Featured hotels in Sussex Historic County

  • £36.90

    Average price per night

    The View Hotel, Eastbourne
    9.0 Superb 2,377 reviews
    Description On the coast at Eastbourne, the View Hotel offers modern en-suite rooms, most of which have balconies. Situated on the main promenade, the beach is just a few minutes’ walk.
    Review

    "I would recommend this Hotel . it is lovely with nice sea view ."

    Nicholas. Ukraine
  • £100

    Average price per night

    The Ginger Pig, Brighton & Hove

    The Ginger Pig

    Hove, Brighton & Hove

    9.3 Superb 410 reviews
    Description Set in Brighton & Hove, The Ginger Pig is 2.1 km from i360 Observation Tower and offers facilities like bar and on-site dining.
    Review

    "Very nice, modern, clean rooms, good quality toileteries, coffee machine, courtesy water included, kind and helpful stuff. Perfect location."

    Susana. Spain
  • £90

    Average price per night

    Cowdray Golf Lodge, Midhurst
    9.2 Superb 233 reviews
    Description Set in Midhurst, Cowdray Golf Lodge has a terrace. Free WiFi is available. All guest rooms in the hotel are fitted with a kettle.
    Review

    "We enjoyed our stay at Cowdray Golf Lodge. The view was definitely worth paying extra for. Our room had a wonderful outlook across the Polo field towards Cowdray Ruins. We are unsure if you can take a walk towards the ruins or nearby Midhurst, but hope to find out next time, as we will definitely return again sometime."

    Stuart. United Kingdom
  • £85

    Average price per night

    Flint Barns, Rathfinny Wine Estate, Alfriston
    9.2 Superb 113 reviews
    Description Located in Alfriston, 1.9 km from Drusillas Park, Flint Barns, Rathfinny Wine Estate has a number of amenities, including a garden, a terrace and free WiFi.
    Review

    "highly recommend Flints Barn!!!"

    Silke. Germany
  • £79

    Average price per night

    The Driftwood Bexhill, Bexhill
    9.7 Exceptional 387 reviews
    Description Offering free WiFi, The Driftwood Bexhill is situated in Bexhill. All guest rooms in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV.
    Review

    "Beautiful decor, great breakfast. I highly recommend The Driftwood for a stay in Bexhill. Everything in the room is finished to a high standard. I had a wonderful restful night at The Driftwood."

    luciw. Japan
  • £51.20

    Average price per night

    Red Brighton Blue, Brighton & Hove

    Red Brighton Blue

    Kemptown, Brighton & Hove

    9.8 Exceptional 623 reviews
    Description Located in Brighton & Hove, within an 8-minute walk of Brighton Pier and 800 metres of The Royal Pavilion, Red Brighton Blue offers accommodation with a terrace.
    Review

    "Everything about the place was spotless. Super clean and comfortable, very quiet and delicious breakfast. The attention to detail was amazing. The staff super welcoming and polite and the property very..."

    Paul. Norway
  • £75

    Average price per night

    The Priory Court Hotel, Pevensey
    9.3 Superb 218 reviews
    Description With one of the most impressive settings in East Sussex, The Priory Court Hotel, opposite Pevensey Castle is surrounded by history.
    Review

    "Beautiful place! Friendly staff. Lovely room (suite) very comfortable. Food excellent!"

    Katy. United Kingdom
  • £88

    Average price per night

    West Dean College of Arts and Conservation, West Dean
    9.1 Superb 220 reviews
    Description Set in acres of West Sussex countryside, West Dean College of Arts and Conservation is just 6 miles from historic Chichester and 13 minutes’ drive from the heart of the South Downs National Park.
    Review

    "It was stately, reminded me of Highclere castle (downton abbey)"

    Cleo. USA
  • £79

    Average price per night

    Blanch House, Brighton & Hove

    Blanch House

    Kemptown, Brighton & Hove

    9.2 Superb 312 reviews
    Description Situated less than a minute's walk from the nearest beach, Blanch House is a Regency-era 3-star townhouse hotel in the heart of Brighton town centre.
    Review

    "Everything was perfect during our stay at the Blanch House. We have nothing to say but positive aspects. BH is placed in a quiet location, very close to the Brighton’s Marine Parade. Inside the hotel we..."

    Rodrigo. Portugal
  • £100

    Average price per night

    The George In Rye, Rye
    9.0 Superb 647 reviews
    Description This luxury, stylish hideaway is located in the centre of Rye and offers elegant, well-designed rooms, local wines and a restaurant menu infused with Mediterranean zest.
    Review

    "Everything was superlative! Highly motivated staff, so helpful before, during and even after our visit. Lily helped immensely with our taxi problem. Fabulous food. Decor A+. Very comfortable beds and..."

    Sandra. USA

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Sussex Historic County highlights

History in Hastings
The site of the famous 1066 battle, Hastings offers countryside and coastline that is scattered with relics and ruins from the past.
The opulent Royal Pavilion
Designed as a Brighton residence for George IV, the Royal Pavilion combines Regency grandeur with the esoteric styles of India and China.
Shopping at The Lanes
Brighton Lanes’ quirky streets are crammed in with boutiques, independent shops, cafés and live music.
The rolling hills of the South Downs
South Downs National Park’s 628 square miles include breath-taking views, ancient woodland, lowland heaths and traditional country pubs.
The Wealden Valley’s classic English homes
Bateman’s is a stunning 17th-century Jacobean cottage, once the home of Rudyard Kipling. The surrounding gardens and woodland cannot be missed.
The UK's largest Bonfire Night
Remember, remember the 5th of November … " Lewes’ 7 bonfire societies put on the country’s largest Guy Fawkes Night, attracting over 80,000 visitors.
Arundel Castle's history
Founded towards the end of the 11th century, Arundel Castle has been the seat of the Dukes of Norfolk for close to 1000 years.
Outdoor activities at Seven Sisters Country Park
Seven Sisters Country Park’s 280 hectares include great walking, cycling, birdwatching and canoeing through valleys and grassland.
Goodwood’s racing and grounds
The legendary motorsports circuit, horse-racing track and country house are set over 2 miles on this picturesque estate.
Eastbourne Tennis
Eastbourne’s grass courts showcase some of the world’s best female tennis players in the run-up to the Wimbledon Championships.