and welcome to Gay Accommodation East Sussex. We take the uncertainty of finding genuinely quality gay friendly holiday accommodations in East Sussex, and we donít just mean gay tolerant because as we all know there is a huge difference, so you the gay holidaymaker can be confident that you will receive a warm and friendly welcome from all of our advertisers and their staff at your chosen holiday destination in East Sussex. Gay Accommodation East Sussex is a gay owned and run company that only promotes genuinely gay friendly holiday accommodations in East Sussex, all of which have been hand-picked by us or recommended by friends due to the quality of the accommodation provided and the friendliness to the gay community together with their friends and families Gay Accommodation East Sussex has been taking the guesswork out of finding genuine gay friendly holiday accommodations in East Sussex since 2005 so that you, the gay traveller together with your friends and family may book your holiday with confidence avoiding any disappointment

Bexhill on Sea

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Just some of the fabulous gay friendly accommodations that we promote so just browse our site to find the perfect destination for your holiday


The county of East Sussex was formed by over a thousand years of history with its beautiful green fields being sites of many great battles. East Sussex is home to many castles. the most famous being Hastings Castle built in 1066 following the invasion of Britain by William the Conqueror. The counties of Kent, Surrey and West Sussex border East
Sussex. Brighton and Hove is now a Unitary Authority, and therefore only part of East Sussex for ceremonial occasions. East Sussex is a county with lots of open spaces from the beaches and cliff tops of the coast to the chalk hills and meadows of the South Downs. There are narrow enchanting cobbled alleyways and elegant Regency squares, along with medieval cottages and fairytale castles. The mixture of glorious gardens, picturesque old villages, stylish bars and restaurants and vibrant nightlife are what makes East Sussex such a special place to spend your holidays. It is here where you can relive a Norman battle, go llama trekking, see a 69 metre high chalk man on a hillside and see the famous Beachy Head cliff that rises some 530 feet above sea level and is reputably the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain. East Sussex is a fascinating mix of sleek city pleasures, laid-back beach life with unspoilt, wild, untamed and beautiful countryside that is steeped in history. The south coast county of East Sussex is a gorgeous mix of sophistication, tradition with a touch of the exotic and has a thriving gay community, so spend some quality holiday time this summer in East Sussex

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