"The breakfast menu was astonishing. Overall a fantastic hotel that offers a 1st class service."
Situated on Rock-a-Nore Road of Hastings Old Town, is the public home for the Jerwood Foundation's Collection of Modern British art, alongside a changing curated programme. The Gallery café, Webbe's at Jerwood, has breathtaking views over looking the Hastings Fishing Fleet and the Sussex Coastline. Click here to read more...
The Wellington Centre
The Wellington Centre is a destination for those in search of natural and complementary health, wellbeing and relaxation.
Within a spacious and beautiful Regency buildling at No. 44 Wellington Square, in Hastings, qualified, experienced and exceptionally gifted independent health professionals offer an integrated approach to your health and wellbeing. Click here to read more...
We are happy to recommend and make bookings for local quality restaurants and eateries including where to find the best fish and chips straight from the boats, part of the largest beach-based fishing fleet in Europe. For refreshment where to find traditional pubs and Hastings own micro brewery or even the best coffee in town.
If you are seeking buried treasure the Old Town and Norman Road have a mix of antiques, art galleries and craft shops to browse through.
For countryside and coastal scenery the Country Park begins at Rock-a Nore with the East Hill funicular, Britain's Steepest, which will take you up to panoramic views and miles of unspoilt countryside. For a more sedate wander why not try Alexandra Park or the beach at low tide where wide stretches of sand beckon you to paddle in the sea.
We are spoilt for choice in this corner of East Sussex with world famous gardens, Great Dixter and Sissinghurst, and a wealth of historic properties, Bodiam Castle and Battle Abbey, are all on Hastings door step. Hastings is a great starting point to explore the wealth and diversity of this coastal region. www.1066country.com