Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Sussex
Famous for the Battle of Hastings in 1066, Sussex is the sunniest county in England so, when you book a cottage with hot tub in this southern county, not only will you be in one of the most beautiful regions of England with a rich heritage, plenty of fun things to do and fantastic cuisine, you will also be able to top up your tan.
Whether you are looking for short or long breaks, the perfect hot tub cottage is waiting for you. Equipped with modern amenities such as open plan living rooms and kitchens, fully fitted kitchens, king-size beds etc, and all with the added luxury of your own outdoor whirlpool, bliss after a day of exploring this charming county.
Pet friendly cottages with hot tubs, romantic cottages, luxury cottages…you name it. We have them all at an affordable price, making it easy to book a family holiday.
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Home to the South Downs National Park, the iconic white cliffs, golden beaches, and enough attractions to keep you occupied for weeks Sussex is a dream holiday destination that the whole family will enjoy.
So, book now you'll be glad you did. Enjoy!
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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Sussex
You will be spoilt for choice for places to visit and things to do in Sussex. Below we have come up with a list of attractions we feel are worth a mention:
1. Bodiam Castle
One of the best-known castles in England this 14th century medieval fortress is completely surrounded by an impressive moat, which along with being an excellent defence back in the day, provides fantastic photo opportunities. Set in extensive grounds there are activities for children during the school holidays and the interactive displays and demonstrations within the castle give a glimpse into life in Medieval England.
2. Seven Sisters Country Park
Named after the famous Seven Sisters Cliffs this country park is nestled at the edge of the South Downs Country Park and is extremely popular with sightseers because of the amazing scenery. It is also popular with those looking for some action during their holiday and offers outdoor activities such as canoeing, cycling, kayaking, climbing and horse riding.
3. Fishborne Roman Palace
The perfect day out for history buffs the remains of this 1st century house offers visitors both young and old a unique experience. Step back in time and learn about Roman architecture, life and art. Marvel at the biggest collection of Roman mosaic floors in the UK including the stunning Cupid and dolphin, and see a variety of objects in the museum gallery including personal items and jewellery. A formal Roman garden and tons of family events make for a fascinating day out.
4. Brighton Pier
Formerly opened in 1899, Brighton Pier is one of the top attractions in the south of England. At 1,722ft long it as widely regarded as the best pier ever built and provides entertainment for all the family. Numerous rides and attractions including a roller coaster, trampolines, fairground, amusements, old favourites like hook a duck, coconut shys and huge soft play are provided for the kids while adults can enjoy the regular live shows or dine in one of the many eateries.
5. Anne of Cleves House
This 15th century pretty half-timbered house, situated in Lewes, was, as the name suggests, home to Henry Vlll's 4th wife Anne of Cleves, in fact it was given to her as part of the divorce settlement (Luckier than Anne Boleyn then) There is a wide range of furniture and authentic kitchen equipment you can even dress as a Tudor and see how people lived in this period. A lovely traditional garden completes the visit where you can sit, relax and admire the view that a queen once did.
6. Camber Sands
With sand and sea stretching for miles it's easy to see why this beach is so popular with tourists, it gets very busy in the summer months but with such a wide-open space it is always possible to find a sunny spot. Popular with water sports enthusiasts and kite-surfers Camber sands is the perfect place to spend a leisurely day soaking up the sunshine.
7. Arundel Castle
This picturesque medieval castle has been around since 1067 and boasts fine collections of furniture, art, clocks, armour and so much more including items owned by Mary Queen of Scots. View the impressive 14th century Fitzalan Chapel. a fine example of Gothic architecture or take a stroll through the charming gardens including a restored Victorian kitchen garden, with an exhaustive events programme throughout the year you will never be stuck for something to see at Arundel.
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8. Beachy Head
Attracting thousands of visitors every year due to the breath-taking views and scenery Beachy Head is located east of the Seven Sisters close to Eastbourne, it is the highest chalk cliff in the UK. A short stroll inland brings you to the village of East Dean where there is a thriving community of artists, a quaint village green, a world-class delicatessen and traditional country pub, why not taste some Beach Head beer which is brewed nearby?
9. Hastings Museum and Art Gallery
For a superb day-out whatever the weather why not take a trip to this museum in Hastings, boasting a rich and varied collection of artefacts from all over the world there is plenty to keep everyone in the family occupied. Highlights include the Native American Collection, complete with buffalo and tepee, Dinosaurs and the impressive Durbar Hall which houses items from India the Far East and Australia.
10. Drusilla's Zoo Park
This small 10-acre zoo offers all-round family entertainment and while they may not have the space for big cats, elephants and hippos there is certainly a wide range of animals to capture your imagination such as; red pandas, camels, penguins and all sorts of reptiles to name a few. Walk through the Bat Cave or get up close and personal with the lemurs. Kids can enjoy the water play area, explore the Hello Kitty secret garden, go rock climbing or pan for gold and when you get a little peckish there are plenty of kiosks cafes and restaurants to tempt your taste buds.
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