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.

When the rest of the family are getting away for a short break or holiday, you don’t want to leave your best friend at home. Cabins and Castles have ‘sniffed out’ the best dog-friendly properties in Sussex, so Fido can come too – but not at the expense of style. Many of our owners have thought of everything when it comes to your four-legged friend, with dog towels, beach toys and even doggy hampers. With miles of walks through beautiful countryside and coast to enjoy, your dog will thank you for the extra exercise, while you get to enjoy the fresh air and stunning views.

Hollies House, Chichester, West Sussex

From £125 per night

Open the unassuming front door to Hollie’s House and be immediately transported to a world where the sun is always shining …

The Shepherd’s Hut at Bucks Green

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 …

Fair Oak Farm, Mayfield, East Sussex

From £25 per person per night

Fair Oak Farm is nestled in a 12-acre Sussex country estate near the medieval town of Mayfield in East Sussex. …

The Outbuilding Appledore, Appledore

From £160 per night

Just over the East Sussex border in Kent lies The Outbuilding Appledore in the picturesque village of Appledore …

Camber Sands Cottage, Camber Sands, East Sussex

From £320 per night

Camber Sands Cottage is flooded with bright, coastal light, beautifully decorated in an all-white theme …

The Art Barn, near Liphook

From £100 per night

The Retreat is a recently renovated barn surrounded by beautiful countryside with a wonderfully atmospheric and unusual interior, it is the perfect place to unwind …

The Beach Hive, Pevensey Bay, East Sussex

From £125 per night

If you’re looking to enjoy the best of the Sussex coast, the Beach Hive at Pevensey Bay could just be your ideal holiday retreat …

Maltravers Cottage, Arundel, West Sussex

From £467-£900 per week 

Maltravers Cottage offers all the charm of a country cottage, yet with all the delights of the town of Arundel …

The Crow's Nest, Rye, East Sussex

From £100 per night

It’s not just the ‘Crow’s Nest’ name of this property that hints at Rye’s connection to sea-faring …

West Street Cottage, Rye, East Sussex

From £300 per night

This stunning home in West Street, Rye, is worthy of a visit for interior inspiration alone.

Cabin by the River, Rye, East Sussex

From £180 per night

If you’re looking for a romantic bolthole that is more than a little bit out of the ordinary, the Cabin by the River …

Kingfisher Lodge, Appledore, Kent

From £170 per night

Kingfisher Barn is a wonderful outbuilding sensitively transformed into a spacious …

The Piggery, Sutton, West Sussex

From £175 per night

The Piggery sits next to the owners’ Farmhouse, in the beautiful, peaceful Downland village of Sutton…

Little Annexe at The Old Rectory, West Sussex

From £120 per night

There are some homes that just ooze sophistication, and the Little Annexe is definitely one of them…

Driftwood Beach House, Pagham Beach, West Sussex

From £200 per night

Cosy, supremely comfortable, and overlooking the beach and sea in the historic village of Pagham…

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.