Hastings and St Leonards-On-Sea Cottages

The Sussex coastal towns of Hastings and St Leonards-On-Sea have equal similarities, equal differeed to make your holiday as care-free as possible. Self-catering holiday homes allow for the freedom of deciding your own schedule and making yourself feel truly at home. Dog-friendly properties will also allow your pet to join you on the coast and share in a remarkable holiday experience.

If you fancy a night out, all of our properties in Hastings and St Leonards-On-Sea lie within one mile of a local pub, so you’re never far from a friendly face and warm welcome. Be sure to stop by for some delicious pub grub or a quick drink during your stay.    

Outside of your splendid accommodation, Hastings and St Leonards-On-Sea are bursting with exciting things to see and do. While Hasting’s history dates back to the infamous Norman invasion of 1066, St Leonards-On-Sea is much younger. As the vision of  property developer James Burton and his architect son, Decimus, St Leonards on Sea started being created in 1862. The influence of the regency era on St Leonards is still visible today and many visitors will notice its grand townhouses and white, detailed halls and municipal buildings have a distinctly Regency-era feel about them - including some of our holiday homes. 

St Leonards continued to be at the forefront of architectural ingenuity and saw the erection of Marine Court, a block of flats designed to look like a ship, in 1936. Today, Marine Court still has residents but it is also now a trendy precinct full of places to eat and drink, including the vegan burger joint Half Man, Half Burger!, and Pizzarellis, who offer takeaway so you can enjoy tasty pizza on the beach. 

Both St Leonards-On-Sea and Hastings Old Town have a distinctly artsy feel, with plenty of vintage shops, independent cafes and galleries lining the streets. Hastings Old Town is also home to Stade Beach, Britain’s oldest fishing fleet and a great spot to sample fresh Sussex seafood. After you lunch, head into the Old Town and pay a visit to the contemporary gallery there and the local fishing museum to really absorb what Hastings is all about. 

All this is without mentioning Hastings’ and St Leonard’s most famous attractions, including its proximity to Battle Abbey and grounds, the cliff railway up East Hill in Hastings, Rock-A-Nore Beach and St Leonards Gardens. Just an hour away from Brighton too, Hastings and St Leonards make for the perfect holiday spot, as local and regional exploration is at your fingertips. To find out more about the superb Sussex coast and why a holiday here is like no other, browse through our Sussex holiday cottages. ences and equal charm. Just a five minute drive away from each other, or a half-hour walk, Hastings and St Leonards can be comfortably explored together. Our holiday cottages here are spread across these seaside towns and put you in prime location for exploring the wonderful East Sussex coast. 

With a variety of desirable property features such as enclosed gardens, private parking and close proximity to the beach, our Hastings and St Leonards holiday cottages have everything you need

 



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