Holiday Homes by the Sea in Sussex

We offer a range of holiday homes by the sea in Sussex for the perfect coastal escape.

Sussex boasts the sunniest stretch of coastline in Britain, glorious beaches, and diverse coastal towns and villages – all within an hour and a half of London. At Cabins and Castles, we have hunted out the most interesting, quirky and downright beautiful properties by the Sussex coast, so a stylish weekend seaside break could not be easier. From the ancient medieval port of Rye, now famous for independent shopping and with beautiful Camber Sands on its doorstep, to the cultural delights of Hastings, the dramatic cliffs of Beachy Head, Victorian charm of Eastbourne, bohemian Brighton, and wide open sand dunes of the Witterings, this stretch of coastline offers something for every discerning traveller.

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 …

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 Bolthole on Pagham Beach, West Sussex

From £225 per night

This utterly unique property is a place to breathe, relax, and take in the most incredible of views – The Bolthole is so …

The Townhouse, Arundel, West Sussex

From £738 – £1300 per week

The Townhouse has a typically Georgian, red brick exterior and a cool, calm, understated but fantastically stylish interior 

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 …

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 …

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.

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 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 …

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 …

Flagstones, Middleton on Sea, West Sussex

From £2500 in an off peak week

Flagstones is a stunning home on the beach in the charming village of Middleton on Sea …

Kingfisher Lodge, Appledore, Kent

From £170 per night

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

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…

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.