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Old Town Hastings

High Street, Hastings, England
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Old town is a great big of hastings history I love this place also the west hill lift is great... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Gary A
Hastings, United Kingdom
via mobile
Love the old town, quirky but great

Don't miss out on a great time in Hastings, old town has great architecture, quirky shops, wine... read more

Reviewed yesterday
christina w
guildford, surrey
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“antique shops” (158 reviews)
“george street” (125 reviews)
“high street” (110 reviews)
High Street, Hastings, England
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Old town is a great big of hastings history I love this place also the west hill lift is great straight to the top with a beautiful view

Thank Gary A
Reviewed yesterday

Don't miss out on a great time in Hastings, old town has great architecture, quirky shops, wine bars and very old original pubs.

Thank christina w
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

What a beautiful area to stroll around. So much to see and eat . Great antique shops. Historical buildings everywhere.

Thank Paul O
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Spent many summer holiday in Hastings with my grandparents and returning now with my children was a nice surprise. The old town was still lots of fun and my kids enjoyed doing all the things I used too. Smugglers caves, arcades, beach and the Crazy...More

Thank Dan R
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Great place to wander the streets. A lot more character than the new town. Plenty of good cafes, bakers (try Judges for amazing soda bread and cakes) and bars as well as the multiple fish and chip shops.

Thank Lauren456
Reviewed 1 week ago

Walk eastwards along the sea front to the net sheds, take the railway up to the east hill, admire the views from the cliff top, and walk down the steps, down Crown Lane and turn right into All Saints Street, full of old cottages. When...More

1  Thank Lynda R
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lots of coffee shops, restaurants, original and eclectic shops to browse in or watch the world go by. Buskers and local entertainment going on to watch and sing to! Always something different to see. We like Hanushka Coffee Shop and Whites Seafood Restaurant.

Thank Kathy M
Reviewed 1 week ago

Always the best part of Hastings - freshly caught fish available, some great F&C restaurants (Maggies) and a few quirky and chilled out shops/cafes just behind the sea-front. Back for a proper visit in a few weeks

Thank Hunty2017
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Ride to the top of the hill for an unforgettable view of the beach, coast and even France! This is an old fashioned way to climb a high fortress. Try it!

Thank Jan A
Reviewed 1 week ago

Don't miss the best part of Hastings. Complete with scenes from Foyle's War, the Old Town has many quaint shops to step into. George Street is fabulous to walk along and/or get something to eat or drink. I took the East Hill cable car to...More

Thank Adrienne P
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18 June 2017|
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Response from V348KQchris | Reviewed this property |
Hastings is very dog friendly, most places have bowls of water outside for your hot dog. The West Hill is full of dogs taking their owners walkies. The beach, between the harbour wall and the pier, is not open to dogs... More
22 February 2017|
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Response from john c | Reviewed this property |
When you walk along the promenade entering Hastings from St. Leonards, pass White Rock Theatre on your left and the pier on your right, continue for another 10/15 minutes along Denmark Place joining Pelham Place. Having... More