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Map pinHastings · England
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Seascape. Outstanding panoramic views, with amazing vistas across the West Hill
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Seascape. Outstanding panoramic views, with amazing vistas across the West Hill

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SEA SCAPE A luxury apartment one bedroom apartment with open plan living space overlooking the West Hill. An orthopaedic king size bed and deluxe sofa bed in lounge. Maximum guests 4 Outstanding panoramic views..... across the West Hill and to the sea and beyond. Sea Scape has just been completely refurbished.....a first floor apartment in which we have tried to think of everything to make your stay luxurious memorable, enjoyable and special. The vistas are amazing. The apartment has new modern furnishings and fittings throughout. You approach the apartment by stairs leading to the first floor. The impressive south facing bright and airy lounge has a large bay window which light beams through all day. The windows are large door windows so if you want to bring the outside in, open the bay window sit back and relax and watch the world go by. The space has a modern fitted kitchen, breakfast bar and stools, dining room table and four chairs. The lounge area has a double sofa bed which can be used for extra sleeping. The bedroom has a brand new luxury king size bed and orthopedic mattress, from the window you can watch the sun set and the view of Beachy Head in the distance. Separate modern Bathroom to include bath, power shower wash basin and toilet. To include a few eateries in Hastings and St Leonards on Sea West Hill cafe. Local pub The Plough inn, The Crown, The old pump house, Whites sea food and steak bar, St Clements restaurant, The pelican Diner, Stag Inn, Rock a Nore Kitchen, Maggis Fish and Chips, Webbe’s Rock- a- Nore, Café Maroc, Two Bulls Steak House, The Land of Green Ginger, Blue Dolphine Fish Bar, Seed, Anabella, A Bella Vista, Cinnamon Spice, Gurkha Chef, Half Man Half burger, St Clements, Bay Spice, The Thai House, Rustico, Kings Fish Bar, Graze, Kino Pizzareli, Kassa Coffee Love café, Pelican Dinner, Bonjour, The Goat Ledge... and many more THINGS TO DO AND SEE The award winning Hastings Pier, Art galleries, the local fishing fleet, numerous bars, pubs, restaurants, Antique shops, and many independent Shops selling almost anything you can think of. St Leonards and Hastings run into one another along the promenade . The seaside resort caters for holiday makers. You can walk across the west hill and down some twittens to the old town which is untouched from another time with the cobbled streets old buildings and alley ways. The sea shore has 3 miles of shingle beach but when the tide goes out a sandy beach and rock pools can be found. The fishing boats land in Hastings with their daily catch one can even buy fish from the boats directly. Independent cinema, include the Kino in Normans Road St Leonards, the Electric palace in the old town, or the Odeon in Hastings new town. Chance your luck with bingo, three crazy golf pitches. Bounce away on a trampoline! Enjoy sailing, paddle boarding, surfing, canoeing, wind surfing, skate boarding, swimming, rock pooling and fishing, to name a few activities. The award winning Pier is along the promenade which is flat and wide, and you can either walk, or run! The promenade also has a cycle track and if cycling is your thing, the area has some of the best cycle routes (and walks) in the country. The views over the country park from the apartment will encourage you to step out and explore. You can take either of the two funicular railways up to some beautiful, panoramic views of the sea and 1066 country. Attractions West Hill and East Hill, funicular railways. The ruins of Hastings Castle, Fishing Museum, Art gallery, The Print works, Hastings Aquarium, Smugglers Caves, There are many great dates to mark in your diary to include processions, carnivals and festivals throughout the year, Pirates Day, Herring festival, beer Festival, Jack in the Green, Veterans Day, the Pram Race and Hastings famous Bonfire Night procession. Yearly dates can be found on the 1066 website. Transport Buses run along the coast line in both directions Road – The A21 trunk road from London passes through St Leonards towards Hastings. Rail – The town is served by two railway stations, Hastings train Station. St Leonards (Warrior Square) and West St Leonards and There is one line from Charing Cross and London Bridge, via Tunbridge Wells serving both stations; and another from Victoria, via Eastbourne serving just St Leonards (Warrior Square). Warrior square station is the a few minutes away and has easy access to the apartment. In the other direction train links to Rye and Ashford direct with links to Paris! Parking outside...... street parking The views and apartment will certainly not disappoint whatever time of year you visit. We are looking forward to hosting you. SEA SCAPE a stay where we have tried to think of everything........... You will most definitely want to come back! The apartment awaits you. Escape to HASTINGS................ ready for you to explore! WELCOME


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