Holiday Homes by the Sea in Sussex
We offer a range of holiday homes by the sea in Sussex for the perfect coastal escape.
From £380 – £525 a night (4 bedrooms)
Grade II listed ‘Farm Barns’ were once a cart house and thatched dairy barn, now gloriously and extensively renovated to make a stunning holiday home…
From £2,100 per week (Sleeps 19)
The Coach House at Norton Priory forms part of one of the oldest and most interesting buildings on the West Sussex coastal peninsula.
From £300 per night (Sleeps 11)
The Beach House is a newly renovated, super-stylish, coastal getaway – right on the beach on Hayling Island.
From £395 per night (Sleeps 8)
Tucked away on the very tip of the south coast, Crab Cottage’s beach location makes this the most stylish of Sussex beachside homes…
From £795 per night (Sleeps 12)
An Arts & Crafts gem of a house, stylishly and stunning renovated, with art, antiques and quirky finds that make every room a delight for the senses…
From £1,200 per night (Sleeps 12)
Water’s Edge is a holiday property that has everything your heart could wish for and was featured on Grand Designs.
From £320 per night (Sleeps 8-10)
Cloud House shows that style and flair can transform what might (to some) have seemed a somewhat ordinary building, into something utterly unique and special.
From £120 per night (Sleeps 5)
Bosham Cottage is the perfect picture postcard seaside retreat – within easy reach of sailing and harbour…
From £775 per night (Sleeps 14)
The Summer House is the perfect place to assemble a group of family and friends, and brilliantly located for some of the best of Sussex’s coast.
From £215 per night (3 bedrooms)
Smell the fresh sea air and enjoy the huge skies here at the beautifully isolated Walland Cottage; enjoy the minimal simplicity and comfort of the interior. .
From £250 per night (4 bedrooms)
Located just 1 minute’s walk from beautiful Pett Level Beach, this is a stunning seaside four bedroomed home.
From £395 per night (5 bedrooms)
Fans of modern architecture will love this beautifully designed, eco-friendly beach house. Designed by award-winning architects who specialise in coastal homes…
From £190 per night (Sleeps 4)
Just over the East Sussex border in Kent lies The Outbuilding Appledore in the picturesque village of Appledore …
From £150 per night ( Four bedrooms)
The Witterings feature regularly on lists of the most desirable of UK beaches, and The Thatched Cottage at West Wittering puts a quiet corner of this idyllic coast within a stone’s throw – it’s the shortest of walks to a lesser known section of the beach. This house seamlessly blends traditional and modern.
From £195 per night (Three bedrooms)
The village of Appledore is just a short hop to Camber Sands and Rye. Here, Kingfisher Barn has been sensitively transformed into a….
From £100 per night (Sleeps 4)
The Crow’s Nest is the perfect seaside home. Not only the name marks out its sea-faring theme –
From £250 per night (Sleeps 6)
Moments from the quiet beach at Pett Level, and within easy reach of Rye and Camber Sands this beach house is a glorious mix of contemporary cool and convenience..
From £110 per night (Sleeps 2)
Tucked away on a working farm in beautiful Romney Marsh, and just a mile from the sea, the Salty Shepherd has to have one of the most glorious settings it is possible to imagine.
Seaside Holiday Homes in Sussex
Our range of holiday homes by the sea in Sussex are ideal whether you are looking for a converted railway carriage that all but dips its toes in the water of the Pagham Harbour nature reserve, a stunningly designed mix of ancient and modern right in the heart of Rye, or a beach-chic firepit with sea views at Pevensey Bay – our properties have all been personally selected, so we can promise that the most perfect beach escape awaits.
Whatever the season, the Sussex coast will not disappoint. The summer weather means long days soaking up the sun, al fresco dining, surfing, paddle boarding and kite surfing (if that’s your kind of thing) and strolls along the promenade in our lovely traditional seaside towns. But Sussex by the sea is wonderful in winter too, when the crowds disappear and blustery coastal walks take over from seaside strolling. It’s the perfect time of year to explore the independent shops, galleries and cafes that thrive here – or just to hunker down in a traditional, cosy pub and enjoy getting warm by the fire.