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Lodges in East Sussex Guide

The region of East Sussex is a true joy to explore, thanks to its many miles of coastline and acres of luscious countryside, and everything in between. Expect to find sprawling views, elaborate stately homes, cultural heritage, adventure in Eastbourne, history in Arundel, and the attractions, diversity, cuisine, and nightlife of vibrant Brighton. 

It’s an ideal spot for virtually anyone to holiday, with all kinds of preferences and activities offered, from white knuckle adventures to shopping, excellent cuisine, and beautiful surroundings – all within a short distance from England’s capital city.

Exploring Brighton

Whilst firmly located in East Sussex, Brighton operates very autonomously from the rest of the county, and with a visit to the bustling city, you’ll see why. Well known as the hub of the region, it’s a wonderful place to explore given its location, diverse people, and attractions. Visitors should head to the iconic pier and pebbly beach for a walk along the famous shore, naturally pausing for a cone of fish and chips or an ice cream. Particularly noteworthy is the unique architecture of the Royal Pavilion, and wandering the quaint streets with their independent shops and restaurants – don’t miss the spectacular creations of Choccywoccydoodah! An excellent spot for couples or groups of friends, there are some excellent dining options and nightlife, including the Nyetimber Sky Bay for a cold glass of sparkling wine with a view, and the elegant West Beach Bar & Kitchen with its sea views.

Top attractions

The British Airways i360 enables visitors to get a great view of the Sussex coastline, Beachy Head, and even the Isle of Wight from above. Located just of Brighton’s Promenade, guests are elevated 450ft for 360 degree views of the city and beyond in the world’s tallest moving observation tower. An excellent place to explore along the East Sussex coast is the Seven Sisters Country Park in the Sussex Downs, with over two hundred and eighty hectares of chalk cliffs, river, and chalk grassland. As quite the spectacle on some of Britain’s most unspoilt coastlines, it’s also a great place for outdoor activities including hiking, cycling, canoeing, and birdwatching. Families will love Drusillas Park Zoo in Alfriston, which is often proudly titled Europe’s best small zoo. Offering an exciting mix of exotic animals, themed adventure play including areas named Go Bananas!, and rides including a safari rollercoaster for a great day out.

Go outside

There are plenty of incredible places in East Sussex, thanks to the county’s incredible history and its position on stunning coastline. Visitors should head to Rye for its winding cobblestone streets and smuggling history, and to the pretty town of Lewes for its castle which is steeped in regal history. For coastal regions, iconic Hastings has unique cliffs with its railway offering unbelievable views across the coast. Beautiful Camber Sands offers one of the best beaches in the country on the Channel coast and is perfect for a picnic and enjoying the English weather. Eastbourne is another important beach on the British map, with its Regency townhouse-lined promenade and Victorian pier making for an excellent day at the seaside. Of course, Beachy Head just down the road can’t be missed thanks to its title as the highest chalk sea cliff in the country.

Hunger strikes!

East Sussex proudly hosts a large variety of eateries and pubs that will suit even the fussiest of diners! As a region well known for its ice cream parlours and as the birthplace of banoffee pie, it’s even more perfect for those with a sweet tooth. Visitors can’t miss the area’s excellent seafood restaurants – great in part thanks to their positioning along the south English coast, and you can expect to find arguably some of the best fish and chips in the country. 

Enjoy some excellent ice cream in one of the many parlours, or perhaps a traditional cream tea for something a little more authentic and classic. The region has plenty of excellent farmers markets that provide fresh local produce to source the delicious dishes served at the many restaurants and gastro pubs. With an impressive 20 East Sussex pubs having made The Good Pub Guide last year, it’s certainly not a county to be missed when it comes to booze, and it’s little surprise with the vineyards and breweries open to guests in the area to try some excellent drinks.

Holiday lodges in East Sussex

East Sussex is perfect for a relaxing retreat in a beautiful area of the county with some excellent coastal views and great beaches – all whilst located close to some of the country’s most vibrant and historical towns and cities. Head to Camber Sands for a lodge holiday that all the family will love thanks to its positioning on the iconic sandy beach, and plenty of great facilities including a choice of pools and an all weather sports court and exciting family entertainment. Crowhurst Park Lodge in Battle is another wonderful choice for couples or families. As an award-winning lodge park, there are some beautiful countryside grounds to explore, and an onsite manor house with an exciting variety of restaurants, coffee lounges, and bars that make it the perfect spot for exploring the beautiful region of East Sussex.

Holiday Lodges in East Sussex are a great choice for a family break or a romantic retreat with your other half. Crowhurst Park in Battle offers some top quality country pine lodges and is an exclusive award winning park. Crowhurst Park has won the David Bellamy Gold Award for Conservation and so if it's Holiday Lodges in East Sussex you are looking for then this park is one of the best. Some of the lodges such as the Crowhurst Country Plus come with outdoor hot tubs.