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Jaybelle Grange Lodges

West Sussex Littlehampton
  • The park setting
  • The park setting
  • Jaybelle Grange Lodges, Littlehampton
  • Typical hot tub
  • The park setting
  • Littlehampton beach
  • Littlehampton harbour
  • Typical Oak Lodge
  • Typical Oak Lodge
  • Typical Oak Lodge
  • Typical Oak Lodge
  • Typical Beech Lodge
  • Typical Beech Lodge
  • Typical Elm Lodge
  • Typical Elm Lodge
  • Typical Elm Lodge
  • Typical Elm Lodge
  • Typical Orchard Lodge
  • Typical Orchard Lodge
  • Typical Orchard Lodge
  • Typical Orchard Lodge
Adults 18+
Children 2 - 17
Infants under 2

Jaybelle Grange Lodges have a picturesque setting in the countryside.  You will have the best of both worlds, based on the edge of Littlehampton which is a popular coastal town with trendy bars and cafes as well as an award winning blue flag beach.  

New in 2009, the lodges are contemporary in design with either two or three bedrooms.  The Willow Lodge sleeps 4 and has an outdoor hot tub.  This lodge also has wheelchair access.  The Oak Lodge also sleeps 4 and is a spacious lodge with one double and one twin bedroom.  The Beech Lodge has three bedrooms and is a stylish lodge with superb outdoor hot tub.

West Sussex has a wealth of pretty towns and stunning coastline and is a fantastic choice for a romantic break or a family holiday. We are sure you will be charmed by this place from the moment you arrive and you will leave feeling relaxed and refreshed.

Accommodation features
  • A choice of two and three bedroom contemporary lodges.
  • Outdoor hot tub (in Oak Lodge and Beech Lodge only)
  • Flat screen TV/DVD
  • Kitchen including microwave, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer
  • Hairdryer
  • Bath and shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Double glazed and centrally heated
  • Verandah with furniture
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Babies must be included in party total
  • Cots £15pw or short break each
  • Highchairs £10pw each
  • Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
  • No pets
  • All non smoking accommodation

Accommodation at Jaybelle Grange Lodges


Beech Lodge

Lodge with one double with ensuite shower, one twin and one with bunks. Bathroom. Outdoor hot tub.

Elm Lodge

High quality, comfortable lodge with one king size double with ensuite shower and walk-in wardrobe and one twin. Bath with overhead shower.

Oak Lodge

Lodge with one double with ensuite shower and one twin. Bathroom. Outdoor hot tub.

Orchard Lodge

High quality, comfortable lodge with one double with ensuite shower and walk-in wardrobe and one twin. Bath with overhead shower. Freesat, iPod docking station with CD/radio. Small library of books, DVDs, CDs and board games.

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Fun Days Out in West Sussex

Fishers Farm Park

Fishers Farm Park is an award winning attraction which is ideal for families with younger children as well as for animal lovers. The site is a great place to visit during the summer and many families choose to take a picnic although there is also a café. There are many breeds of friendly farm animals to meet including Cattle, Sheep and Pigs and well as some more cute and cuddly creatures in the Pets Corner. During school holidays the farm offers activities such as face painting, Easter egg making and treasure hunts.

Harbour Park

Harbour Park in West Sussex is an excellent choice for a family day trip whether you live close by or are on holiday in the region. The park is suitable in all weathers with outdoor attractions including a Roller Coaster, a panning for gold area, water chute and adventure golf. Indoors visitors can enjoy a soft play area and amusement arcade as well as a cafe.

Arundel Wetlands Centre

Arundel Wetlands Centre in West Sussex offers families the chance to enjoy a fun packed and educational day out while also getting close to nature. This centre is home to many species of wildfowl and different species can be seen at different times of the year as they migrate to and from their breeding grounds. The centre also has many year round residents some of whom are quite tame and can be fed by hand. During school holidays and at weekends in the summer, the centre holds activity days where children can enjoy educational talks, pond dipping and crafting sessions. Free boat trips are also on offer.

Jaybelle Grange Lodges Reviews

Mrs Walker
Jaybelle Grange were recommended to us by some friends and we were not dissapointed. We booked a Willow Lodge as we liked the idea of having a hot tub and it was a good choice. Walking around the site though all of the lodges look very nice. Littlehampton is really easy to get to and has some nice places to eat and drink.
Date of stay: 26th May 2018
Accommodation type: Oak Lodge
We enjoyed using the hot tub and terrace
Diane, Birr Aargau Switzerland
Date of stay: 14th April 2018
Accommodation type: Beech Lodge
Would recommend this place and who knows maybe well ve back !
Christine, Kent
Date of stay: 6th April 2018
Accommodation type: Orchard Lodge
Thoroughly enjoyed our 4 night stay with my daughter and granddaughter lovely lodge lots of little extras for the kids in lodge very comfortable but slightly overpriced but expected this as Easter holidays.
Roni, Hertfordshire
Date of stay: 26th March 2018
Accommodation type: Beech Lodge
Couldn't fault the place, was lovely and clean. As we were a group of 6 adults there was plenty of space for us.
Date of stay: 9th March 2018
Accommodation type: Oak Lodge
A very pleasant stay in a well appointed lodge. Leaking shower valve and bulbs not working in cooker hood reported to lodge management at end of stay. I assume not fixed before we arrived because previous residents didn't report them. Did not detract from enjoyment of stay.
Mandy, London
Date of stay: 5th March 2018
Accommodation type: Orchard Lodge
Perfect break
Andrea, Maidstone, Kent
Date of stay: 5th February 2018
Accommodation type: Beech Lodge
Will be returning
James, Orkney Islands
Date of stay: 20th January 2018
Accommodation type: Beech Lodge
Great base to explore the local countryside and beach is just a stones throw away.
Leanne, Portsmouth
Date of stay: 3rd January 2018
Accommodation type: Oak Lodge
Upon arrival to the site we were extremely impressed, it is so well maintained and well kept with not a thing out of place. We checked in with ease and completed the necessary paperwork and were handed the keys to our lodge.

We stayed in lodge number 2 which is an oak lodge with an outdoor hot tub. Every lodge has its own block paved parking area which is particularly handy for the winter months. The lodge was immaculately clean inside and fully equipped with everything you could possibly need, it looks exactly like the pictures on the website! They had even put up a christmas tree which i thought was such a lovely touch.

The master bedroom has double bed with bedside tables complete with lamps eitherside and a clock radio....the first place iv ever stayed with one as i personally hate not knowing the time when i wake up. There is a dressing table with drawer space and mirror with a hair dryer. It has a large wardrobe and shelving unit so plenty of room to unpack. There is also an ensuite shower room.

The main bathroom consists of a bath (no overbath shower) which isnt an issue for a family. One thing we forgot to tell them is that the lock didnt work on the bathroom door but maybe they will read this! In the hallway by the front door is a washer drier, ironing board, hoover etc. Also coat hooks on the wall which is useful in the winter.

The twin bedroom had a bedside table between the beds with a lamp and also a large wardrobe so again plenty of storage. The living area was very cosy with reclining sofa, wall mounted tv, plasma fire and coffee table. Behind the sofa is a dining table with doors opening onto the veranda.

Finally the kitchen is very well equipped, it has a fridge and seperate freezer, dishwasher (tablets included) oven amd hob, every size pan and oven dishes that you could need along with every utensil you could think of. There were a selection of different size glasses and plenty of cutlery and crockery. They provide tea towels, washing up liquid, sponge and cloth. I had taken all of this with us after previous experience of self catering accommodation but didnt need to. Also all bed linen and towels were provided too. Everything you need is supplied!

The lodge has its own decked veranda with outdoor furniture and the hot tub.....the reason that we booked! We spent many hours in it over the 4 days and it was so relaxing. We had a slight hiccup with it on the first day whereby we had pressed too many buttons and it stopped heating. I went to speak with Paul the warden who came straight over and reset it. We had discovered a button sequence that had put it to sleep.....just our luck! You only need to press the jet button as everything else is preset, just a little tip so noone else makes the same mistake we did. One improvement that could be made is to make the area around the hot tub abit more private/secluded as you can see the entire site meaning that everyone can also see you.....being close to the entrance we had people walking past having a nose when you are laying there trying to relax in your bathers. Our daughter loved the hot tub too and couldnt wait to get back in as soon as she got up in the morning!

There is a pub called the oystercatcher just outside the site (you go through their carpark to enter the site) so was a minute walk. We went for a meal and a couple of drinks on new years eve which was really nice and reasonably priced. There is a large tesco about a 5 minute car ride away.

All in all, the lodge was beautiful, exactly as the pictures on their website, immaculately clean and fully equipped complete with lovely hot tub. We will definately return and highly recommend it!!
Angela, Local
Date of stay: 23rd December 2017
Accommodation type: Beech Lodge
enjoyable peaceful place
Excellent site. Well maintained. Friendly welcome. Very relaxing stay. The lodge was warm, clean and very comfortable.
We loved this place , shame there is no playground for children. It’s near to the beach , there is a lovely little shop very near for everday things and Tescos is 20 mins by car!
Had a lovely family weekend 23-26/3/18 was perfect for what we wanted as we were an adult group so chose a lodge with a hot tub, close to a restaurant, Beach/Harbour, and town if you wanted it. It is quite a quiet place but has everything you need.
fabulous lovely cabin inside and out
Amazing lodge and amazing little getaway will definitely be coming back soon
Lodges are very clean an
We had the most amazing weekend at Jaybelle Grange the lodge was superb it was spotlessly clean and had everything you could possibly need and want and would recommend it to anyone
Absolutely lovely weekend break. Well situated lodges. We had one with a hot tub, amazing even with a bit of snow on the ground. Lodge was well equipped and maintained. Wifi pretty good too. Thank you 😀
Only spent four days here but lodge was very comfortable and clean. Only downside depending on who you have next door could be noisy early morning with car/van doors slamming. Overall would visit again.
A very pleasant stay in a well appointed lodge. Leaking shower valve and bulbs not working in cooker hood reported to lodge management at end of stay. I assume not fixed before we arrived because previous residents didn't report them. Did not detract from enjoyment of stay.
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