Stay in Rottingdean for a seaside holiday to remember!
Rottingdean is the perfect holiday destination for those who enjoy a mixture of activities. Located just 4 miles east from bustling Brighton and Hove, it is a popular seaside village abundant with charm and character where you can enjoy a slower pace of life. The historic high street, which is home to boutique stores, cosy cafes and a myriad of welcoming pubs will transport you back in time as will the Norman Church and Windmill which both offer insights into the history of this unique village. Rottingdean has numerous artistic connections which you will discover as you explore it, not least of all Kipling's old home and adjacent walled gardens and The Grange, which acts as a museum of times gone by and an art gallery.
The beautiful pebbled beaches of Rottingdean offer summertime fun without the crowds of Brighton, and the undercliff walk is an equally delightful way to take in the stunning views. Enjoy a Mr Whippy ice-cream from the beachside cafe, walk the dog along the beach, watch the kids playing on the shore, and end the day with a drink in one of the local pubs! From Rottingdean you also have direct access to the rolling hills of the South Downs National Park. The beautiful countryside walks which surround you will fool you into thinking that you are no longer on the South Coast. Why not take the footpath to Lewes, where you can enjoy a well deserved roast after all of that exercise!
In Rottingdean you can have the best of both worlds - a peaceful seaside village with vibrant Brighton just a short drive or bus ride away. Hop on one of the frequent busses at the end of the high street and enjoy the coastal views along the way. Within 20 minutes you will be in central Brighton with all of its fantastic attractions.