Sussex Hotels

Average price from £35

Hotels in Sussex

The sun always shines in Sussex. At least it shines more often than in any other UK county. And why wouldn’t it when East Sussex and West Sussex have united to offer a wonderful mix of rolling countryside, village greens, dreamy seaside towns, cool culture, world-class wines, and a medieval battlefield you might have heard of once or twice.

Sussex hotels
  • Gatwick Crawley Town (Goff's Park)

    45 Goffs Park Road Crawley West Sussex RH11 8AX
    (15.9 miles) Based on 310 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £42.50
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  • Gatwick Crawley Town West

    Crawley Avenue Gossops Green Crawley RH10 8BA
    (16.1 miles) Based on 595 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £45.50
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  • Littlehampton

    Roundstone Lane East Preston Littlehampton BN16 1EB
    (18.1 miles) Based on 159 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £64.00
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  • London Gatwick Airport (Manor Royal)

    Fleming Way Crawley Business Quarter Crawley RH10 9DF
    (17.5 miles) Based on 1320 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £39.00
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  • London Gatwick Airport South (London Road)

    London Road Lowfield Heath Crawley RH10 9ST
    (17.8 miles) Based on 1090 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £35.00
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  • London Gatwick Airport (A23 Airport Way)

    Longbridge Way Gatwick Airport RH6 0NX
    (19.4 miles) Based on 2535 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £75.00
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  • Brighton City Centre

    144 North Street Brighton East Sussex BN1 1RE
    (5.5 miles) Based on 1934 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £95.50
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  • Chichester

    Chichester Gate Leisure Park Terminus Road Chichester PO19 8EL
    (31.3 miles) Based on 704 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £59.50
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  • London Gatwick Airport East (Balcombe Road)

    1066 Balcombe Road Pound Hill Crawley RH10 3NL
    (17.7 miles) Based on 438 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £46.00
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  • London Gatwick Airport (North Terminal)

    Northway Gatwick North Terminal West Sussex RH6 0PH
    (19.2 miles) Based on 7423 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £76.00
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  • Eastbourne Town Centre

    Terminus Road Eastbourne East Sussex BN21 3DF
    (18.1 miles) Based on 275 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £59.00
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Things to do in Sussex

Battle

At Battle Abbey and Battlefield, those history-defining moments of 1066 are brought back to life with CGI film, an audio tour and more. For those less bloodthirsty, the Duchess Of Cleveland Walled Garden awaits. 

Brighton

It’s with good reason one of our Sussex hotels is smack bang in the middle of Brighton. Full of soul and creativity, there’s nowhere quite like the Lanes for shopping. Hit the beach if the weather’s good; pop inside the magnificent Royal Pavilion if it’s not. Party the night away in one of Brighton’s buzzing and famous gay-friendly bars or clubs. Make sure you try some fresh seafood, too. 

East Beach Cafe

Littlehampton’s oh-so-cool East Beach Cafe, designed by Thomas Heatherwick, serves up freshly caught fish and seafood, and classic English fare. Ingredients are sourced as locally as possible, and they’re all sustainable. How’s that for guilt-free eating? 

Glyndebourne

During the extended intervals at Glyndebourne’s operas, guests can explore the gardens, munch on a picnic and generally soak up the eccentrically English - and very pretty - surroundings. Picnic blanket and plucky evening wear are a must. 

Seven Sisters Country Park

Take a shore walk around Seven Sisters Country Park and see if you can see any shipwrecks. Even if you can’t, the marshland, stunning white cliffs and Meanders should be more than enough to feast your eyes on. 

Michelham Priory

Get involved in some Tudor role play and archery, see England’s longest water-filled moat, and check out the working forge and watermill at Michelham Priory. 

Fishbourne Palace

Fishbourne Palace, the largest Roman home in the UK, is brilliant a museum filled with Roman relics and remains. The Roman Garden Museum is bound to delight the gardening enthusiasts.