Looking for the best dog friendly cottages in Sussex with hot tubs? There is a great range of idyllic cottages across the Sussex coast and near the South Downs.
The issue nowadays is that there are not many that combine both dogs and hot tubs. It’s usually one or the other and this proves a major problem for dog owners who want luxury whilst still enjoying it with their pets.
Fortunately, we don’t give up that easy! We have searched tirelessly to ensure we have a wonderful selection of luxury dog friendly properties in Sussex with hot tubs for the whole family.
Having spent years searching for self-catering holidays, we have had quite a few happy dog owners! You could say it’s become a real passion of ours!
Sussex is one of our favourite places, the area has a wide selection of luxury accommodations whilst being close to great outdoor activities and attractions. Visit Hastings and Brighton, head into the National park or relax in the quiet countryside with a small village on your doorstep.
Carry on reading to view all of the popular pet friendly hot tub properties in Sussex.
This property has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and an open plan kitchen/diner. Facilities include a utility cupboard with a washing machine and dryer, a highchair and a fully enclosed garden. There’s also bike storage, table tennis, an outdoor shower and a hot tub.
The seaside town of Rye is just 3 miles and has a great range of shops, pubs and eateries to try. You can head further afield to Bodiam Castle and Port Lyme Safari Park for a brilliant day out.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,909 – £4,069
This is a fabulous countryside retreat that is family friendly with three bedrooms, two bathrooms and well-equipped kitchen. There is a secure garden with a tiered system, a welcome pack on arrival and free private parking for three vehicles.
There are two golf courses nearby Horam Park, which is three miles, or you can head to Royal Tunbridge Wells, which is 15 miles and has a range of shops, eateries and history to learn
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,005 – £1,405
A delightful holiday cottage on the South Coast which has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open plan diner. The king size master bedroom is located on the ground floor and has an en suite. Outside is a beach style garden including sunbeds, barbeque and hot tub.
The property has its own gate leading down to the beach. The area itself boasts a number of beaches where you can sunbathe, build sandcastles or have a leisurely stroll across the coastline. Whilst in the area why not visit the medieval town of Rye with its quaint shops and boutiques.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £877 – £1,838
This is a stunning holiday property boasting an outdoor swimming pool. It has four bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as a utility room. Outdoor facilities include a large heated swimming pool and a hot tub, and there’s also a table tennis table, trampoline and 5 a-side football.
Nearby attractions include the historic city of Chichester which has a cathedral or you can head to the nearby picturesque village with Arundel Castle and Petworth House which are part of the National Trust’s art collections.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £3,070 – £6,170
A brilliant family friendly holiday home in East Sussex with four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The large accommodation has parking in the garage for one car, a private garden with a wood-fired jacuzzi, bike storage, a smart TV in the lounge and the property is decorated at Christmas.
There’s plenty to see and do locally, you can head into High Weald which is an area of AONB and has an abundance of wildlife, cycling trails and walking routes to try. Or perhaps you love your history and want to venture to Hastings Castle for a memorable day out.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,011 – £2,481
A grade two listed farmhouse with outstanding natural beauty on the doorstep. It has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The farmhouse boasts three large gardens for relaxing with sun loungers, a hot tub and a secret walled garden with stone seating.
This stunning property is ideal for walkers as it is located on the 1066 walk which goes via the town of battle which goes from Pevensey to the medieval town of Rye.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,470 – £3,255
This is a terrific seaside holiday cottage with direct access to the golden beach. This large family friendly rental has five bedrooms, three bathrooms and an open-plan lounge/diner. There is a utility room and outside is a large heated swimming pool and hot tub.
Apart from the seaside on your doorstep, there are plenty of other things to do such as visiting the coastal town of Eastbourne.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £2,676 – £7,916
A stunning detached home close to the South Downs National Park in West Sussex. It’s one of the most popular dog friendly hot tub holidays in Sussex due to its location. It has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open-plan living space. Facilities include a large lawned garden, private hot tub, BBQ facilities and Sky TV in the lounge.
From here, you can visit the cosmopolitan cities of Southampton and Portsmouth with their range of pubs, shops, restaurants and bars. Beacon Hill National Nature Reserve is also another brilliant day out.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £732 – £2,055
This is a stylish contemporary rental that is a stone’s throw away from the sandy beach at Camber. It has a smart TV with Netflix in the lounge, a pirate themed play area, a hot tub and a pizza oven. There is also a large fully enclosed garden that boasts an Indian sandstone patio and bar area.
Take the kids to the Sea Life Centre or jump on the East Hill Cliff Railway both of which are just a short drive and provide terrific days out. You can also explore the cobbled streets of Rye with its antique shops, restaurants and tearooms.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £2,486 – £4,468
This area of the country has it all with its stunning coastlines which offer an abundance of water sports as well as the ‘beach’ style holiday that many of us crave. The area is steeped in history with the Castle at Hastings and the history behind the Battle of Hastings in 1066 one of the main attractions, as is the amazing Brighton for nightlife.
The medieval town of Rye is a ‘must see’ with its quaint shops, golf course, antique market and stunning ancient architecture. Add to that a visit to Leeds Castle and Gardens and you really will have a measure of history across decades.
Dog friendly cottages with hot tubs in Sussex have become increasingly popular due to the many areas of natural beauty in the county and that the local countryside offers walkers a taste of countryside paradise.
We hope you loved the cottages above as much as we do, they were carefully handpicked so you, families, friends, can have a truly memorable stay at these dog friendly holiday cottages in Sussex.
If these coastal breaks and properties weren’t for you, then head back to our pet friendly South of England hot tub cottage page where we list a great variety of other locations for you and your dog.