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74 Bayside Cove Pevensey Bay Holiday Park 6

Pevensey, East Sussex, South of England

74 Bayside Cove Pevensey Bay Holiday Park From £833 Availability

Overlooking the beautiful bay of Pevensey with direct beach access this exquisite mobile home holds a prime position on the park.

# No Pets
# 2 Bedrooms plus Sofa Bed on request
# Direct Beach Access with views across the bay
# Beach Side Veranda
# Indoor Pool & Children's Paddling Pool
# Restaurant
# Gym
# Launderette
# Family Bar
# Adventure Playground
# Free Wi Fi
# Flexible Dining
# Towels and Linen Included

The Space:
Beach fronted beautifully designed mobile home with a spacious lounge leading out through patio doors to a South Facing, raised decked area with rattan seating overlooking the beach. The lounge has a large corner sofa, a flat screen Smart TV, fitted gas fireplace.

There is a dining area with a table and chairs to seat four guests adjacent to a modern fitted kitchen with an integrated gas hob and Newworld oven, full sized fridge and freezer, microwave oven and Nespresso coffee machine, the kitchen has an array of pots, pans, plates, glasses and serving dishes to ensure this is a real home from home experience.

There are two modern bedrooms, the master bedroom has a king-sized bed, wall mounted T.V, dressing area, fitted wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom with a full-sized bath, low level wash hand basin and W.C. Bedrooms two has twin beds and fitted wardrobes with drawers under.

There is an additional bathroom adjacent to bedroom two with a shower, low level wash hand basin and W.C.

This property has gas central heating and free Wi-Fi as standard.

There is space to the side of the mobile home for two cars.

A great space to relax and really unwind!

The holiday site comprises of integrated roadways and walkways, providing easy access to the warren of private retreats, situated adjacent to the private beach. There is an indoor swimming pool, gym, arcades, children's entertainment, clubhouse with restaurant and bar. As well as launderette, Football, and sports court, plus evening entertainment.

The site is a short walk from the stunning Sovereign Harbour Marina, and further down Eastbourne's promenade - the landmark Victorian pier.

Important: Our properties are protected by SUPERHOG - a globally recognised trust and safety company that allows hosts and guests to confidently transact.

Please note that once you have booked, you will be contacted directly by SUPERHOG to complete your booking validation, which includes ID verification and optional damage waiver. You will be asked for a non-refundable £35 damage waiver covering you for any accidental damage caused during your stay. There is also an option to opt out.
If you have chosen to pay the damage waiver you must let us know so that we do not hold our normal damage deposit of £200 as per the listing details on the day you check out of our property. If we do not hear from you our normal damage deposit will be held as pending and returned to you within 14 days of your check out date.

Guest Access:
Entry instructions will be given 3 days prior to your check in date.

The Neighborhood:
To the west of 1066 country stands Pevensey Bay on the coast. Pevensey Bay is famously known as William of Normandy's landing place in 1066. Pevensey Bay is an old fishing village founded in the 1600's as Wallsend, the end of the sea wall from Eastbourne.
Pevensey village is located on a ridge of land, which juts out onto marshland and until the 13th Century the marshes were an inlet of the sea. Over time the large bay was gradually cut off from the sea by shingle and today the marshes known as Pevensey Levels, a large nature reserve, stretches for miles behind the shingle beach.
Several Martello towers were erected along the bay at the beginning of the 19th century against Napoleonic attack.
In the early 1900's the village became a holiday resort it is today with much of the coastline development started in the 1930's. Today it is a popular tourist attraction with the nearby historical Pevensey Castle.
Pevensey Bay is well known today to all sailing enthusiasts. The local sailing club offers a variety of classes of boats and has a full programme of racing. The inspiring 31-mile 1066 Country Walk starts at Pevensey Castle, winds its way to Herstmonceux, through Battle and across the countryside to Rye.

Getting Around:
• Eastbourne Beach - 39-minute walk
• Sovereign Harbour - 43-minute walk
• Pevensey Bay Beach - 3-minute walk
• Pevensey Castle - 21-minute walk
• Eastbourne Harbour - 36-minute walk
• Eastbourne Pier - 4.5 mi / 7.3 km
• Beachy Head - 7.8 mi / 12.5 km
• Seven Sisters - 9.3 mi / 14.9 km
• London (LGW-Gatwick) 55-min drive
• Pevensey Bay Station 10-min walk
• Pevensey and Westham Station 7-min driv

Other Things to Note:
Lost keys will be charged at £25.00 per set.
Park Facilities are fully open during peak times: March to October with some limited facilities open during the winter. Passes to enable guests full use of the gym, indoor swimming pool, entertainment programme, family bar, and all weather sports pitch, cost an additional:
Off Peak 3/4 Nights-Adults £15 & Kids £10
Off Peak 7 Nights-Adults £25 & Kids £15
Peak 3/4 Nights-Adults £25 & Kids £20
Peak 7 Nights-Adults £40 & Kids £35

You can purchase the pass from the main reception area just across the road from the holiday home. There are very limited facilities during off peak times, however don't forget the beach is just a stones throw from the mobile home and is great in the winter too. You could enjoy the surf during the blustery weather or wrap up warm and take a walk along the long and beautiful bay. Eastbourne, Battle and Hastings are also great winter places to explore.

Interaction with Guests:
A phone number will be provided for you along with your check in instructions.

Located in Pevensey, this chalet is on the beach. Redoubt Fortress and Military Museum and Eastbourne Bandstand are cultural highlights, and some of the area's attractions include Treasure Island and Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway Adventure Park. Traveling with kids? Consider Observatory Science Centre, or check out an event or a game at Priory Lane.

A9 - Camber Sands Holiday Park - Chalet - Sleeps 6 - Close to f 6

Camber, East Sussex, South of England

A9 - Camber Sands Holiday Park - Chalet - Sleeps 6 - Close to f From £630 Availability

A beautifully renovated chalet situated at the heart of the park opposite the swimming pools, with open grassy areas all around. . The property is a home from home and is comfortable, private and an enjoyable place to spend a break away or for family occasions. The two double bedrooms sleep, 4 plus a sofa bed in the lounge for another 2. The kitchen and living room is open plan to allow a sociable cooking experience. The bathroom boasts a bath with over shower, toilet and sink.

PLEASE NOTE - All Facilities, restaurants and shops will be closed from 14th November 2022 and will reopen Friday 10th Feb 2023. There may be disruption to utilities during this time as the park will be carrying out scheduled maintenance.

LOUNGE – Homely living area. Freestanding sofas provide comfortable seating to watch TV and enjoy time with the family. Additional sleeping with pull out sofabed. Dining table & 4 Chairs.

KITCHEN – Lots of worktop and cupboard space equipped with everything you may need if you choose to stay in and cook. 3/4 fridge freezer. Washing Machine.

BEDROOMS – Spacious Master bedroom with double bed, Second bedroom with double bed, Sofa bed in living room

BATHROOMS – Bathroom has bath and over-shower, toilet and sink.

PARKING - Short distance away on a first come first served basis

DISTANCE TO PLAY AREA - 1-2 minute walk
DISTANCE TO BEACH - 4-5 minute walk.

PETS - Not pet friendly

All bookings include linen and towels dressed onto the beds plus a cleaning pack.


N.B. Please note that during the winter a small dog stays at the property but the rest of the year the property is pet free.

Lead booker must be at least 25 years old.
Any bookings with all adults must contact us in advance to be approved due to the property being on a family holiday park.
Suitable for children (2-12 years)
Suitable for infants (under 2 years)
Not Suitable for pets
No smoking
No parties or events

Located in Rye, this chalet is near the beach. Rye Golf Club and Gusbourne Estate are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those looking for area attractions can visit Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Light Railway and Romney Sands Station. Rye Farm World and Marsh Maize Maze are also worth visiting. Discover the area's water adventures with fishing nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with cycling.

Alfriston Woodland Cabins - Foxes Hollow-Hot Tub 4

Alfriston, East Sussex, South of England

Alfriston Woodland Cabins - Foxes Hollow-Hot Tub From £1554 Availability

Nestled in woodland within the South Downs National Park - Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with a relaxing hot tub for the duration of your stay (minimum 2 nights).

One of two architecturally designed oak framed cabins within a stones throw of the historic and beautiful village of Alfriston.

Experience local wildlife outside your window, inhale the fresh country air and be amazed at the surrounding countryside, which has so much to offer.

Welcome to Foxes Hollow, with our new wood fired hot tub, we hope you enjoy your stay within our woodland. This is the perfect place to relax and explore. Child friendly, with friends, or simply a romantic getaway - why not bring your dog too!

Your cabin has a log burner for cosy evenings.
We provide contact free check-in.

With self-catering facilities, you'll find everything you need for a perfect stay. The kitchen has a fridge with freezer, induction hob, microwave/convection oven, a toaster and kettle.

Outside you can enjoy the firepit area (please see extra's) and enjoy the bubbling wood fired hot tub whilst gazing up at the stars.


The cabin has a mezzanine bedroom with a double bed, and there is also an additional comfortable double sofa bed sleeping space.

There is a bathroom, which has a toilet, sink and a walk-in shower.

Linen, towels and a hair dryer are all included to make your stay more enjoyable.

Explore and let your adventure start here!

Optional Extra's:
* Wood fired hot tub £50 per night for the duration of your stay (e.g 3 night stay £150) - please note hot tub stays are a minimum of 2 nights
* Adult bike hire £15 for the day and £10 for any additional consecutive days (09:15 to 18:00)
* Fresh eggs from our chickens £2 (6 eggs) or 2 for £1, whenever available
* Firepit / BBQ hire, accessories, a sack of wood & kindling £20, why not add some of our own sausages – we have a pack of Cumberland at £4 a packet, or Bacon at £3, for you to enjoy on the BBQ or take home
* Additional sack of logs £8
* Pure apple juice pressed from our own orchard £3.50 per litre or 3 for £10
* Home made jam, marmalade or chutney £2.50
* Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome for an additional £5 per night (1 large/medium dog or 2 small is suitable for the cabin)
* Late check in/out of £15 (subject to availability)
* We offer electric car charging to our guests by invitation and charge a per kwh rate

We also offer a drinks selection of:
Rathfinny Sparkling Classic Cuvee 75cl
Long Man Brewery - Helles Lager 330ml, Best Bitter 500ml and Long Blonde 500ml
Bottle of red (Malbec)
Bottle of White (Sauvignon)
Bottle of Prosecco

Main House Rules:
- Check-in time is 3:00 pm and check-out is 10:30 am.
- Smoking/Vaping is not allowed
- There are on-site parking facilities available at the property (one space per cabin)
- Please abide by the hot tub safety guidelines

Please note there is a mezzanine area with step access.

Please do contact us if we can help at all

This cabin is located in Polegate. The area's natural beauty can be seen at South Downs National Park and Shinewater Park, while Newhaven Museum and Hailsham Pavilion are cultural highlights. Drusillas Park and The English Wine Centre are also worth visiting.

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Robertsbridge, East Sussex, South of England

Barn in Sussex From £612 Availability

This stylish cottage is conveniently located in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in a rural location on the edge of the village of Roberstbridge, a pretty Sussex village with a local pub, shops and restaurant. Those looking to soak up the local culture can enjoy Battle Abbey, the site of William the Conquerors most famous victory in 1066 and which is just a five mile drive away or slightly further afield is Bodiam Castle, a picture perfect moated castle. Keen gardeners will love exploring nearby Pashley Manor Gardens and Great Dixter, and for families the beautiful Sussex coastline is just 10 miles away with gentle shelving beaches, water sports, cycle trails or just a simple stroll around the promenade. Enter the cottage through the front door which opens into the warm and cosy hallway with space for dropping off muddy boats and coats. The hallways lead through to a light and airy open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with views over the garden. The lounge area has a wood burner, two comfy sofas, an armchair and a Smart TV with freesat for catching up on your favourite programmes. There is a table suitable for seven people to dine at and the kitchen area has all the equipment you would expect, including an electric oven and hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine. Completing the ground floor is a twin bedroom and a bathroom with hand held shower attachment over bath and WC. Stairs from the hallway lead up to the first floor where there are two bedrooms: A super king size with an en suite shower and WC and a further twin bedroom. French doors in the lounge, lead out to a fully enclosed south facing patio area with a patio table and chairs, a charcoal BBQ and wood fired pizza oven. There is private parking for two cars.

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Battle, East Sussex, South of England

Barn in Sussex From £555 Availability

Renowned for the famed 1066 Battle of Hastings that took place in its very own landscapes, Battle is a truly intriguing town brimming with history and charm. Being home to a great number of restaurants, shops and tea rooms as well makes Battle a fantastic holiday destination. Keen walkers and four legged friends can also take advantage of the numerous beautiful gardens and National trust grounds which surround the village. This central location places visitors perfectly for also visiting Rye, Hastings, Bexhill and numerous other wonderful locations including Pashley Manor House. A small pebble courtyard brings you to a charming original stable door. Beautifully decorated throughout, the vaulted ceiling and original beams create a striking view upon entering. The open plan lounge/dining space greets you with its bright and airy interior, a great place to relax on the comfortable sofa whilst watching films on the 26 flat screen SmartTV with Freeview & Netflix. The dining table and chairs close by makes for a delightful social environment in which to enjoy home cooked meals which have been whipped up in the bespoke, well equipped kitchenette, with a two ring electric hob, fridge, combination microwave, toaster, sink and washing machine. Retreat after a long day to the master bedroom which features a super king size bed with sumptuous cotton bed linen, comfy pillows and cosy throws perfect for snuggling up in. In this room there are also bedside tables, lights, a large wardrobe, dressing table, mirror and hair dryer. The shower room, also on this floor, has a walk in power shower, WC, basin, heated towel rail and mirror. Due to the nature of the building, there is limited headroom in the shower room. Large patio doors lead onto a charming private garden area complete with a bistro table, umbrella and chairs, the perfect spot for unwinding after a long day exploring and enjoying a meal al fresco in the pretty surroundings.

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Frant, East Sussex, South of England

Barn in Sussex From £866 Availability

Located in an idyllic position at the end of a lane, this property benefits from the peace and tranquillity of the countryside. Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there is an abundance of walks on the doorstep, along with several nearby villages and towns offering traditional English pub lunches. The popular spa town of Tunbridge Wells is nearby, which boasts a wide range of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. Leave your coats and boots in the entrance hall and continue through to the main living area. This spacious and bright area features a terracotta tiled floor, high ceiling, spot lighting and French windows opening to the garden. In the kitchen you will find a single oven and induction hob, microwave, dishwasher, and fridge with ice compartment. Dine at the handmade oval table overlooking the fields outside before retreating to the cosy sitting area for the rest of the evening. Here there are two comfortable sofas and an armchair, perfect for unwinding in front of the cosy wood burner. In the built in cupboards you will find a selection of books, DVDs, games and TV/DVD player to make use of throughout your stay. There is a twin bedroom with built in cupboards, mirrors and an en suite wet room with shower and WC, plus a bedroom with king size bed and an en suite bathroom with shower over bath and WC. Two steps down from the hall, is the spacious master suite which has a king size bed, with a comfortable sofa, TV, en suite shower with large shower cubicle and WC, and French windows opening out to a private patio area overlooking the fields. Outside on the large brick paved patio area there is a round cafe style table to seat six. Here you can enjoy summer BBQs and morning coffees overlooking the stunning fields and woodland beyond.

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Ticehurst, East Sussex, South of England

Barn in Sussex From £459 Availability

Ideally situated in the pretty East Sussex village of Ticehurst, with easy access to several good pubs makes this a great place for exploring the Kent and Sussex countryside. Enjoy cycling around Bewl Waters and Bedgebury Pinetum Forest. Those looking to soak up the local culture can enjoy a visit to Batemans, the former home of Rudyard Kipling or nearby Scotney Castle. Keen walkers can take advantage of numerous footpaths that lead straight from the front door and criss cross the beautiful High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Ideally located for keen gardeners with Pashley Manor Gardens, King John s Nursery and Great Dixter House & Gardens all within a short drive of the cottage and those wishing to venture slightly further afield, a trip to the coastal towns of Bexhill, Hastings, Eastbourne and Rye makes for a great day out. A private pathway leads up to this pretty cottage which is located in the owner s grounds. Enter the front door into a bright and airy lounge/kitchen/diner. The cosy lounge area is the perfect place to curl up on the sofa after a busy day exploring and catch up on your favourite TV programmes on the TV or relax with a good book. The kitchen is equipped with an electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer and washing machine, perfect for preparing romantic meals which can then be enjoyed at the dining table and chairs. The bedroom offers a sumptuous double bed and the property is completed with an en suite shower room with shower and WC. Heading outside there is a pretty courtyard garden which guests will have sole use of and is the perfect sun trap for enjoying alfresco meals at the patio table and chairs. There is private parking for two cars.

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Maresfield, East Sussex, South of England

Barn in Sussex From £2017 Availability

Located on the edge of the Ashdown Forest, in the pretty village of Maresfield and under 0.25 miles to the village pub and shop, this spacious property is ideally situated for family get togethers. Enjoy scenic walks right from the doorstep, following local footpaths that meander through the beautiful countryside. Enjoy a family day out at nearby Sheffield Park and Gardens, home of the Bluebell Railway, where you can take a steam train ride through the Ashdown Forest and on to East Grinstead. Winnie the Pooh enthusiasts can enjoy a game of Pooh sticks at nearby Pooh Corner, and for more family fun take a trip down to the Sussex coast where there are a wide choice of beaches at Eastbourne, Saltdean and Brighton. The local Bluebell Vineyard offers tours and tastings at a reduced rate for guests staying at Bramshill The property is a stand alone holiday home located on the owners small holding with the opportunity to explore 10 acres of woodland belonging to the owners. Enter the property into the hallway where there is space for dropping off shoes and coats, and head into the very large open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with breathtaking views of the countryside beyond. Relax on one of the comfortable sofas, light the wood burner on a chilly evening, and curl up with a good book, or watch your favourite programmes on the Smart TV after a busy day exploring. Tucked away just off the lounge is a quiet sitting area with a sofa bed (please enquire if this is required when booking). The spectacular kitchen offers everything you will need for creating delicious family meals including an electric professional range master with induction hob and double fan assisted ovens, large fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, wine chiller, boiling water tap, and coffee machine. There is plenty of seating for everyone around the dining table and check out the unique breakfast bar designed by the owner !. A wet room with shower and WC and a utility area with a washing machine and tumble dryer complete the ground floor. Heading upstairs you will find four bedrooms, two king size master bedrooms, both with the luxury of a free standing bath in which to relax and admire the glorious views, they also have TV's, and en suite shower rooms with shower and WC. The remaining two bedrooms are two family suites with a king size bed and a high sleeper single bed, TV's and they share a Jack and Jill shower room with a shower and WC. The spacious landing area is light and airy and offers a place for children to pull up a bean bag, get out the board games or watch the Smart TV. There is also a ladder (with a safety lock) that leads up to a secret den area where teenagers can chill out playing the Xbox 1. There are stair gates at both the top and the bottom of the stairs for added safety and to help keep pets on the ground floor. Outside, there is an extensive enclosed garden which is east facing and is a real sun trap, it offers a number of seating areas which are ideal to relax in after a busy day exploring or enjoy sociable family mealtimes with the gas BBQ. There is also private parking for up to four cars. The property has been lovingly designed and renovated by the owners with many unique features for you to uncover and enjoy and make some amazing holiday memories. Dogs are very welcome but are restricted to the ground floor only and not allowed on the furniture. Stair gates are fitted for your conveneince

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Hastings, East Sussex, South of England

Barn in Sussex From £1860 Availability

Set on the outskirts of the village of Guestling, this property is ideally situated for exploring the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty where keen walkers can enjoy a multitude of footpaths straight from the front door. The property lies between the pretty medieval town of Rye, (6miles) famous for its cobbled streets, smuggling stories and local nature reserve at Rye Harbour, and nearby Hastings (5miles) where the Old Town has shops, cafes and restaurants, coupled with seaside attractions. Explore the ruins of Hastings Castle or take a trip up the East Hill funicular, the steepest in England for fantastic views along the coastline. Those looking to venture slightly further afield can visit the many Castles, and Gardens in the surrounding areas. As you enter this converted stable block you are greeted with the mesmerising open panoramic countryside, which is framed within a picture window, with a bench seat for relaxation, whilst the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner layout fosters group entertainment as well as spaces for individual quietude. To the far left is the kitchen which is well equipped with a gas hob, electric oven, dishwasher, Smeg fridge/freezer, and espresso machine. A cloakroom is conveniently located off the kitchen with a WC and a separate utility room offers a washer/dryer. The dining area adjacent to the kitchen provides comfortable seating to enjoy meals together. To the far right, the boating lake is captured within the picture window in the cosy lounge area which offers comfortable seating, a Smart TV, DVD player, and a selection of rainy day games. The wood burner creates restful warmth and complements the underfloor heating for cooler months. A spiral staircase leads you up to the first floor where there are two bedrooms. A super king size master bedroom and a king size bedroom, both of which are zip and link beds and can be converted into twin rooms upon request. The master bedroom also offers an additional sofa which is ideal for reading or relaxation. Both bedrooms share the Jack and Jill en suite bathroom which has double vanity unit, a Bluetooth touch sensor mirror for enjoying music whilst relaxing in the shower over whirlpool bath and WC. Heading outside you will find multiple areas to relax and curl up with a good book, enjoy the local wildlife and the panoramic countryside views. A secluded patio area offers a patio table and chairs, charcoal BBQ, a chiminea and bench, whilst a sun bathing deck with four sun loungers is the perfect spot for soaking up the sunshine. There is a tree platform nestled around an ancient oak tree for wildlife watching and as the evening draws in why not occupy the seating around the fire pit and toast some marshmallows whilst enjoying a spot of stargazing. For a unique experience enjoy a ride on the owners Aqua Cycle pontoon pedal boat which is moored next to a jetty and cycle across the boating lake soaking up this beautiful part of High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There is private parking for two cars.

Bensfield Treehouse 2

East Sussex, South of England

Bensfield Treehouse From £1253 Availability

This luxury Sussex treehouse is simply perfect for a stylish and secluded romantic getaway. Whether you are celebrating or want a romantic trip away, this is the ideal Treehouse for you!

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