RH10 4QD, Turners Hill, East Street
The boutique, 5-star Alexander House and Utopia Spa is just 6 miles from Gatwick and close to M25 junction 6 and M23 junction 10. It offers luxurious rooms, award-winning spa facilities, free Wi-Fi, free parking... read more
£ 159.00View Rates
BN21 4AR, Eastbourne, 15 Burlington Place
Just 50 metres from Eastbourne Seafront and The Grand Parade, The Palm Court Hotel offers spacious rooms with en suite facilities. With £1.00 per day parking permits for guests, there is also a traditional restaurant.... read more
£ 39.60View Rates
BN21 4JR, Eastbourne, Carlisle Road
Set in a grand Victorian building across from The Towner Gallery and Congress Theatre,The Devonshire Park Hotel offers spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi, designer toiletries. Free private parking is available on-site. The en-suite bedrooms offer... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
TN33 0SP, Battle, Powdermill Lane
In 150 acres of gardens, park and woodland, PowderMills is a Grade II listed 18th-century country house hotel with an outdoor swimming pool and free Wi-Fi, near the historical town of Battle. Offering pet-friendly accommodation... read more
£ 98.00View Rates
BN1 2FF, Brighton & Hove, 52 Regency Square
Described as a ‘luxurious Regency hotel with immaculate rooms’ by The Lonely Planet Guide, Christine and Lucho welcome you to their historic, recently refurbished town house. According to the AA, Brighton House puts ‘hospitality and... read more
£ 62.40View Rates
TN31 7HA, Rye, Watch Bell Street
This mid-18th century former inn offers unique rooms, free Wi-Fi, and excellent views of Rye. Good food is served in the restaurant. Built around 1750 for local sailors and ship builders, The Hope Anchor is... read more
£ 65.83View Rates
BN21 4BJ, Eastbourne, 7 Lascelles Terrace
Just steps from Eastbourne’s beautiful seafront, The Sherwood is only 7 minutes’ walk from the town centre. This attractive late Victorian townhouse offers free Wi-Fi throughout. The individually decorated rooms retain some original features. Each... read more
£ 42.30View Rates
TN33 0AQ, Battle, 84, High Street
Recently refurbished, this Grade II listed hotel is situated in the heart of the small market town of Battle, opposite the historic site of the 1066 Battle of Hastings. There is free Optic WiFi. The... read more
£ 75.00View Rates
BN27 1AL, Hailsham, 19 High Street
Situated in the heart of Hailsham, The Corn Exchange offers a vibrant cafe, traditional bar and modern bedrooms, and is only a 20-minute drive from Eastbourne. The Corn Exchange cafe serves a modern bistro menu,... read more
£ 44.00View Rates
BN24 6EJ, Pevensey, 2-4 Eastbourne Road
This traditional, 19th-century inn offers rooms with private bathrooms and free WiFi, a real ale bar, and a restaurant serving hearty, home cooked cuisine. Pevensey Bay’s beach is just 5 minutes’ walk away. Pevensey Bay... read more
£ 47.00View Rates
BN22 7AQ, Eastbourne, 60 Royal Parade
The New England is in a quiet area, looking out to Eastbourne's seafront. It offers award-winning guest accommodation in light, modern en suite rooms. Free WiFi and free on-street parking is available. The New England... read more
£ 82.50View Rates
BN27 4RU, Herstmonceux, Posey Green, Windmill Hill,
Located in the picturesque town of Herstmonceux, the Horseshoe Inn is 2 miles from the famous Royal Greenwich Observatory and Herstmonceux Castle with spectacular and panoramic views of the Pevensey Levels. The Horseshoe Inn has... read more
£ 44.50View Rates
RH18 5EZ, Forest Row, The Square
Situated in the picturesque village of Forest Row on the edge of Ashdown Forest, Brambletye Hotel is less than 5 miles from East Grinstead Rail Station. Guests can enjoy a full English breakfast, as well... read more
£ 50.00View Rates
BN7 1XE, Lewes, High Street
Dating back to the 16th century, this former coaching inn rests in the heart of the picturesque and historic Lewes. The White Hart Hotel offers modern facilities, whilst keeping its old world charm. Rich with... read more
BN3 4GR, Brighton & Hove, 153 Kingsway
Situated on Brighton Seafront, Best Western Princes Marine Hotel has a traditional restaurant and views across the English Channel. There is limited private parking, free fibre optic WiFi and a 24-hour front desk. The bright... read more
BN5 9DB, Henfield, High Street
Situated in a quiet village just 33 miles from London and 12 miles from Brighton, this 16th Century former coaching inn offers 4-star accommodation with free Wi-Fi and free parking. Nestled in this Grade II... read more
BN3 3JE, Brighton & Hove, 19/27 The Drive
This Victorian hotel sits on a tree-lined avenue a 2-minute walk from the seafront and offers free WiFi. Each en suite room at The Courtlands Hotel has a flat-screen TV and free toiletries. Guests can... read more
£ 59.00View Rates
BN2 1PB, Brighton & Hove, 4 New Steine
The stylish Square Hotel is in a Grade II listed building, boasting a location in the fashionable Kemp Town, just off the seafront in a Regency garden square. Free WiFi is available in all areas.... read more
£ 125.00View Rates
BN2 1QE, Brighton & Hove, 17 Upper Rock Gardens
Situated in Brighton’s Kemp Town and 5 minutes’ walk to the pier, Colson House offers en suite bedrooms themed around a 20th-century movie icon. Free Wi-Fi access is also available. A TV, DVD player and... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
BN2 1TL, Brighton & Hove, 19-23 Marine Parade
The New Madeira is centrally located on the Brighton seafront, opposite the Brighton Pier. There is free Wi-Fi in all areas. Each bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee facilities. The New... read more
£ 69.61View Rates
Where to Stay At
You can choose to stay at coastal towns, inland or near major markets on budget in East Sussex. There are many cheap first-rate b&b hotels that offer spectacular customer care services here. It is a fantastic idea to stay in a self-catering cottage especially if you are visiting the countryside on a budget. Another cheap accommodation option is camping in the serene countryside of East Sussex.
It is excellent to spend a night or two in East Sussex’s countryside region of Ditchling. The ancient village has a deep history that dates back to 765 AD. Seek a cheap and first-class bed and breakfast hotel nearby and learn more about this village. Alternatively, you can choose to stay in Glynde which is home to a splendid Elizabethan manor known as Glynde Place.
The list of villages where you can get cheap accommodation is endless. You can choose to settle in Northiam village which stretches along A268 making it perfect for commuting. If you are on budget, it is great to seek a b&b hotel in Lewes. Lewes is a renowned market town that is not far away from London. Alternatively, history lovers should consider finding a fantastic house tin Mayfield or Brightling village during their stay in East Sussex.
Living near the Coast
Both the sea air and the calming breeze in East Sussex’s coastal towns are ideal for summer basking especially when you are on a romantic date. If you want such an experience, it is advisable to seek a cheap accommodation option in Brighton. The town offer several detached, semi-detached, and terraced housing units that houses occasional visitors. Alternatively, you can choose to stay in a more modern house at Richmond Parade and Connaught Mews.
Hove is another fantastic seaside resort town to stay in. If you need services from a spa or a boutique, then staying in Hove will come in handy; the town is surrounded by many shopping grounds and gorgeous facilities. Many know Hove for its Regency architecture and tree-lined avenues. Other modern homes for temporary accommodation are situated in Sovereign Harbour, Eastbourne. Nonetheless, it is a great idea to stay in Rye or Hastings.
If you are a nature lover, settling in Crowborough which is in High Weald is a fantastic move. It is well connected to major cities by the road.
Navigating Around East Sussex
East Sussex has excellent road interconnections; it is served by M26, M25, M23, and M20 as well as A roads. It is, therefore, easy to access major cities such as London while you are in this destination. You can choose to travel to London using the train which is fast and convenient. Alternatively, taking a flight at Gatwick Airport and Brighton Airport (both are in West Sussex) will guarantee you faster and better travelling.
Reasons to Stay or Visit East Sussex
Touring East Sussex is a pleasing idea; you will get magnificent views from the well-known Seven Sister chalk cliffs. Visiting Ashdown Forest in East Sussex is another fabulous idea; it is one of the reasons why the county attracts many visitors. There is so much wildlife here. Good news is that the county is easily accessible. You can use the steam train or navigate using the road.
There are many reasons why you should stay in East Sussex which is one of the most visited destinations in the country. You will enjoy the serene environment in some of the county’s stunning villages. Also, you will have a simple task finding cheap b&b hotels here that will suit your budget.
East Sussex is perfect for summer getaways. Spend your vacation boating; there are many places with row-boats and peddles for rent. There are many accommodation choices in this county ranging from b&b hotels to traditional cottages.