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Hastings, Sussex

Review of Hastings by A.Davidson on October 31st, 2010
Lovely museum.Steep climb on foot.Shame about the pier.The promenade frontage could improve with some Tlc.Nice outdoor market and quaint old town well worth a visit.

Review of Hastings by Jenny on August 8th, 2009
Blue reef...total waste of money, you are better off going to an aquatic store you will see just as much, small and just not worth it..but town and beech lovely..parking a little expensive

Review of Hastings by mrs c morrison on April 6th, 2008
i have renamed hastings scaffolding on sea.ive have been coming to hasting all my life because my mother is from there and i still have family down there.i live in perth scotland with my family and we have just spent a week in hastings and i would not recommend it to anyone its very shabby to say the least. and its very sad to see the pier in its present state.However i do recommend the three oaks inn fantastic food and drink and friendly folk. untill the next time goodbye for now MRS C MORRISON PERTH SCOTLAND

Review of Hastings by M HENDERSON on February 29th, 2008
SHERBARN IS A GREAT PLACE TO GO TO STAY FOR A FEW DAYS. THE SECURITY STAFF ARE SO FRIENDLY AND POLITE. ALLWAYS EAGER TO HELP, NO MATTER WHAT TIME OF DAY. YOU REALLY MUST VISIT, IF YOU NEED A SHORT BREAK.

Review of Hastings by Claire on December 17th, 2007
Please amend your prices on Clambers. It costs 6 pounds per child over 18 months plus 1 pound for each adult. Great venue but extortionate prices. Very expensive day out - It even has non-refundable lockers at 1 pound!!

Review of Hastings by Pete on March 28th, 2006
Although largely in ruins, Hastings Castle is an historical gem, and not only for playing its own part in the Battle of Hastings fought further inland at Battle. Thomas Beckett (a' Beckett is a modern version of his name that bears nothing to its reality) was a head priest of the chapel here, prior to becoming Archbishop of Canterbury, and this cliff-top site is still very atmospheric.The town of Hastings is largely Victorian, and tends to lie in the shadow of its more prestigious neighbour, but a lovely place to visit..and don't forget to look at the castle!

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