Golden Cross Holiday Park
Base your next countryside escape in a holiday cottage or hot tub lodge in East Sussex. Golden Cross sits on the edge of the grassland meadows and soaring white cliffs of a National Park and the forested hills of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The historic attractions of 1066 Country, beaches and charming seaside towns also await a short journey away.
The holiday lodges at Golden Cross sleep up to four. All boast private decking areas and 4-seater hot tubs. Their comfortable lounges feature a tv, their kitchens are fully equipped for all your self-catering needs, and all are decorated throughout with sleek modern styling.
The cosy, brick built 1-bed cottage is the ideal hideaway for a romantic escape in East Sussex for you and your partner. This property also includes a decking area with private hot tub. Find out more about the resort and the sites and attractions of East Sussex below.
Places to Visit in East Sussex
South Downs National Park
The chain of sleepy chalk hills that spreads along England’s south coast forms the backbone of this stunning National Park. Characterised by wooded heaths, rolling downland and wildflower meadows, the South Downs are also home the awe-inspiring series of white cliffs known as the Seven Sisters.
High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Sandstone outcrops overlook the frosted hills and patchwork fields of the High Weald. Here secret streams trickle through ancient woodlands and past the many grand historic budlings that stand among the landscapes. The area is best explored along one of its three long distance walking trails.
Step back into an age of grandeur. The sea breeze-freshened streets of Eastbourne have lovingly preserved their Victorian charm and the town’s beach, sunny climate and pier continue to attract visitors just as they have since the it first became a resort. Here you’ll also find family attractions and great local restaurants.
Hastings is only a few miles along the coast from Eastbourne, but in terms of character, the two towns are a world away. Where Eastbourne is orderly and spacious, Hastings Old Town is a hodgepodge warren of winding cobblestone lanes. Loose yourself among their pubs, antique shops and medieval charm.
Create Incredible Memories
Vast landscapes of rolling hills and wild places make East Sussex a delight to explore on foot. The county’s long distance walking trails include the High Weald Landscape Trail, Weald Way, 1066 Country Walk, and sections of the South Downs Way. There are also many short trails running throughout the county.
The striking symmetry of Bodiam’s high walls and imposing towers make it one of the most picturesque castles in Britain. Climb its spiral staircases and roam its battlements just as knights and nobles of old did hundreds of years ago. Afterwards you can tuck into freshly baked cake from the café.
The beach launched fishing fleet of Hastings uses sustainable methods to provide restaurants in the town and local area with fresh fish and seafood. Veggies and vegans will find many of East Sussex’s tastiest plant-based dishes served up in the quirky America Ground area of Hastings.