About Hastings Railway Station
Hastings Railway Station is the central train station serving the historic coastal town of Hastings, East Sussex. It was opened in 1851, and originally had a V-shaped design, allowing for two different railway companies to maintain their own platforms and booking areas. It underwent a large rebuilding in 2004, when its neo-Georgian booking hall was torn down, and replaced with the current, modernist building.
Known throughout Sussex and the south as a beautiful coastal town, Eastbourne is a wonderful place to escape the furore of the city, breathe in the fresh sea air, and soak in the staggering views of Beachy Head - the highest chalk cliff in the UK. The town itself has many of the traditional charms of an English seaside settlement, and further inland visitors can explore the beautiful, rolling hills and unspoilt woodland of the South Downs National Park.
Discover Eastbourne’s Italian Gardens
The Italian Gardens of Eastbourne are one of the lesser-known highlights of Sussex; a beautiful cluster of walled gardens, hidden pathways, and outdoor theatre spaces. A short walk from the Holywell Beach Marine Conservation Area, the gardens are perfect for tranquil walks and picnics, and during the spring and summer, host some truly magical productions of some of Shakespeare’s most popular plays.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Hastings Railway Station? Travelodge Hastings Hotel is just a five-minute drive away, and Travelodge Eastbourne Willingdon Drove Hotel can be reached in 40.