Cheap Hotels in Hastings
This lovely hotel is in Hastings. Visitors will enjoy a peaceful and calm stay at Phoenix Guest House as it counts with a total of 6 accommodation units. Pets are not allowed at Phoenix Guest House.
Millifont Guest House Hotel
Pier 61 Hotel
The Grosvenor Guest House Hotel
Hotels in Hastings
Few people could disassociate Hastings with the infamous Battle of Hastings of 1066, which, according to many historians, was the last successful invasion of English soil.
There is no question that this charismatic seaside resort, one of the most handsome on the South Coast, will always have a very special place in English history. It was, after all, the first settlement to be claimed by the notorious Norman leader William the Conqueror, who was responsible for the creation of many of Britain's most treasured medieval landmarks. The revolutionary battle, which occurred on October 14th, probably took place several miles from the town, in a place called Battle. It proved to be a decisive victory for William's army, who managed to defeat King Harold's troops thanks to the Normans' markedly superior military techniques.
Certainly, no visit to Hastings would be complete without visiting the town's fascinating castle. Although now in ruins, this landmark is the oldest Norman castle in the country, and commands fine views over the town and the coastline. However, the building was besieged by the French during the Hundred Years' War and the Second World War, although it has since been preserved and is now one of the most popular visitor attractions in East Sussex.
The Hastings Museum and Art Gallery
This popular venue organises several temporary exhibitions each year and showcases the works of one of Britain's most distinguished late-Georgian architects, James Burton. He founded St Leonards-on-Sea, adjacent to Hastings, and designed many buildings in London's historic writers' district of Bloomsbury.
The Hastings Country Park
Overlooking dramatic sandstone cliffs, Hastings Country Park was founded in the 1970s and is part of the magnificent High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The park, which is still open every day, has been an area of human habitation since the prehistoric era and is maintained by the Friends of Hastings Country Park association.
The Hastings Fishermen's Museum
Based in the Victorian Gothic-Revival style Fishermen's Church, this museum opened to the public in 1956 and examines the area's important fishing and maritime heritage. The building, which is now Grade II-Listed, was due to be demolished in the 1950's but was protected thanks to a campaign led by the Old Hastings Preservation Society.
Where to eat
If you're looking for some delicious fresh pizzas, head to Pizzarelli, or enjoy delightful Turkish flavours at Nazar. For mouthwatering Thai food, dine at the Boulevard Bookshop and Thai Café, or head to the Two Bulls Steakhouse for some fabulous steaks.
For elegant surroundings and superb hospitality, stay at the Bannatyne Spa Hotel or the Zanzibar Hotel Hastings, two of the most luxurious Hastings hotels. For excellent value for money, book a stay at the stylish Premier Inn Hastings, or try the affordable Best Western Royal Victoria Hotel with its charming, traditional interior.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Hastings
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Hastings?The best hotels to stay in Hastings are Chatsworth Hotel, Alexander's and Number 46 Rooms and Apartments.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Hastings?Chatsworth Hotel in Hastings offers one night in a double room at the price of £48.
What are the best hotels in Hastings near the center?The White Rock Hotel, The Lindum and Alexander's are located in the central neighborhood of Hastings.
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