- Outdoor hot tub
- Bar and Restaurant
- Pets allowed
- Disabled access
- Outdoor hot tub
- A nearby marina
- Water sports
- Double glazed
- Central heating
- Outdoor hot tub
- Children’s pool
- Adventure playground
- Steam room, sauna and spa bath
Relax in Your Own Sussex Hot Tub Lodge
Welcome to Sussex.
It is a region in the South West of England, and a popular holiday destination. Natural England identifies several characteristics of the landscapes here including; South Coast Plain, South Downs, Wealden Green Sand, Low Weald, High Weald, Romney Marshes and Pevensey Levels.
Now in the midst of this natural landscape, hospitality and tourism thrives. Lodges featuring outdoor hot tubs and open countryside giving holiday makers a place to relax and unwind. Think of Sussex as an escape from the daily hustle and bustle. Its fresh countryside air is a pleasant departure from the pollution in the cities.
Once in a while, a hot tub break is all you need to catch your breath in a world gone berserk. The undulating landscapes and lush greenery in Sussex reminds you that it’s not all doom and gloom. You can actually get out and have fun, and in your own hot tub lodge no less. You won’t leave a big hole in your pocket too. Sussex is an affordable holiday destination.
Think about it. You, your kids and partner…and even your pet. Away from your daily routine. Taking hikes and cycling through picturesque villages. And sampling foods you can only read about in travel magazines. Yes. That’s what you should expect. Sussex is as welcoming as any place you are going to get in the UK.
Sussex as a region came to exist in the 5th and 6th century when South Saxons – a Germanic tribe – started to occupy the land on the North German Plain. At around 477AD, the Earl of Sussex started what would later become the Kingdom of Sussex.
Sussex has seen its fair share of battles including Roman invasions of Britain as well as the Battle of Hastings. Today, Sussex is one of the counties of England. It is divided into 3 areas including East Sussex, West Sussex and the city of Brighton and Hove. The largest city (by population) in Sussex is Lewes.
Those who love travelling to Sussex will tell you of the ‘7 Good Things of Sussex’ as far as its cuisine is concerned. These are; Bourne Wheatear, Pulborough eel, Amberley trout, Selsey cockle, Arundel mullet, Chichester lobster, and Rye herring. You will also be interested in visiting the Downland champagne region.
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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Sussex
You will fall in love with Sussex – of that, we can guarantee. You can turn your hot tub lodge into a base from where you will launch your expeditions into the marvels of Sussex. And there are many. To get you on the way, we have listed the top 10 such attractions. Do not limit yourself to our list though. You will miss out on a lot of fun activities if you do.
Sights and Landmarks
These are especially great for those that love photography. They include; The Royal Pavillion, Beachy Head, North Laine, Old Town Hastings, The Lanes, Sheffield Park and Gardens, Battle Abbey and Battlefield, Bodiam Castle, Brighton Pier, Eastbourne Pier and many more.
Nature Reserves and Parks
If you are into nature, then the following nature spots will not disappoint; Seven Sisters Country Park, Drusillas Park, Alexandra Park, Birling Gap, Rye Harbour Nature Reserve, Hastings Country Park, South Downs Way, Devil’s Dyke, and Brighton Beach amongst others.
Travelling with the kids? Make sure to take them in any of the following amusement parks; Drusillas Park, Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway Adventure Park, Knockhatch Adventure Park, Brighton Wheel, Fort Fun and The Brighton Treasure Hunt Company.
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Outdoor Holiday Activities
The list of the outdoor activities that you can engage in here is inexhaustible. Take a look; golf, boat tours, watersports, hiking, fishing, kayaking, shopping, canoeing, sunbathing, surfing and many more.
If you are into old things and history, then you will have your pick of museums in Sussex. Among these museums is Hastings Fishermen’s Museum, Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, Redoubt Fortress and Military Museum, Shipwreck Museum, Observatory Science Centre, Rye Heritage Centre, Museum of Shops, Smugglers Adventure, New Haven Fort and many more.
There are tens of hundreds of nightspots in Sussex. Among those top rated by Trip Advisor are; Bar 76 Club, Komedia Brighton, The Plotting Parlour, Maggie Mae’s, The Victory Inn, Kino Rye, Doctor Brighton’s, Be at One Brighton, Concorde 2 and many more.
If you are looking to catch the latest in the theatre and music, then you are well advised to try Royal Hippodrome Theatre, Glyndebourne, Eastbourne Bandstand, Brighton Dome, Theatre Royal Brighton, Komedia Brighton, and Devonshire Park Theatre.
This is your take home: life is too short. Enjoy when you still can. And Sussex is a sure bet for those who want to have a fun hot tub holiday. For more lodges in the South of England, click here.