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  • Beauport Park Golf Course
    Battle Rd, St Leonards, Battle, Saint Leonards-on-sea TN37 7BP
    www.beauportparkgolf.club | 01424854245
  • Hyfield Riding School
    Swainham Ln, Green St, Saint Leonards-on-sea TN38 8ED
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On the Water

  • Epic Life Hastings
    Epic Life at Source Park, Hastings TN34 1JL
    www.epiclife.co.uk | 07377184505
  • Action Watersports
    Action Watersports Lake, 1 Dengemarsh Rd, Romney Marsh TN29 9JH
    www.actionwatersports.co.uk | 01797321885
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Walking & Cycling

  • Hastings Cycle Hire & Sales
    St Andrews Market, 1a Shops, Waldegrave St, Hastings TN34 1SJ
    www.hastingsbikes.co.uk | 01424444013
  • There is some great walking on offer around Hastings. Both the Hastings Coastal Walk and the Hastings Country Walk are worth checking out. See the website provided below for more details on walking in the area.
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  • Glo Pamper
    For pampering in the comfort of your property. A range of treatments available from a local therapist including massage, pedicure, manicure, etc. To book please use the contact details below and quote ‘kate & toms’. Guests are advised to book well in advance.
    www.glo-pamper.co.uk | 020 7096 0385


Top Places To Visit

Historic Buildings

Stately Homes & Gardens

  • Michelham Priory House & Gardens
    Michelham Priory, Upper Dicker, Hailsham BN27 3QS
    www.sussexpast.co.uk | 01323844224

Places to Shop

  • Hastings Shopping
    UK, 10 Queens Rd, Hastings TN34 1PA


Top Things to Do for Children


  • Hastings Fishermen’s Museum
    Rock-a-Nore Rd, Hastings TN34 3DW
    www.ohps.org.uk | 01424461446


  • Drusillas Park
    Zoo Park Ltd, Drusillas, Berwick, Polegate BN26 5QS
    www.drusillas.co.uk | 01323874100
  • Trampolines Hastings
    Marine Parade, Hastings TN34 3AJ


  • Hastings
    Hastings’ main beach backs right onto the seafront of this established seaside resort town so you are never far away from the town’s facilities and attractions. Backed by grand whitewashed Edwardian hotels and a two-layered promenade.
  • Camber Sands
    Camber Sands is a little unusual for a Sussex beach and the reason is in the name. Yes, sands! Unlike most beaches along the Sussex coast which are lined with pebbles and shingle held in place by a series of groynes, Camber Sands is covered in fine, golden sand. Not only that but Camber is home to the only sand dunes in East Sussex.
  • Broomhill
    Just east of Camber Sands is the lesser known Broomhill. Whilst it may not be nestled amongst the sand dunes in quite the way as its neighbour, Broomhill is still one of the best beaches around. At low tide the beach is a very flat and sandy expanse with the sea seemingly miles away. This makes it ideal for activities that require plenty of space, such as sand-buggies. When the wind isn’t up it’s a perfect spot for a paddle.