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Old Town Hastings

High Street, Hastings, England
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Still quaint and quirky

We visited the old town to find White's sea food restaurant. It is a quaint and quirky area, very... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Joyce W
Nuneaton, United Kingdom
Great for everybody

Good choice of pubs, bars, restaurants, cafes and chip shops. Great night life for adults, live... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
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“antique shops” (155 reviews)
“george street” (121 reviews)
“high street” (108 reviews)
High Street, Hastings, England
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Reviewed yesterday

We visited the old town to find White's sea food restaurant. It is a quaint and quirky area, very different from the rest of Hastings. Well worth a visit, specially if you like browsing in antique shops and old book shops.

Thank Joyce W
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Good choice of pubs, bars, restaurants, cafes and chip shops. Great night life for adults, live bands, music etc. Crazy golf, adventure golf and pirate golf for the kids, along with trampolines, play park, sandpits, rides, arcades and of course, the beach. Old town carnival...More

Thank altimmins91
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Love the old town, Pretty, lovely views, loads of choices to eat and drink and loads to keep you all entertained from mini golf to cliff walks to museums to arcades. We will be back 😁

Thank kate l
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Always love a visit to the old town lots to see and people so nice in the shops. Lots of eateries and pubs x

Thank Moonbeam0108
Reviewed 4 days ago

every time I visit over 3 month periods the shops and restaurants change and always for the better. wonderful atmosphere and has got better over the years at last

Thank ozzie504
Reviewed 4 days ago

I moved to within 15 miles of Hastings a few years ago and absolutely love the old town. Its quirky with some real characters, some great events (try Jack in the Green / Bikers day / Pirate day / Old Town Carnival week / Bonfire...More

Thank shaungreennew
Reviewed 4 days ago

Now, this is olde Hastings with its narrow street, with new shops selling some very expensive up market items to the olde shops selling what you might expect past times. There are places to eat, get a hair cut a an olde fashion cut throat...More

Thank elgare
Reviewed 5 days ago

We hadn't expected more of Hastings than some lame 1066-themed business names (1st Prize went to a building supplies contractor who calls himself 'William the Concreter!'), a pier that has been recently rebuilt and the 'True Crime Museum', but we were delighted to happen upon...More

1  Thank Pete B
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We love visiting old towns and this was very much like the others, with antique shops, sweet shop, cafes, pubs, gift shops etc. Just find George's Street on the map and you are there. It is an easy walk from Pelham Car Park and the...More

Thank achilde
Reviewed 5 days ago

Loads of pubs, good restaurants, lots of live music. Always a good place to go. Lots of events throughout the year.

Thank Helen W
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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