Lodges in East Sussex3 properties found

Pevensey Bay Holiday Park

Pevensey, East Sussex
  • Bar
  • Childrens play area
  • Close to the sea
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool
  • Wifi
Pevensey Bay Holiday Park is located on the Sussex coastline between Eastbourne and Hastings, a great spot to enjoy the coastline attractions. The park itself has many family attractions on offer including an indoor swimming pool, bar, restaurant and a direct beach access. You also have the wonderful Waterfront at S...
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The Buzzardry at Marklye

Heathfield, East Sussex
  • BBQ
  • Lakeside lodges
  • Romantic
  • Tennis
  • Wifi
  • Woodburner
The Buzzardry at Marklye is a stunning 2 bedroom treehouse in East Sussex with amazing views over the surrounding woodlands and private lakes, perfect for a luxurious break. Inside there is a fully equipped kitchen, lounge area with TV, woodburner, and two en-suite bathrooms with showers. Outside a decking area...
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Bensfield Treehouse

Wadhurst, East Sussex
  • Romantic
  • BBQ
  • Wifi
  • Woodburner
Bensfield Treehouse is a luxurious holiday getaway, perfect for a romantic break in the secluded countryside, with 44 acres of private fields and woodlands all around to explore, and a choice of public footpaths. Access via the rope bridge is a unique way to start your stay, complete with a complimentary hamper that...
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If you are planning a lodge or log cabin holidays in East Sussex, we have choices that have hot tubs and those with Wi-Fi. Brighton is a major attraction, a seaside town with its famous pier, buying a stick of Brighton Rock, nightlife, shopping in ‘The Lanes’, more family attractions such as ice skating at the Royal Pavilion and Brighton Sea-Life.

Over at Eastbourne a more quieter seaside town, Drusillas is the UK’s best small zoo with over 100 different animals, plus there’s shopping at Little Chelsea which features over 50 independent shops.

Visit the countryside, there plenty of wide-open spaces at the South Downs National park and the East Sussex Falconry at Herstmonceux Castle. Worth to see old villages like Rye, the site of the Battle of Hastings, Bodiam Castle and Alfriston Clergy House, which was the very first National Trust property.


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