Bodiam Castle (copyright: Antony McCallum)

Bedgebury Pinetum (copyright: Ron Strutt)

Battle Abbey (copyright: Elliott Simpson)

Hastings Country Park

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Things to Do

We are situated opposite Hastings country nature reserve. Outstanding Natural Beauty, stretching Eastwards across the cliff top from the East Hill to Fairlight and the Firehills, Warren Glen, covering 853 acres takes your breath away. There are breathtaking views over Fairlight and out to sea. There are lots wonderful walks leading across the cliffs, cyclists are welcome.

You can visit the East and West hill lifts, this is very popular with visitors. At the top of the West Hill you will find Smugglers Adventure and there is a lovely place to have lunch looking over the old town sea front from the cliff top. You can also get the lift down to George Street and the Old Hastings High Street where you will find Antique shops, Restaurants, Bars, lots of gift shops and much more.

We are 2 miles to the Hastings Old Town the fisherman's end of Hastings, where you will find the Blue Reef Aquarium, Fishermen's Museum, Life boat museum, Hastings Old Town Hall Museum, Flamingo Fun Park, Flower Makers Museum and much more. There are plenty of restaurants and old local pubs to choose from, or take away fish and chips to eat on the beach.

Hastings town centre is great for shopping if you are looking for department stores and general shops, you will find plenty of eateries and cafes.

There are a couple of Golf Clubs, nearby Sedlescombe is an 18 hole parkland golf course, set in the beautiful 1066 countryside with a hotel and restaurant. This is all approximately 6 miles away. There is also Beauport Golf course which is an 18 hole championship course, set in beautiful countryside between Battle and Hastings approximately 4.2 miles away.

There is also Hastings Adventure Golf complex with 3 x 18 hole mini golf course which is great fun no matter how old you are! Right by the sea.

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There are lots of local castles to explore which are full of historical interest and give an amazing insight to our heritage, including the 1066 Battle of Hastings Abbey & Battlefield, where you can see the exact spot where King Harold was killed. Bodiam Castle also has a spectacular exterior with towers, battlements and ruins to explore inside. Camber Castle was built by Henry VIII to guard the port of Rye.

There are many more places to visit including, Hastings Castle, Pevensey Castle, Herstmonceux Castle and gardens, Great Dixter House and Gardens, Carr Taylor vineyards, Merriment Gardens and much more.

Popular places to visit are also Bewl Water, Nr Flimwell which boasts beautiful views, offering fishing, sailing, restaurant, boat rides around the reservoir. There are plenty of events throughout the year.

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Bedgebury National Pinetum & Forest, Nr Flimwell, This is one of the largest forests in the south east, and has the most complete collection of conifers in the world. A fantastic collection of wildlife lives in the forest. Great for walking, cycling, you can hire bicycles on site. "Go Ape", which is a great activity for adults too! There is a lot to do and will make a fantastic day out.

You will find the White rock Theatre along Hastings sea front, with 2 auditoriums, bar, restaurant and art gallery.

There are many places to visit during your stay and you will find something for everyone, local towns include, Rye, Winchelsea, Pett, Pett Level, Camber Sands, Bexhill, Battle, Eastbourne, Fairlight.

If you would like to speak to us personally, please call Andrea & Nick on 01424 721959 or 07764490303