Sussex Holiday Parks & Lodges

From stunning coastlines and rolling hills to historic landmarks and vibrant cities, Sussex has something for every type of adventurer. Nature lovers will be in awe of the breathtaking landscapes that Sussex has to offer. Explore the dramatic cliffs and golden sandy beaches of the South Downs National Park or wander through the enchanting woodlands and tranquil gardens that dot the historic county. Head for family fun with coastal holidays in Brighton and Eastbourne or soak up history and culture in the towns of Battle and Hastings. Our Sussex holiday parks and lodges are situated in some incredible locations, from the verdant countryside of the South Downs to traditional market towns, south coast gems and riverside locations. With amenities like indoor swimming pools, private hot tubs, dog-friendly accommodation and children's entertainment included at many of our holiday homes, there is so much to see and do on our Sussex holidays, you'll need to return to fit it all in! From cosy lodges for couples on a romantic getaway to spacious holiday parks for friends and family celebrating special occasions, we've got you covered whatever your needs. So pack your bags and book one of our Sussex holiday homes to explore this stunning area on your next England getaway!

View of blue sea and white cliffs along the walk to Cuckmere Haven beach near Seaford, East Sussex

Lodges with hot tubs in Sussex

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Dog friendly holiday parks in Sussex

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Sussex holiday parks with swimming pools

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Things to do in Sussex on your lodge holiday

Enjoy a coastal break in Brighton or Eastbourne...
Stay in one of our Sussex lodges on England's south coast and visit the bustling seaside resort of Brighton in East Sussex, with its pretty pebble beach and independent shops. Book one of our Brighton holiday homes and experience the excitement of Brighton Pier, with rides and attractions for the whole family to enjoy. Whether you're a fan of dodgems or roller-coasters, there are several fairground favourites to keep everyone entertained. With all that excitement, you're bound to work up an appetite. Luckily, there is plenty to eat and drink nearby. From fish and chips to sweet treats like doughnuts and ice cream, you can indulge with a seaside classic from one of the many beachfront cafes and restaurants. Explore the Regency townhouses, terracotta mansions and elegant mews in Hove, or the mural-filled, lively streets of North Laine with its many stalls, quirky shops and restaurants. Similarly, a holiday in Eastbourne promises a quintessentially British seaside experience. Visit the Victorian Eastbourne Pier, hike the South Downs Way, or admire the chalky cliffs at Beachy Head and nearby Seven Sisters Cliffs.

Explore the outstanding natural beauty of the Sussex countryside...
Sussex is home to the South Downs National Park, a beautiful countryside location widely regarded for its outdoor activities like walking, cycling and horse riding. The park's close proximity to major towns like Brighton, Lewes, Eastbourne and Chichester means it's great for a day trip, especially with your four legged friend! If you're a thrill seeker, there are plenty of mountain biking trails of varying difficulty to explore, as well as opportunities for paragliding and hang gliding. Those looking for a more relaxing activity could head to one of the designated Dark Sky Reserves for incredible stargazing opportunities or find a scenic spot for a picnic whilst enjoying the view. Our lodges and holiday parks in Sussex offer a whole host of fun things to do both onsite and in the surrounding area, meaning you can spend quality time with your loved ones while exploring the great outdoors or enjoying facilities like indoor swimming pools, kids clubs and private hot tubs.

Soak up history and culture on your Sussex holiday...
Sussex has a rich and varied heritage, which can be admired as you wander the historic streets of its many old villages and traditional market towns. Our Hastings holiday parks and lodges are a great base for your Sussex getaway, an area best known for the 1066 Battle of Hastings. From Hastings Castle to Battle Abbey, there is plenty to see, do and learn about here. Old Town Hastings is well-preserved and offers a lively fishing port to navigate. Further inland, the Combe Valley is perfect for a country walk through majestic woodland. History enthusiasts will be delighted by the wealth of historic sites in Sussex, including the medieval Bodiam Castle, the majestic Arundel Castle and the magnificent Chichester Cathedral. Take a step back in time as you wander through the cobbled streets of picturesque towns like Rye and Lewes. Food and drink enthusiasts will also find their paradise in Sussex, with its thriving food scene and award-winning vineyards. Sample delectable local produce, indulge in afternoon tea or savour the flavours of locally brewed ales and fine wines. With its natural beauty, rich history and gastronomic delights, Sussex invites you to explore, unwind and create cherished memories that will last a lifetime.

Views of the South Downs National Park in Sussex