Bed and Breakfast Sussex
If you are looking for bed and breakfast Sussex, you are in luck because the standard of B&Bs in the area is very high indeed. The county attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. There is something for everyone in the county of Sussex especially near the coast. The Brighton and Eastbourne areas are especially attractive for visitors.
As well as some wonderful beaches, there is plenty of culture to enjoy. If you like classical music and opera, Glyndebourne is for you. They hold festivals from May to August and host touring groups during the autumn, so there is always something to enjoy there. There are also many National Trust properties within easy reach of this part of Sussex. Knole, Chartwell and Petworth House, Sissinghurst Castle Garden, Nymans Garden and Sheffield Park Garden are all very nearby. Lewes Castle is another must see for those who enjoy their culture.
In this part of Sussex, you are also right on the doorstep of the beautiful South Downs. They consist of the East Hampshire Downs and Sussex Downs, which are both designated as AONB or Areas of Natural Beauty, so they are outstanding places to visit. You can enjoy many outdoor sports there including horse riding, cycling, hiking and a range of adventure sports.
For families there are zoos, theme parks and petting farms including a lama farm, as well as the beach.
Finding the Best Bed and Breakfast Sussex Has to Offer
The fact that there is so much to do in the county attracts a lot of people to the county. This in turn means that there are plenty of Bed and Breakfast Sussex options available. For tourists this is a good thing, but it can make picking somewhere to stay out of such a long list a bit of a challenge.
The best approach is to key the search term ‘bed and breakfast Sussex +name of town you want to visit’ into Google. Then visit each website until you find a bed and breakfast place you like. The best ones have a range of awards, so continue your search until you find one that has won at least one nationally recognised award.