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Read on to discover some of the local attractions you can explore and enjoy while staying at one of our cottages in Sussex. East Sussex benefits from a charming mix of attractive coastline and unspoilt countryside.
From the holiday cottages Sussex offers you are never far from the sea; dramatic white cliffs drop to secluded rocky bays, and shingle beaches give way to swathes of golden sand in this part of the world.
At its eastern-most boundary, the beautifully preserved port of Rye looks down on the surrounding countryside. The medieval town has a rich maze of cobbled streets lined with many ancient and interesting buildings that bear testimony to its eventful past as one of England's five Cinque Ports guarding the Channel approaches. Centuries ago, Winchelsea was a major port. Today the sea has receded, but echoes of its colourful history still resonate from the ancient buildings, stone town gates and magnificent church of cathedral proportions. The Edwardian resort of Bexhill on Sea, home to the De La Warr Pavilion, is one of England's finest examples of Modernist movement architecture and has become a major centre for contemporary arts. Its neighbour, Hastings, has long had a close relationship with the sea and, though its fishing industry has declined, it still has Europe's largest beach-launched fishing fleet. ... Read More »