Dog Friendly Holiday Homes in Sussex
Our range of dog friendly holiday homes in Sussex are the perfect choice for anyone looking for a getaway with their canine companions.
From £160 per night
Only the luckiest pooches will get to enjoy the stylish charms of The Outbuilding, Appledore.
From £275 per night
Your dog had better be Instagram-worthy if you’re going take some holiday snaps of him here.
From £60 per night
This idyllic two year old shepherd’s hut was built by a local craftsman and finished to a high standard and set in the grounds of a Grade II Georgian country …
From £320 per night
Camber Sands Cottage is flooded with bright, coastal light, beautifully decorated in an all-white theme …
From £170 per night
Dogs will love the surrounding countryside, including Romney Marsh – their owners will love the sensitive transformation of this former outbuilding into an open plan….
From £180 per night
A cabin that’s cosy for two, with doggy space too – the Cabin by the River….
From £467-£900 per week
Your furriest friend will love the cosiness and charm of Maltravers Cottage, and you will have all of the many delights of Arundel….
From £120 per night
There are some homes that just ooze sophistication, and the Little Annexe is definitely one of them…
From £125 per night
If you and your dog are looking to sample the best of the Sussex coast, the Beach Hive on dog-friendly Pevensey Bay could be the perfect spot….
From £25 per person per night
There will be no excuse not to go walkies at Fair Oak Farm, which is part of a 12-acre country estate near the town of Mayfield, East Sussex
From £125 per night
Hollie’s House is a bright, sunny, welcoming space that makes everyone feel at home, even your family pooch…
From £375 per night
You and your dog will have a happy stay at Apple Tree House; the village of Easebourne puts miles of beautiful South Downs countryside on your doorstep.
Dog-Friendly Holiday Homes in Sussex
Thanks to the miles of footpaths and bridleways that Sussex offers, this is a great place to holiday with a dog. Perhaps the most famous walk is the South Downs Way, spanning 100 miles between Winchester and the chalk cliffs at Eastbourne – shorter sections of the route area easily accessible too and cover some of the area’s most outstanding countryside, villages and history.
What dog doesn’t love a sandy run on the beach? In Sussex they will be spoilt for choice, thanks to 80 miles of gorgeous coastline. Many of the Sussex’s beaches are dog-friendly all year round, but those that aren’t will generally welcome dogs in the winter months which is also a great time to enjoy the peace, quiet and extra space.
Of course too much exercise can make you very thirsty! Fortunately most of Sussex’s finest country pubs welcome dogs with open arms, and you’ll find dog treats on the bar and a refreshing bowl of water by the door. So choose from our wonderful range of individual, quirky properties, pack your pooch, and plan a break you can all enjoy.