Fabulous 4 bedroom new build directly on the beach with hot tub - dog friendly
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Pevensey Beach House
We thoroughly enjoyed our 2nd visit to pevensey bay. It’s such a tranquil spot so peaceful. A perfect end to the summer holidays . We will be back 😊
Thanks Lucy. It was a pleasure to have you and family back. Looking forward to visit number 3!
Two families with kids aged between 1 and a half and 6. We had an amazing stay at Pevensey Beach house - the property is stunning and had everything we needed. Kids loved being right by the beach and everyone loved the hot tub! Day trips to Drusilla’s and the observatory were a lot of fun, with the rest of the time making most of the beach.
Golden Girls weekend Break
We are a group of over 60’s ladies who used to all play netball together and we go away once a year! This beach house was our favourite place. It’s beautiful location and well equipped house made it the perfect getaway! And even perfect we had a glorious sunny weekend and the beach was lovely and quiet too! We hope to return again
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Bank Holiday Break
The Beach House was a great setting for our family get together on a Bank Holiday weekend. The house and the beach setting are both lovely and we all thoroughly enjoyed the hot tub. There are plenty of things to do nearby. Jane also was easy to contact and help out for any questions we had.
Wonderful house on a lovely quiet beach
Jane's house is beautifully decorated and the location on the beach couldn't be better. The garden is even the beach!
Wonderful time. Thank you.
Thank you Poppy. We hope to see you there again sometime. Jane
East Sussex h has its roots in the ancient kingdom of the South Saxons, who established themselves there in the 5th century AD, after the departure of the Romans.
Archaeological remains are plentiful, especially in the upland areas. The area's position on the coast has also meant that there were many invaders, including the Romans and later the Normans.
This historic past, married with the region’s activity, cultural, and food and wine rebirth means there is a wealth of variation for all.
There are a number of wonderful historic towns within a short drive from the peace of The Pevensey Bay Beach House. Pevensey Village is home to Pevensey Castle which began in the 4th century as one of the last and strongest of the Roman 'Saxon Shore' forts, two-thirds of whose towered walls still stand. It was the landing place of William the Conqueror's army in 1066. During the century after the Conquest a full-scale Norman castle, with a great square keep and a powerful gatehouse, was built within one corner of the fort. In the 1250s the towered bailey wall was constructed, and soon put to the test during the great siege of 1264.
Not too much further away you will find Hertsmoceux Castle has its origins in the 12th Century and was the former site of the Royal Greenwich Observatory.
Many of the towns and villages in the local area have bags of character and history, great bars and eateries and many attractions for all including local markets, shopping, historic tours, pier fun grounds, fishing charters, sporting facilities etc. These include Lewes, Hastings, Battle, Alfriston, Brighton etc.
East Sussex is a growing wine area and of course is on Kent's doorstep home of the UK's blossoming viticulture industry.
The South Downs and all in their beauty offer walks of all levels often ending in fantastic dog friendly pubs. The Aegon Tennis championship, part of the grass season build up to Wimbledon, is played in Eastbourne, Hickstead is just 35 miles away, internationally renowned opera at Glyndebourne is 12 miles from Pevensey Bay to name a few outstanding days out.