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Price and Availability Index in East Sussex
Holiday Letting Price Information in East Sussex
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months in East Sussex. The most expensive prices are in June (29/06 - 06/07). Prices reach an average of £124 per night. On the other hand, in February you will find the cheapest prices (01/02 - 08/02). The average price this week is £92 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in East Sussex
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in East Sussex. In one week of January (11/01 - 18/01), 54% of the holiday homes are booked. On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in October (12/10 - 19/10).
The Weather in East Sussex
Check out the climate diagram for East Sussex. July is the warmest month of the year in East Sussex, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 21°. January is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 4°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is July.
Holiday lettings in East Sussex: Britain's magic landing pad
Since Viking times, East Sussex has been the traditional landing spot for visitors to Britain. Holiday cottages here open their doors onto some of the most magical experiences offered by the island. From castles inhabited by wizards (possibly) to hidden streets and ancient cliffs - a wondrous world awaits.
Castles in the sky
Herstmonceux Castle featured in Harry Potter, but that's not why most people come. This stunning 15th century moated castle is accessed via a draw bridge, surrounded by 121 hectares of land for you to explore, including butterfly and formal gardens. Events include concerts throughout spring and summer, theatre in the late summer, and Medieval Festival Weekend at the end of August. The entire family will find the castle (which is also a university campus) stimulating and fun.
Brighton Pier is one of Britain's most iconic locations. A pleasure playground for over 100 years, it is a landmark both on the island's coastline and in the nation's identity. Filled with roller coasters, ice cream vendors and games for children, you can easily spend an entire day frolicking on the Pier.
The UK's highest chalk sea cliff, you'll find Beachy Head and its equally famous lighthouse amidst the rolling green South Downs and Seven Sisters Country parks. Kites, seabirds and spirits soar at this dramatic location immortalised by poet Charlotte Smith: "On thy stupendous summit, rock sublime! That o'er the channel reared..."
A dreamlike place, the Royal Pavilion is an eastern palace in England. A pleasure dome for King George IV, its architecture combines Regency glamour with visual tropes from China and India. Exotic to a fault, this strange hotchpotch of styles coheres in a mesmerising effusion of decadence that sweeps visitors away.
Seven Sisters Country Park
As though whipped up by the ocean wind, the undulating greenery of this unparalleled national park stretches to the horizon. Putting you in touch with an immense moment of history, through its monolithic scale, the white cliffs fall into the ocean like a great tidal wave. Explore 280 hectares of river valleys, open grassland and unspoilt beach.
Brighton's jaunty, vaguely piratical atmosphere can be traced to its Laines, hidden veins of the city's culture. Here you'll find a colourful array of independent shops, cafes and entertainments like markets and public performances. Some of the most vivid pubs and restaurants nestle here, just minutes stroll from the seafront.
East Sussex Falconry
Discover the grace and majesty of these birds of prey at your private falconry demonstration. Hold a falcon yourself and learn all about bird handling and the behaviour and history of raptors and owls. The Sulter family are your guides to this incredible experience synonymous with the nature and history of Britain's south coast.
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