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From ghost walks and galleries, to museums and medieval cellars; there''s plenty for the whole family to see and do in Hastings.

At the time of the Norman Conquests Hastings was a small fishing and trading port; today it consists of the Old Town with half-timbered houses and narrow passageways, a bustling town centre and the elegant St. Leonards district with its antique shops and galleries. To learn more about the town’s history visit The Fisherman’s Museum and the Maritime Museum.

There are numerous seafood restaurants in this seafaring town and a fantastic fish market, to see some more unusual marine life; pay a call at Blue Reef Aquarium. You can see Hastings'' heritage come to life at Smugglers Adventure in St Clements Caves and below, is Pelham Beach.

For a heathland hike, head for Hastings Country Park,which can be reached by the East Hill Lift, the steepest funicular railway in Britain. To glimpse Hastings past visit Yesterday''s World; this attraction is home to more than 10,000 genuine historical artefacts and you can wander through Victorian streets or revisit the psychedelic seventies. If history is your thing, you can visit the castle, the museum and even go on an Old Town Ghost Walk.

Just outside Hastings, you''ll find historic Winchelsea where you can book on a ''cellar tour''! There are 56 medieval cellars in Winchelsea, built in the 13th Century and used mainly to service the wine trade with Gascony. You might even be lucky enough to be in Hastings during the annual re-enactment of its famous Battle, where there''ll also be authentic period crafts and living history encampments.

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  • Seaview


    Ref: UKC723

    Just a stone’s throw away from the seafront at Bexhill, with deck chairs and beach huts, lies this attractively restored Edwardian villa. Seaview provides accommodation for extended families and groups that are seeking a memorable break by the sea. This property is ideal all year round, as when the evenings turn cooler, guests can curl up in front of the welcoming wood burner after an evening stroll or cycle along the promenade. Bexhill appears to enjoy its own microclimate, and in surveys apparently achieves on average 4 hours more sunshine than other seaside towns on the south coast. Popular for its health giving air amongst the Victorians, Bexhill now boasts a well-equipped leisure centre with pools and flumes, good restaurants, continental style pavement cafés and shops. Take in a show or exhibition at the art deco, style De La Warr Pavillion. Visit the museum and discover the town’s motor racing past. Nestled between Hastings and Eastbourne in the heart of 1066 country make sure you visit Battle, Pevensey, Rye, Bodiam Castle and Beachy Head. Try your hand at tennis, which is situated opposite in Egerton Park, or head to two of the finest golf courses in Sussex which are both within easy reach. Beach 200 yards. Shop, pub and restaurant 500 yards.

    9 steps to entrance.
    Ground Floor:
    Living room:
    With wood burner, 32" Freeview TV, DVD player, CD player and wooden floor.
    Dining room: With wooden floor.
    Kitchen: With dual-fuel range, microwave and pantry.
    Utility room: With fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer.
    Sun room.
    Shower room 1:
    With shower cubicle and toilet.
    First Floor:
    4 steps up to...
    Bedroom 1: With kingsize bed and balcony with furniture.
    Bedroom 2: With double bed, single bed and 32" Freeview TV.
    Shower room 2: With double walk in shower, toilet and heated towel rail.
    Bathroom: With roll-top claw foot bath.
    Separate toilet.
    Second Floor:
    Bedroom 3:
    With double bed and 3 steps to walk in wardrobe.
    Bedroom 4:
    With twin beds.

    Gas central heating, gas, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial logs for wood burner included. Enclosed courtyard with garden furniture and barbecue. Private parking for 2 cars, additional on road parking available. No smoking.

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  • Holly Cottage


    Ref: PW7

    Peacefully situated and enjoying splendid views over the local countryside, this spacious detached house is placed back from the quiet village road. It has been skilfully refurbished to a good standard, and makes an ideal holiday destination for two families or one extended family. Pett is a charming village, with a post office/shop (open Monday to Friday), butchers’ and two pubs serving excellent food.

    The unspoilt shingle beach, about a mile away, is good for rock pooling and fossil hunting. It is also a haven for birds and there is a public hide at Pannel Valley Nature Reserve near Pett Level. The sandy beach and dunes at Camber are a short drive away. Also nearby are the picturesque village of Winchelsea and the medieval town of Rye with its many antique shops, tea rooms, historic inns, fine restaurants, and 12th-century tower. Here there is also a museum housing a number of relics from Rye’s past, and a lovely art gallery that houses temporary exhibitions by local artists as well as a small permanent collection of works by artists associated with Rye.

    This a popular holiday place all year round with plenty of sites to visit locally, including Battle with its abbey ruins, Hastings with its 1066 links and smugglers’ caves, and Tenterden with its steam railway. There are also many National Trust houses and beautiful gardens within easy reach, including Bodiam Castle, Smallhythe Place and Batemans. Ashford, 30 miles away, offers day trips to France by Eurostar. Alternatively there is a ferry crossing at Dover. There are many scenic walks in the area, both coastal and inland, and it is common to see ramblers in the village, mostly heading for the popular pub! Also locally, there is golf, riding, cycling, sea and freshwater fishing. Post office/shop opposite.

    Spacious open-plan living/dining room with ceramic floor tiles and underfloor heating. French windows to large garden. Modern, well-equipped kitchen with door to garden. Twin bedroom with en-suite shower room and toilet. First floor: Two double bedrooms, each with 4ft 9in bed and TV, one with additional single sofa-bed (for +1), one with French windows opening onto small balcony overlooking this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Twin bedroom. Bathroom with over-bath shower, shower cubicle and toilet.

    Electricity, underfloor central heating (downstairs), full gas central heating, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Cot. High chair. Digital TV. DVD (small library). Stereo/CD. Microwave. Washing machine. Tumble dryer. Dishwasher. Fridge/freezer. Garden with furniture. Two decks. Barbecue. Parking (for 3 cars).

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