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22 Log Cabins in East Sussex

This site features top quality log cabin holidays across the UK. Whether you are looking for a romantic luxury lodge with a hot tub, or a nice log cabin with fishing, or where the kids will be constantly active and entertained, just use the menu bar below to show the best selection. From the Scottish Highlands to the tip of Cornwall there are lots of options in our favourite type of self catering accommodation.

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Barn in Sussex 6

Robertsbridge, East Sussex, South of England

Barn in Sussex From £575 Availability

This stylish cottage is conveniently located in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in a rural location on the edge of the village of Roberstbridge, a pretty Sussex village with a local pub, shops and restaurant. Those looking to soak up the local culture can enjoy Battle Abbey, the site of William the Conquerors most famous victory in 1066 and which is just a five mile drive away or slightly further afield is Bodiam Castle, a picture perfect moated castle. Keen gardeners will love exploring nearby Pashley Manor Gardens and Great Dixter, and for families the beautiful Sussex coastline is just 10 miles away with gentle shelving beaches, water sports, cycle trails or just a simple stroll around the promenade. Enter the cottage through the front door which opens into the warm and cosy hallway with space for dropping off muddy boats and coats. The hallways lead through to a light and airy open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with views over the garden. The lounge area has a wood burner, two comfy sofas, an armchair and a Smart TV with freesat for catching up on your favourite programmes. There is a table suitable for seven people to dine at and the kitchen area has all the equipment you would expect, including an electric oven and hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine. Completing the ground floor is a twin bedroom and a bathroom with hand held shower attachment over bath and WC. Stairs from the hallway lead up to the first floor where there are two bedrooms: A super king size with an en suite shower and WC and a further twin bedroom. French doors in the lounge, lead out to a fully enclosed south facing patio area with a patio table and chairs, a charcoal BBQ and wood fired pizza oven. There is private parking for two cars.

Barn in Sussex 2

Battle, East Sussex, South of England

Barn in Sussex From £522 Availability

Renowned for the famed 1066 Battle of Hastings that took place in its very own landscapes, Battle is a truly intriguing town brimming with history and charm. Being home to a great number of restaurants, shops and tea rooms as well makes Battle a fantastic holiday destination. Keen walkers and four legged friends can also take advantage of the numerous beautiful gardens and National trust grounds which surround the village. This central location places visitors perfectly for also visiting Rye, Hastings, Bexhill and numerous other wonderful locations including Pashley Manor House. A small pebble courtyard brings you to a charming original stable door. Beautifully decorated throughout, the vaulted ceiling and original beams create a striking view upon entering. The open plan lounge/dining space greets you with its bright and airy interior, a great place to relax on the comfortable sofa whilst watching films on the 26 flat screen SmartTV with Freeview & Netflix. The dining table and chairs close by makes for a delightful social environment in which to enjoy home cooked meals which have been whipped up in the bespoke, well equipped kitchenette, with a two ring electric hob, fridge, combination microwave, toaster, sink and washing machine. Retreat after a long day to the master bedroom which features a super king size bed with sumptuous cotton bed linen, comfy pillows and cosy throws perfect for snuggling up in. In this room there are also bedside tables, lights, a large wardrobe, dressing table, mirror and hair dryer. The shower room, also on this floor, has a walk in power shower, WC, basin, heated towel rail and mirror. Due to the nature of the building, there is limited headroom in the shower room. Large patio doors lead onto a charming private garden area complete with a bistro table, umbrella and chairs, the perfect spot for unwinding after a long day exploring and enjoying a meal al fresco in the pretty surroundings.

Barn in Sussex 6

Frant, East Sussex, South of England

Barn in Sussex From £820 Availability

Located in an idyllic position at the end of a lane, this property benefits from the peace and tranquillity of the countryside. Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there is an abundance of walks on the doorstep, along with several nearby villages and towns offering traditional English pub lunches. The popular spa town of Tunbridge Wells is nearby, which boasts a wide range of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. Leave your coats and boots in the entrance hall and continue through to the main living area. This spacious and bright area features a terracotta tiled floor, high ceiling, spot lighting and French windows opening to the garden. In the kitchen you will find a single oven and electric hob, microwave, dishwasher, and fridge with ice compartment. Dine at the handmade oval table overlooking the fields outside before retreating to the cosy sitting area for the rest of the evening. Here there are two comfortable sofas and an armchair, perfect for unwinding in front of the cosy wood burner. In the built in cupboards you will find a selection of books, DVDs, games and TV/DVD player to make use of throughout your stay. There is a twin bedroom with built in cupboards, mirrors and an en suite wet room with shower and WC, plus a bedroom with king size bed and an en suite bathroom with shower over bath and WC. Two steps down from the hall, is the spacious master suite which has a king size bed, with a comfortable sofa, TV, en suite shower with large shower cubicle and WC, and French windows opening out to a private patio area overlooking the fields. Outside on the large brick paved patio area there is a round cafe style table to seat six. Here you can enjoy summer BBQs and morning coffees overlooking the stunning fields and woodland beyond.

Barn in Sussex 2

Ticehurst, East Sussex, South of England

Barn in Sussex From £443 Availability

Ideally situated in the pretty East Sussex village of Ticehurst, with easy access to several good pubs makes this a great place for exploring the Kent and Sussex countryside. Enjoy cycling around Bewl Waters and Bedgebury Pinetum Forest. Those looking to soak up the local culture can enjoy a visit to Batemans, the former home of Rudyard Kipling or nearby Scotney Castle. Keen walkers can take advantage of numerous footpaths that lead straight from the front door and criss cross the beautiful High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Ideally located for keen gardeners with Pashley Manor Gardens, King John s Nursery and Great Dixter House & Gardens all within a short drive of the cottage and those wishing to venture slightly further afield, a trip to the coastal towns of Bexhill, Hastings, Eastbourne and Rye makes for a great day out. A private pathway leads up to this pretty cottage which is located in the owner s grounds. Enter the front door into a bright and airy lounge/kitchen/diner. The cosy lounge area is the perfect place to curl up on the sofa after a busy day exploring and catch up on your favourite TV programmes on the TV or relax with a good book. The kitchen is equipped with an electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer and washing machine, perfect for preparing romantic meals which can then be enjoyed at the dining table and chairs. The bedroom offers a sumptuous double bed and the property is completed with an en suite shower room with shower and WC. Heading outside there is a pretty courtyard garden which guests will have sole use of and is the perfect sun trap for enjoying alfresco meals at the patio table and chairs. There is private parking for two cars.

Bensfield Treehouse 2

East Sussex, South of England

Bensfield Treehouse From £1253 Availability

This luxury Sussex treehouse is simply perfect for a stylish and secluded romantic getaway. Whether you are celebrating or want a romantic trip away, this is the ideal Treehouse for you!

Bewl Cottage 2

Wadhurst, East Sussex, South of England

Bewl Cottage From £868 Availability

A modern yet charming home for a couple, Bewl Cottage is a stunning lakeside property with a magnificent garden overlooking the lake and luxurious interiors.

This enchanting home adorned with flowers and surrounded by trees, set amid the most English countryside of Sussex, is truly in the most breath-taking location. Yet the interiors are every bit as delightful, with luxurious facilities and a fabulous open-plan design. A tasteful palette of light and dark woods set against bold blues and soft whites creates a soothing environment, ideal for enjoying your stunning location in calm peace and quiet.

Your cosy living room is the perfect place to relax and unwind, with a heavenly leather sofa in front of the huge TV and fabulous log-burner. A dining area to one side provides the perfect spot to dine with a view – and there’s space to invite guests over too! From the kitchen, you can look out over the living and dining space as you prepare anything from a light snack to a hearty meal!

When it’s time for some rest, head upstairs to your dazzling bedroom, complete with a king-size bed and a Juliette balcony which ensures you can enjoy these stunning countryside views from the moment you awake! Every day you can enjoy breath-taking scenes as the sun goes down behind the forests in the distance. The room is delicately styled in a simple, elegant way, with wood tones beautifully set against soft blues and creams for a relaxing ambience. The accompanying ensuite bathroom is equally beautiful, with a roll-top bath for the perfect rejuvenating soak, and a separate shower.

And finally, step into your exquisite garden. You can relax on the terrace, romantically shaded beneath the wisteria. Or choose to venture further into the magnificent garden, with a vibrant and varied lawn punctuated by shrubs, plants and mature trees, with the occasional perfectly positioned bench and steps leading down towards the water. There’s a fabulous alfresco dining table for enjoying meals in the most picturesque location. Feel free to wander through the woodlands surrounding the grounds.

With a range of crafts shops, vintage stores, quaint cafés and great pubs, the villages of Wadhurst and Ticehurst are within walking distance and offer a charming insight into traditional Sussex village life.

A maze of rolling countryside, abbeys and battlefields, medieval villages, bustling market towns and gorgeous coastline, East Sussex is also the most forested county in England! Diverse, inspirational landscapes and breath-taking views from the endless tranquil and unspoilt settings make this an incredibly enticing county right on the south coast of England. And that’s not to mention its 90 miles of stunning beaches and vibrant towns and cities!

Less than an hour away, in the fabulous, family-focused town of Eastbourne, one of England’s most genteel seaside resorts you’ll find serene boating lakes, Victorian gardens and a three-tier promenade! This is also the location of the famous sights of the dramatic Seven Sisters chalk cliffs and Beachy Head, the UK's highest chalk cliff at 531ft (160m) above sea level, offering stunning views over the English Channel.

Hidden villages and towns blitzed by bloody Norman battles, cool seaside resorts and flourishing vineyards, traditional country pubs and thriving market towns, ancient woodland and lowland heaths are all tucked among a maze of crisscrossing paths and lanes and country roads. Views of rolling farmland and historic estates in all directions add a sense of the timeless elegance of Sussex and its wide variety of wildlife and habitats among beautifully varied geography. Idle your way through the cobbled medieval streets of Rye, the flat marshes of Pevensey, the high Ground of Ashdown Forest, beautiful lowlands and river landscapes of the Lower Weald and the maze of avenues through Friston and Ashdown Forests.

With 1,750 hours of sunshine per year, 'Sussex by the Sea' offers some of the sunniest and cleanest beaches in the UK, including the traditional English seaside town of Brighton, whose beach is renowned for its packed seafront. And then there’s Eastbourne, Bexhill-on-Sea, Hastings and St Leonard’s, to name but a few. Take a trip to Hastings old town, the shipwreck heritage centre and flamingo adventure park for the perfect day out!

There are endless fabulous homes and gardens to visit, including Great Dixter House and Garden, Michelham Priory and Sheffield Park Garden with an array of stunning colours, exotic flora, magnificent gardens, elegant lakes and even a sculpture trail! At the priory, you’ll even find a medieval cloister garden and the longest medieval moat in England!

For an active day in the sunshine, stretch your legs on the South Downs Way, which traverses from Eastbourne to Winchester along England’s newest national park, the South Downs National Park, with 1,600km2 of breath-taking views and hidden gems. Indeed, if you’re a keen walker or cyclist, there’s 3500km of walking paths, bridleways and scenic roads, including the well-establish routes of the Cuckoo Trail, and the incredible Forest Way.

If travelling from far away, just outside East Sussex, Gatwick Airport services the whole world, while Brighton City Airport (often called Shoreham Airport) provides flights to many UK airports.

Bexhill Country Manor 14

Bexhill, East Sussex, South of England

Bexhill Country Manor From £6773 Availability

Bexhill Country Manor holds an excellent location, situated on the outskirts of the popular coastal town of Bexhill-on-Sea, and less than twenty-minutes from the neighbouring towns of Eastbourne and Hastings. While guests will enjoy a tranquil stay in a semi-rural position, a wide variety of family-friendly attractions and amenities can be found just minutes away making this an ideal setting for an East Sussex escape.

The Grade II Listed Manor House boasts endless charm and character, with plenty of space for the whole group to socialise, the home is perfect for reunions or special family occasions. On the ground floor is the main living accommodation which comprises of a drawing room, cosy sitting room, formal dining room and a farmhouse-style kitchen fully equipped with an AGA and all the tools you could possibly need to create a delicious meal! Bexhill Country Manor can comfortably accommodate up to fourteen guests across its six beautifully appointed bedrooms, four of which boast either a king or double bed, while one is a twin, ideal for siblings or friends to share. The six bedrooms share the use of three family bathrooms.

Outside, there is plenty of space for games on the lawn, while the patio makes the ideal spot for a relaxing sundowner in the evening. On request and for an additional charge, the owners can arrange for a hot tub to be hired for your stay – heaven!

Bexhill Country Manor is situated in a semi-rural position, set on the outskirts of the seaside town of Bexhill-on-Sea. The closest amenities, including restaurants and a Tesco Express, can be found in the area of Little Common, just a 2-minute car journey away. A wider selection of shops and restaurants can be found in the centre of Bexhill, less than a 10-minute drive away. The closest beach, Cooden, is just a 5-minute car journey away or alternatively, 35-40 minutes away on foot.

For those looking to further explore East Sussex and the surrounding area, the larger towns of Eastbourne and Hastings are both just a 20-minute drive away. Hastings boasts a huge selection of family-friendly attractions, including Hastings Castle, Smugglers Adventure, Blue Reef Aquarium and Adventure Golf courses, as well as its artsy and happening Old Town with independent eateries and excellent boutique shopping. Further afield and for any history enthusiasts, Battle Abbey is less than a 20-minute car journey away, while Bodiam and Scotney Castles are both within a 40-minute journey. The medieval town of Rye is one of England’s best kept secrets, bursting with charm and character, it is just 40-minutes away and is well-worth a visit!

Hailsham Country House 12

Heathfield, East Sussex, South of England

Hailsham Country House From £2943 Availability

Boasting a sauna, heated pool and a games room, Hailsham Country House is a magnificent home for a family getaway that elegantly blends traditional charm with modern delights!

Throughout this spectacular home you’ll find enchanting details and original 17th century features, from beamed ceilings, to impressive tables and rugs, to the inglenook fireplace and this wondrous feature staircase! As you step inside you’re greeted by a stunning long hallway, complete with original beams and beautifully furnished with period furniture set around an open fire! There are countless living areas, from the wonderful warm and bright conservatory with table football for the kids (and big kids!), to several more casual spaces with sofas. The kitchen is fabulously modern, with navy, white and light wood creating an inviting space, with a breakfast bar for casual meals, too. For more formal occasions, your dining area is the heart of the home, with a stunning set up for all the guests, and even a bar alongside it with tons of fine glassware for a tipple or two!

Across the home there are four excellent bedrooms, each wonderfully spacious and welcoming. Three of the rooms feature both a king-size bed and extra twin beds, to create space for plenty of guests and families, while there’s an additional twin room, too. Excellent en-suite facilities as well as an additional shower room provide a delightfully sparkling space with huge walk-in showers, or large bathtubs for you to enjoy some pampering in glorious surroundings.

Heading out onto your superb terrace you’ll find this incredible heated pool, with chairs to sit alongside in between dips! There’s even a sauna for you to feel totally cleansed and relaxed! Finally, a games room with a pool table invites the competitive ones among you to get stuck into a game or two for some light entertainment. The home is set among a large private garden with mature trees, a lovely large lawn and fabulous casual seating throughout.

With this fabulous location just a few minutes from the coast in the beautiful county of East Sussex, Hailsham Country House offers guests an ideal spot for enjoying the countryside, the seaside, and a few fabulous towns in between!

You’re right on the cusp of the stunning High Weald Area of Natural Beauty, a vast, pristine landscape dotted with medieval manors, ancient woodland and picture-perfect scenery. Indeed, a maze of rolling countryside, abbeys and battlefields, medieval villages, bustling market towns and gorgeous coastline, East Sussex is also the most forested county in England! Diverse, inspirational landscapes and breath-taking views from the endless tranquil and unspoilt settings make this an incredibly enticing county right on the south coast of England. And that’s not to mention its 90 miles of stunning beaches and vibrant towns!

With 1,750 hours of sunshine per year, ‘Sussex by the Sea’ offers some of the sunniest and cleanest beaches in the UK, including the traditional English seaside town of Brighton, whose beach is renowned for its packed seafront. And then there’s Eastbourne, Bexhill-on-Sea, Hastings and St Leonard’s, to name but a few. Take a trip to Hastings old town, the shipwreck heritage centre and flamingo adventure park for the perfect day out!

There are endless fabulous homes and gardens to visit, including Great Dixter House and Garden, Michelham Priory and Sheffield Park Garden with an array of stunning colours, exotic flora, magnificent gardens, elegant lakes and even a sculpture trail! Meanwhile, for something a little more lively, one of the major seaside resorts of Britain, Brighton, less than 40 minutes away, offers some funky nightlife, offbeat shopping in alternative boutiques and traditional British seaside fun! Brighton has a rich, varied and exciting nightlife, and in May holds the Brighton Fringe Festival abounding with street performers, theatre groups, musicians, guided walks and other lively and fascinating events.

For an active day in the sunshine, stretch your legs on the South Downs Way, which traverses from Eastbourne to Winchester along England’s newest national park, the South Downs National Park, with 1,600km2 of breath-taking views and hidden gems. Indeed, if you’re a keen walker or cyclist, there’s 3500km of walking paths, bridleways and scenic roads, including the well-establish routes of the Cuckoo Trail, and the incredible Forest Way.

Hobbit House 4

Robertsbridge, East Sussex, South of England

Hobbit House From £1503 Availability

Set in the dazzling rural landscape of Sussex and enjoying a private hot tub, the Hobbit House is a wonderfully unique and cosy home for four, built by local craftsman using local materials!

You’ll enter the house through the distinctive round door and find a whole other world inside! A starry blue ceiling with perfect atmospheric lighting shines down on this enchanting wood-filled circular room. You’ll feel like you’re wearing fish-eye goggles, with everything enjoying a totally bizarre curvature! The vaulted and beamed ceiling and oak flooring perfectly frame the fabulous central living area, complete with a wood burning stove beside the gorgeous patchwork sofa. This natural ambience is complemented by luxurious additions, including underfloor heating throughout, a Smart TV and an excellent modern kitchen.

The home has two exceptional bedrooms, majestic in their simplicity and elegance. Like the rest of the home, the walls, windows and doors are curved, and the vibrant yellow is beautifully life-filled. Each room is complete with a king-size bed and a wall-mounted TV and both have dazzling ensuite shower rooms. Here you’ll find fabulous walk-in showers with heated towel rails set against brick-wall interiors.

And finally – step outside to your delightful garden, down the pathway there’s your very own hot tub! This is perfect for those who enjoy relaxing just as much as the great outdoors – with views across the rolling hills of the Sussex countryside! You can dine inside or out and enjoy the stunning views from across the garden.

In the stunning surrounding landscape you can enjoy relaxing walks along the river to Bodiam Castle or even a trip to the golden sands of Camber beach. Foodies will be delighted by the Hub where you can pick up locally produced food and wine, while for those who enjoy active pursuits, you can dive into a day of cycling in Bedgebury Forest or even set off in your own kayaks from the riverbank! Indeed, the house is located in the owner's own vineyard which products a sparkling rosé that you must try, sold in the local restaurants!

A maze of rolling countryside, abbeys and battlefields, medieval villages, bustling market towns and gorgeous coastline, East Sussex is also the most forested county in England! Diverse, inspirational landscapes and breath-taking views from the endless tranquil and unspoilt settings make this an incredibly enticing county right on the south coast of England. And that’s not to mention its 90 miles of stunning beaches and vibrant towns and cities! 

Around 45 minutes away, in the fabulous, family-focused town of Eastbourne, one of England’s most genteel seaside resorts you’ll find serene boating lakes, Victorian gardens and a three-tier promenade! This is also the location of the famous sights of the dramatic Seven Sisters chalk cliffs and Beachy Head, the UK's highest chalk cliff at 531ft (160m) above sea level, offering stunning views over the English Channel.

Hidden villages and towns blitzed by bloody Norman battles, cool seaside resorts and flourishing vineyards, traditional country pubs and thriving market towns, ancient woodland and lowland heaths are all tucked among a maze of criss-crossing paths and lanes and country roads. Views of rolling farmland and historic estates in all directions add a sense of the timeless elegance of Sussex and its rich variety of wildlife and habitats among a beautifully varied geography. Idle your way through the cobbled medieval streets of Rye, the flat marshes of Pevensey, the high Ground of Ashdown Forest, beautiful lowlands and river landscapes of the Lower Weald and the maze of avenues through Friston and Ashdown Forests.

With 1,750 hours of sunshine per year, 'Sussex by the Sea' offers some of the sunniest and cleanest beaches in the UK, including the traditional English seaside town of Brighton, whose beach is renowned for its packed seafront. And then there’s Eastbourne, Bexhill-on-Sea, Hastings and St Leonard’s, to name but a few. Take a trip to Hastings old town, the shipwreck heritage centre and flamingo adventure park for the perfect day out!

There are endless fabulous homes and gardens to visit, including Great Dixter House and Garden, Michelham Priory and Sheffield Park Garden with an array of stunning colours, exotic flora, magnificent gardens, elegant lakes and even a sculpture trail! At the priory you’ll even find a medieval cloister garden and the longest medieval moat in England!

For an active day in the sunshine, stretch your legs on the South Downs Way, which traverses from Eastbourne to Winchester along England’s newest national park, the South Downs National Park, with 1,600km2 of breath-taking views and hidden gems. Indeed, if you’re a keen walker or cyclist, there’s 3500km of walking paths, bridleways and scenic roads, including the well-establish routes of the Cuckoo Trail, and the incredible Forest Way.

If traveling from far away, just outside East Sussex, Gatwick Airport services the whole world, while Brighton City Airport (often called Shoreham Airport) provides flights to many UK airports.

Hoots Treehouse 4

Mayfield, East Sussex, South of England

Hoots Treehouse From £1428 Availability

Tucked away in the upper reaches of the ancient Rother Valley, it overlooks a dew pond on the edge of private ancient woodland. Making it the ideal abode for a family trip or couples break.