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Sussex Bed and Breakfast accommodation at amazing prices

  • Compare and choose from our collection of Sussex B&Bs and Sussex boutique hotels
  • Options range from small independent Sussex hotels to family-run guest houses where you will be looked after by the owner.
  • In all cases, you will have a comfy bed, breakfast will be prepared for you, and you will be given help and advice on travel and local visitor attractions. 

We have affordable and often more characterful alternatives to staying in larger Sussex hotels. Use the form above to check availability and prices.

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Sussex Visitor information

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An Introduction to Sussex

Sussex is home to many battlements and ruins with some historic houses and gardens with a wide variety of landscapes, from the coastal plains with its beaches, to the South Downs and The Weald with their forests and miles of country walks. There are both small villages and large cities in the region.

Things to do in Sussex

You could visit Arundel Castle, or take a walk on the South Downs Way. You can also visit the historic sites of Fishbourne Roman Palace and the battlefield of the Battle of Hastings. Enjoy the Pallant House Gallery in Chichester which houses one of the most significant collections of 20th century British art outside London. Take time to discover the 80km of coast, including Wittering and Beachy Head. 

Travelling to Sussex

By Train

Regular Southern and First Capital Connect rail services operate from London Victoria and London Bridge stations direct to Sussex with connecting services from London Gatwick and Luton airports, Brighton, Eastbourne and Newhaven Port. The majority of train services are provided by Southern and South Eastern.

By Bus and Coach

National Express coach services operate both to and in the area with connections to local services. Local bus operators include Metrobus, Stagecoach and Arriva.

By Air

Sussex benefits from direct road and rail services connecting to London Gatwick Airport and Shoreham (Brighton City) Airport.

By Car

With easy access from the M25 London orbital motorway the A24, M23, A23 and A22 routes will bring you to Sussex from the North, with the A27 running between Worthing, Brighton and Eastbourne giving links from the east and west. The journey from London is usually about an hour.

History 

Sussex History

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There has been evidence of humans from the Lower Palaeolithic period between 524,000 and 478,000 years ago. Sussex was an industrial county, from the Stone Age, with the early production of flint implements. Much later the use of coal and steam power moved industry nearer to the coalfields of the North and the Midlands. Over fifty Iron Age sites are known throughout the Sussex Downs.

Hastings, in Sussex, was also the site for the famous 1066 Battle of Hastings.

During the Middle Ages Cricket was first played in England in Newenden, Sussex.

The Wealden peasants rose up in revolt on two occasions, the Peasants' Revolt in 1381 under Watt Tyler, and in Jack Cade's rebellion of 1450. The county of Sussex has been divided into East and West since the 12th century.

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