West Sussex Hot Tub Breaks
Offering stunning coastlines and rolling hills, West Sussex is a popular and vibrant region with a wide assortment of tourist attractions to keep you entertained on your hot tub holiday. Admire breath-taking rural landscapes with miles of unspoilt countryside, beautiful Blue Flag beaches spread along the coast, and an array of family-friendly seaside and rural resorts.
Wildlife and Nature to Explore
West Sussex is home to the South Downs, a remarkable National Park with a wide assortment of wildlife, glorious country landscapes, and fascinating historic spots. The area has miles of walking routes with views of coast and countryside, with paths snaking through dense woodlands and rolling hills and valleys. Enjoy the panoramic views at Harting Down, where you’ll be sure to spot some local downland wildlife! Or why not head to the Arundel Wetland Centre, with viewing areas that showcase the flocks of local animals, and a boat safari that will guide you over the reedbed channels.
Lodges with Hot Tubs in West Sussex
There are plenty of options for accommodation in the area – Jaybelle Grange Lodges with hot tubs are perfect for those wanting to relax, unwind, and explore the wonders of West Sussex. The park offers a charming selection of stylishly-presented timber-clad lodges, including the luxurious Tamarack Lodge 2 which offers contemporary décor and a private outdoor hot tub perched on your veranda. This site is positioned just at the edge of Littlehampton, a delightful harbour town with a riverside development hosting an assortment of bars, cafes and eateries with beautiful waterside views.
For a real luxury retreat, the South Down Lodges are an excellent choice – we absolutely love the Willow Lodge, with floor to ceiling windows giving a spacious and airy interior, and an outdoor decking area with private hot tub which offers stunning views across the breath-taking South Downs.
Discover History in West Sussex
West Sussex has an extensive offering of heritage, with a number of historic sites to visit with fascinating tales and interesting architecture to admire. Explore Arundel Castle & Gardens, a magnificent medieval castle with 1000 years of history and stunning Gothic architecture. Perched on the top of rolling hills, the site has far-reaching and magnificent views of the South Downs and the River Arun. The whole family can enjoy an interactive history lesson with exhibits, shows, crafts, demonstrations and events throughout the year.
West Sussex Culture
Arundel also hosts an annual festival with a jam-packed schedule of theatre, opera, live music and other arts events. Another must-see is Petworth House, a fascinating 17th century stately home set within 700 sprawling acres of manicured land – be sure to take a walk in the grounds and admire the tranquil surroundings. The house contains a collection of National Trust artwork, including pieces by Turner, Van Dyck, Reynolds and Blake, amongst other historic items such as intricate sculptures and antique furniture.
The area is also great for fishing, with a multitude of coastal and fishing villages where you can take a boat out to the water and try your luck at catching a variety of fish. Head to the Chalk Spring Trout Fishery for five acres of crystal-clear water fed by a natural spring, nestled in a serene woodland valley with gorgeous views of the surrounding countryside.