Semi-detached holiday cottage with two bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen, dining room and a living room with wood-burner stove.
Our collection of Sussex holiday properties comprises coastal cottages, apartments, Grade II listed townhouses and luxurious barn conversions. All of them have received excellent reviews from previous occupants and offer high levels of self catering accommodation.
Superbly appointed holiday cottage with two bedrooms, a modern kitchen with island and breakfast bar, a dining section and two sitting areas.
Charming coastal cottage with two bedrooms, a bathroom with bath and shower over, a large kitchen with dining area and a living room with electric stove.
First-floor apartment with a double bedroom, a bathroom with bath and an open-plan living space with a well-equipped kitchen, dining area and sitting room.
Grade II-listed cottage in the centre of Hastings with two bedrooms, a shower room, kitchen with dining area and living room with wood-burner stove.
Superbly-presented cottage on the Sussex coast with three bedrooms, a kitchen with dining area and first floor living room with access to a balcony.
Barn conversion on the outskirts of Sidlesham consisting of a king-size double, a shower room, kitchen, dining section and sitting area with sofa bed.
Terraced holiday lodge withs two bedrooms, a shower room with shower and an open-plan living area consisting of a kitchen, dining and sitting areas.
Former oast house comprising three bedrooms, a bathroom with bath and shower over, a large, kitchen with dining area and a living room with wood-burner.
Well-presented holiday property with three bedrooms, a bathroom with bath, a kitchen with dining area and a conservatory which houses the living room.
Sussex borders Surrey, Kent and Hampshire and, like its neighbour Kent, is known as the Gateway to England.The coastline, backed by the green slopes of the South Downs offers some of the finest walking and cycling paths in England.
Sussex's highest point, Black Down is still covered in heavy woodland of birch and chestnut, while across the boundary towards Surrey lie the wild heath and heather-covered hills which surround Haslemere and Hindhead. The landscape is romantic and quintessentially English.
The reed and water lilly rivers of Arun, Adur, Cuckmere and the Ouse flow through wooded valleys and rolling hills. The heavily-wooded Sussex Downs stretch to within a few miles of Chichester and its magnificent cathedral.
The downs are also crisscrossed by ancient pathways and feature Roman remains such as Fishbourne Palace, one of the finest Roman excavations in the UK.
The valley of the River Arun is a region of outstanding natural beauty. Sussex's longest river lazily meanders through pastures and gentle valleys, past the towns of Littlehampton and Arundel.
Read on our visitor guide to Sussex as we profile some of the county's top visitor attractions and places of historical interest.