Customised for your search:

East Sussex Hotel Guide - Historic Hotels in East Sussex, United Kingdom

East Sussex hotels
East Sussex

Top Trending Historic Hotels in East Sussex

Brighton Harbour Hotel & Spa - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
Collect 200 Nectar points
You can now collect 200 Nectar points when booking a hotel or 1,000 points when you tailor make your own package. Simply enter your Nectar card number on the booking confirmation page.

Brighton Harbour Hotel & Spa

64 Kings Road, Brighton - Map
 
 
"Nice view and amazing bed, lovely staff members "
Brief but enjoyable, the weather wasn't good but the room made up for it
Traveller from London
Rye Lodge Hotel - Rye Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
£135
Collect 200 Nectar points
You can now collect 200 Nectar points when booking a hotel or 1,000 points when you tailor make your own package. Simply enter your Nectar card number on the booking confirmation page.

Rye Lodge Hotel

Hilders Cliff, Rye - Map
 
 
"Lovely and relaxed by stay"
From the moment we checked in we were well looked after, all staff were lovely, helpful and all round top notch! We had a small issue with the card machine not working but that was all I can say for the cons, and that was out of there control anyway! So relaxing and the pool and spa bath was a nice touch... all in all had a great weekend stay there
A Traveller
The hotel occupies what many feel is the finest location in this lovely Ancient Town of the Cinque Ports. Perched on the East …More
Legends Hotel Brighton - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
Collect 200 Nectar points
You can now collect 200 Nectar points when booking a hotel or 1,000 points when you tailor make your own package. Simply enter your Nectar card number on the booking confirmation page.

Legends Hotel Brighton

31-34 Marine Parade, Brighton - Map
 
 
Excellent hotel, staff and location. A gay hotel, we are a hetrosexual couple but felt very welcome.
Traveller from Berkshire
The Grand Brighton - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Collect 200 Nectar points
You can now collect 200 Nectar points when booking a hotel or 1,000 points when you tailor make your own package. Simply enter your Nectar card number on the booking confirmation page.

The Grand Brighton

97-99 King's Road, Brighton - Map
 
 
We had a lovely time and the bedroom was very big. The beds were very comfortable. We dined at the restaurant and staff was very kind and food was delicious, with a good selection of fish and meat.
A Traveller
Queens Hotel - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
Collect 200 Nectar points
You can now collect 200 Nectar points when booking a hotel or 1,000 points when you tailor make your own package. Simply enter your Nectar card number on the booking confirmation page.

Queens Hotel

1-3 Kings Road, Brighton - Map
 
 
"Brilliant hotel close to everything needed "
Had a lovely stay. Staff were very helpful! And was near everything we needed x
A Traveller
The Queens Hotel is located on the seafront and within one mile of the business and shopping districts of Brighton. This …More
Kings Hotel - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
Collect 200 Nectar points
You can now collect 200 Nectar points when booking a hotel or 1,000 points when you tailor make your own package. Simply enter your Nectar card number on the booking confirmation page.

Kings Hotel

139-141 Kings Road, Brighton - Map
 
 
"Centre for all your needs."
Stayed here a few times each room varies in condition/decor. Clean and fresh lobby friendly staff. Hotel sits on a main road so can be noisy. Located opposite the beach 10 minute walk into the town centre a few minutes walk away from the Brighton i360 plenty of bars and clubs in the surrounding area also not far from the Brighton Centre and the Odeon Cinema
Traveller from Brighton
The Old Ship Hotel - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Collect 200 Nectar points
You can now collect 200 Nectar points when booking a hotel or 1,000 points when you tailor make your own package. Simply enter your Nectar card number on the booking confirmation page.

The Old Ship Hotel

Kings Road, Brighton - Map
 
 
"Nice Hotel but a bit dated."
We had a 4 night stay this time. The staff where quite good but the room on the side of the hotel was a bit noisy in the early hours of the morning caused by people outside leaving night clubs etc. The breakfast was disappointing as the hot food was dried up and the cold selection was poor compared with previous stays. I also found that the bar food on offer was expensive for the quality provided.
Traveller from Bolton
Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Collect 200 Nectar points
You can now collect 200 Nectar points when booking a hotel or 1,000 points when you tailor make your own package. Simply enter your Nectar card number on the booking confirmation page.

Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront

Kings Road Brighton, Brighton - Map
 
 
"Friendly staff and lovely lounge"
What a lovely lounge this hotel has, overlooking the sea and pier. Fantastic city centre location, within walking distance of the train station. Thanks
Traveller from sw16 1jj
A modern hotel with spectacular atrium lobby/ overlooking the sea and Brighton Pier / ideal forBusiness and Leisure guests.More
Hotel du Vin Brighton - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
Collect 200 Nectar points
You can now collect 200 Nectar points when booking a hotel or 1,000 points when you tailor make your own package. Simply enter your Nectar card number on the booking confirmation page.

Hotel du Vin Brighton

2 Ship Street, Brighton - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel , great location "
After coming to Brighton on our minimoon we booked to stay at hotel du vin Great location and very clean comfy rooms . Only negative was our room was above the bistro so was quite noisy late into the evening .
A Traveller
Britannia Study Hotel - Brighton Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
Collect 200 Nectar points
You can now collect 200 Nectar points when booking a hotel or 1,000 points when you tailor make your own package. Simply enter your Nectar card number on the booking confirmation page.

Britannia Study Hotel

150 Western Road, Brighton - Map
 
 
The staff were very polite and helpful. The rooms are basic but clean. The hotel is well located
A Traveller

Search from 223 East Sussex Hotels


    Why book with Expedia ?

    • Price Guarantee
    • Over 321,000 hotels worldwide
    • No Expedia cancellation fee
    • 91% customer satisfaction

    Pocket Guide: Historic Hotels in East Sussex

    As the location of the infamous Battle of Hastings in 1066, East Sussex is naturally home to many historic sites and buildings. Historic hotels in the area are either within historic buildings themselves or close to historic places of interest, where you can enjoy fascinating days out learning about this ancient part of Great Britain and its importance within the country's history and development.

    Where to Find East Sussex Historic Hotels

    The majority of historic hotels are located along the East Sussex coast as the region is steeped in historical significance. The medieval town of Rye with its Heritage Centre and Camber Castle is one of the most ancient settlements in Britain and is now just as famous for its antique shops - perfect for history buffs.

    Hotels within the historic seaside towns of Brighton and Eastbourne hark back to the glory days of the British seaside in the late 1700s and 1800s with accommodation in sensational mansion buildings and stylish townhouses - perfect for a luxury seaside break. Guests can stroll along the promenades and view the iconic Victorian piers in both towns for a historic view of British holidays.<p/>

    Historic Attractions in East Sussex

    East Sussex is replete with historic attractions, ideal for days out before returning to your historic hotel for some rest and relaxation. The county has more than its fair share of castles, with Camber Castle as well as Bodiam Castle, Pevensey Castle, Herstmonceux Castle and several others.

    In addition to these there are many stately homes and historic houses with beautiful grounds such as Firle Place, Glynde Place, and the stunning 15th century manor house, Great Dixter House & Gardens. Some houses even offer guided tours so you can learn even more tales of their thrilling histories and which notable people have stayed over the centuries - and which ones are haunted by restless spirits from the past!

    Holidaymakers with a love of history should definitely consider a historic hotel in East Sussex. Whether it's the medieval and Tudor times and ancient battlefields that fascinate, or the 18th and 19th century coastal booms that brought their stunningly beautiful architecture, there's a historic area of the county for everyone.

    Hide
    Customers Rate Expedia
    Powered by feefo
    92% recommended
    4.5
    From 68,143 Reviews