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Great days out in Hastings and 1066 country
‘History, nostalgia and stylish comfort’

St Leonards (near Hastings) B&B, Tower House 1066, is within easy reach of key Hastings 1066 country attractions. There is a full and lively cultural calendar of events in Hastings for visitors:

Take trips to nearby historic towns of Battle (where the famous Hastings 1066 battle occurred), Bodiam (with its 14thC castle) and Burwash (see Rudyard Kipling’s childhood home Batemans).


Follow William the Conqueror’s footsteps from Pevensey to Rye on the Hastings 1066 country walk.

Visit Hastings Stade (Saxon for ‘landing place’) beach to get the freshest local fish, Fisherman’s Museum and shipwreck and coastal heritage centre.

See the maze of underground tunnels and caverns at Smugglers’ Adventure and visit Hastings castle and 1066 story while on the west hill.

Stroll around St Leonards’ antique and bric-a-brac shops or have lunch in one of the great places in Hastings old town.



©Louise Tester

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We would like some details of Hastings. Where did the name, Hastings, come from? When did the first settlers start developing Hastings. What of the past still remains?

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