent

  • H712 - The Stables, Near Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex

    H712 - The Stables

    Near Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex

    Hidden away off a small, ‘no-through road, high up on the Sussex Downs, “The Stables” is a state-of-the-art barn conversion enjoying long views across fields and downland to the sea in the distance.

    Special Offer

    Special rates apply for parties of 4 or fewer - 34% off the quoted tariff.

    8 + cot
    £986-£1838 per week
  • H714 - The Old Cowshed, Nr Plaistow, West Sussex

    H714 - The Old Cowshed

    Nr Plaistow, West Sussex

    At the end of a long farm track, deep in the West Sussex countryside, The Old Cowshed stands in the grounds of an ancient, Grade II listed 17th century farmhouse - the perfect retreat for couples or a small family wishing to explore this highly attractive part of Southern England.

    2 + small child + cot
    £439-£737 per week
  • H722 - South Cottage, East Lavant, nr Chichester, West Sussex

    H722 - South Cottage

    nr Chichester, West Sussex

    Completely refurbished to a high standard, this listed, Georgian flint cottage is situated to the south side of a large 18th century country house, 2 miles from the centre of the walled cathedral city of Chichester

    Special Offer

    15% discount for all holidays ending on or before 5th September

    6 (or 5 + cot)
    £710-£1210 per week
  • H724 - The Lodge, West Wittering, West Sussex

    H724 - The Lodge

    West Wittering, West Sussex

    With its origins in the 18th century, this is an enchanting holiday cottage surrounded by its own secluded garden within the grounds of the owner's Georgian farmhouse close to the Sussex coast.

    3 (or 2 + cot)
    £513-£867 per week
  • H735 - Waters Edge Aptmt, Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex

    H735 - Waters Edge Aptmt

    Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex

    This apartment is part of a recently built, select waterside development by a stretch of the River Adur between Shoreham Harbour and the sea. Due to its location it is ideal for short-term, winter and corporate lets as well as for weekly bookings and short breaks.

    4 (or 3 + cot**)
    £474-£799 per week
  • H742 - The Creamery, Gospel Green, nr Petworth, West Sussex

    H742 - The Creamery

    nr Petworth, West Sussex

    The Creamery is an impressive oak timber clad barn which, until recently, was used for making a local cheese. It now provides high quality holiday accommodation on the borders of Surrey and Sussex.

    Special Offer

    All year - low occupancy rates apply for 4 people or fewer - 34% off the quoted tariff.

    8/10 + cot
    £986-£1691 per week
  • H744 - The Yeoman's House, Bignor, West Sussex

    H744 - The Yeoman's House

    Bignor, West Sussex

    The Yeoman’s House is a superb example of a medieval hall house in the downland village of Bignor, West Sussex, within the South Downs National Park.

    Special Offer

    All year, special rates apply for 2 people - 30% off the quoted tariff.

    6/7 + cot
    £879-£1557 per week
  • H748 - Gun Hill Cottage, Gun Hill, nr Heathfield, East Sussex

    H748 - Gun Hill Cottage

    nr Heathfield, East Sussex

    An enchanting cottage – its painted weatherboarding being typical of the area - set in a third of an acre of garden and located in the Low Weald of East Sussex

    5 + cot
    £607-£1027 per week
  • H752 - Granary Cottage, Frant, nr Tunbridge Wells, East Sussex

    H752 - Granary Cottage

    nr Tunbridge Wells, East Sussex

    Cleverly converted from a former farm building, Granary Cottage provides stylish, accommodation in a secluded, mews style setting within the grounds of a country house, just three miles from Tunbridge Wells.

    2 adults + child or + cot
    £407-£681 per week
  • H762 - The Little Barn, Benenden, nr Cranbrook, Kent

    H762 - The Little Barn

    nr Cranbrook, Kent

    In the Weald of Kent between Benenden and Cranbook and in an area designated as of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Little Barn stands quietly in the grounds of a 15th century farmhouse, approached by its own, private driveway.

    2 + cot
    £344-£574 per week
Arundel from the River Arun

East and West Sussex

Although technically two separate entities (East Sussex and West Sussex) since 1974, the county is generally regarded as one unit and can reasonably lay claim to being amongst the most historic in England. Hideaways has been letting holiday cottages in Sussex - both country and coastal - for many years, providing a wide range of comfortable self-catering properties from which to explore this beautiful and diverse area.

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Chichester HarbourBlack Down, West SussexThe Long Man of WilmingtonThe Seven Sisters, East Sussex

The Sussex coast is said to be the sunniest in the country and from ancient Rye in the east to Roman Chichester in the west there are numerous coastal towns and villages which our Sussex holiday cottages are well placed to explore. For sailing enthusiasts Chichester Harbour provides miles of sheltered water with enticing shore excursions such as Bosham (pronounced ‘Bozam’) where King Canute’s daughter is buried. To the east, Brighton, England’s most vibrant seaside town, is an eclectic and slightly off-beat centre of history and heritage since the Prince Regent built his exotic Royal Pavillion there in the 18th century. Continuing eastwards, the famous chalk cliffs at Beachy Head are visible for miles around; the coastal town of Hastings boasts the largest beach-launched fishing fleet in Europe and historic Lewes on the navigable River Ouse was for centuries a well protected port and is now the county town of East Sussex.

The hinterland of Sussex is equally varied and appealing. Running roughly east to west, the Weald and the South Downs (now a national park) are a paradise for walking, riding and cycling; and here too Hideaways’ Sussex holiday cottages are perfectly positioned for its exploration. From Ditchling Beacon in the east, via the Arun Gap where the longest river entirely in Sussex flows to the sea, to Kingley Vale with its magnificent yew trees in the west, the higher land, which forms the interior of the county affords superb views and an opportunity to unwind in unrivalled tranquillity. The ancient South Downs Way is now a long distance footpath.

History is everywhere in Sussex, a few examples of which are Neolithic flint mines at Cissbury near Worthing, the Long Man of Wilmington, at 227ft tall, Europe’s largest hiil figure representing the human form; Roman villas at Bignor and Fishbourne near Chichester and of course the site of the Battle of Hastings commemorated at Battle Abbey. Sussex is also very well endowed with castles built to defend the region, many dating from Norman times – Arundel, Bramber, Pevensey, Amberley, Lewes and Hastings being amongst the best known. Many superb examples remain too of mediaeval hall houses (we are proud to list one such, The Yeoman’s House near Bignor, amongst Hideaways’ Sussex cottages), and a visit to the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum near Chichester is a ‘must’ for those interested in the evolution of domestic architecture.

Sussex is also rich in historic houses such as Petworth, Goodwood, Parham and the ‘miniature stately home’ Uppark, beautifully restored after a disastrous fire. Not to be missed either are Chichester Cathedral, dating from the 12th century, and the much later Roman Catholic Cathedral at Arundel.

It is impossible to do more than touch the surface of what Sussex has to offer but we hope you will have been inspired to investigate further, perhaps by taking a relaxing and interesting holiday in one of our holiday cottages in Sussex.

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