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Dog-friendly accommodation on the Sussex coast

With its stunning coastline, beautiful beaches, dramatic cliff-top walks and bustling seaside towns, there’s a wide range of lovely dog-friendly coastal cottages in Sussex to choose from. A range of pet-friendly cottages offering relaxing self-catering accommodation can be found along the stunning Sussex coast, from Bognor Regis in the west to Rye in the east. Dog-friendly coastal cottages in the area include impressive beachside residences, charming bungalows, former fisherman’s cottages, spacious townhouses, seafront cottages and chic apartments. Further inland, you'll find an even bigger selection of dog-friendly Sussex cottages from which to explore this glorious county.

For holidaymakers seeking dog-friendly accommodation Sussex coast properties are perfect for exploring this picturesque and thriving county. The High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the South Downs provide miles of wonderful walks for your canine companions to enjoy, with plenty of relaxing dog-friendly pubs and restaurants along the way.

There are some wonderful spots along the coast of Sussex for you to enjoy with your pets, including a number of dog-welcoming beaches such as Seaford Bay, Holywell, Shoreham-by-Sea and South Lancing. Popular destinations along the coast include Camber Sands, Hastings and Pevensey Bay. Larger towns including Brighton and Eastbourne offer some wonderful places to eat, drink and relax, or you can explore pet-friendly attractions including Sheffield Park Garden, Borde Hill, West Dean Gardens and the 36-acre open-air Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre. Your canine companions can also discover the 400 acres of Petworth Park or the immense Parham Gardens. Other local highlights include Rye Beach and Nature Reserve, Newhaven Fort, Bramber Castle, the True Crime Museum and the 1066 Battle of Hastings, Abbey and Battlefield site.