HOTELS IN Hastings

About Hastings

Hastings is a seaside town and borough in East Sussex on the south coast of England. The lovely town has a population of 92,000+ as of 2018. Hastings offers an interesting history and beautiful scenery, with numerous restaurants and pubs, offering some great food and drinks.

The Old Town

The Old Town in Hastings is a lovely old, narrow street to walk up. It is lined with antique and quirky shops and eateries, many with outdoor seating. There are also plenty of pubs and clubs to choose from if you're looking for more lively entertainment.

Cliff Railways - West Hill & East Hill

There is something magical about steam trains and the fact that Cliff Railways retains its original wooden Victorian coaches, which run through tunnels makes it even more special. When you're on the railway you will be stunned by the views across the channel.

Alexandra Park

Alexandra Park is a wonderful park located just off St Helens Road. When visiting the park you will enjoy seeing the wildlife, ponds, and mounds of grass perfect for a picnic. There are also plenty of play areas for children, along with tennis courts and playgrounds.

Eating And Drinking In Hastings

Eating And Drinking In Hastings

Maggie's Fish & Chips is a hidden gem located in the Old Town. Maggie’s sell delicious fish and chips.

Whether you're looking for something new to try or just need some food to eat after a day of exploring the lovely town of Hastings, Maggie’s is sure to satisfy your cravings!

Two Bulls Steakhouse is a steakhouse located in the heart of Hastings. Enjoy deliciously prepared steak and a variety of other dishes that are sure to satisfy your hunger.

They also sell burgers, deserts, along with a children's menu.

The Albion is a pub which has been on the seafront since 1730. The Albion is well known for its lovely food and great range of ales, beers, and pies.

On an evening you are likely to find music or other cool events being hosted at the Albion and there are plenty of cosy corners waiting for you to sit and enjoy a delicious meal and pint.

Things To Do In Hastings

Things To Do In Hastings

The Country Park has some scenic walking trails along cliffs. When walking you are likely to see a large variety of birds and insects,

If you enjoy adventures and viewing a wide range of scenic views, then this is the place for you.

There are a lot of information boards and exhibits inside, so it is well worth spending some time there.

A visit to The Fishing Museum will tell you all you need to know about the old and new history of Hastings, while also giving a detailed insight into the importance of fishing in Hastings.

There are a lot of information boards and exhibits inside, so it is well worth spending some time there.

Hastings Beach is a great beach for the whole family. The soft white sand and calm, clear water make it ideal for swimming and relaxing in. There are plenty of facilities including public toilets, shade structures and picnic spots.

Water activities such as sailing, windsurfing and diving can be enjoyed on the coast while a range of local shops and restaurants cater to every holiday need

Shopping In Hastings

Shopping In Hastings

If you’re looking for a shopping day out with the family, Priory Meadow in Hastings is the place to go.

With more than 40 shops and over 800+ car parking spaces, the centre has everything you need for a fun shopping day out!

Opened in 2004, the Made In Hastings shop is a little gem in the heart of Hastings and one which you would be mad to miss.

The selection of gifts, stationary, socks and general accessories make it a must-visit when in the Hastings area.

Sea Star, located right on the seafront of Hastings, is the perfect place to bring a little bit of our seaside town into your home.

The shop sells locally made, interesting artwork and home decorations. We stock a wide range of items, from glassware to ceramics and clothing to books.

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