Travelodge Hastings

Address: Bohemia Road, Hastings, East Sussex, England, TN34 1ET, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bohemia Road, Hastings, is near Fishermen's Museum, Camber Beach, Smugglers Adventure, and Hastings Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Hastings

    Now this is England

    A travel blog entry by jessica.schiesl on Oct 12, 2014

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... and the air was full of humidity that my map became very soft and soggy without even touching the water. After getting over the awe of the views we began walking through the small streets that twisted and turned in no practical pattern. Our stay was all the way at the end of Hastings, just before the cliffs. Peter was the owner and showed us around the place. Where we stayed was an 18th century family home called the Ebenezer House which recently got turned in to a ...

    Hastings - the final frontier

    A travel blog entry by brynbrooking on Jan 10, 2014

    ... that on the internet. No one. After a tiring day at work I flop down on the sofa like an Orca at one of those sea park shows! I have snacks and a tea (for anyone who is interested I have bread, butter, chips, peas, scampi, apple juice, water, appletiser, tomato ketchup, fromage frais, grapes, frazzles and leftover Christmas chocolates - so I get a pretty good baseline of good food)

    I could write another couple of paragraphs similar to the others but ...

    Canterbury, a Battle and a quiz.

    A travel blog entry by jayton on May 10, 2013


    ... impressive, but slightly less decorative than others we have seen in my opinion. The pipe organ in particular is most unimpressive. We have seen larger ones in small parish churches. Lots of Archbishops and other high up church people are entombed there, which is fair enough, but of more importance, in my eyes, is the number of men who gave their life for their country in numerous wars ...

    A quick visit to Hastings, Brede and Battle

    A travel blog entry by terryboo on May 26, 2012

    179 photos

    ... end and back, past the fishing boats and carnival rides. There were two funicular trains that climbed the steep hills to the old castle and a lookout, but both trains were closed for the evening and we didn't have time or the energy to walk up the hill to look at the castle and the view.

    The sun was setting, and people were started to arrive at the pubs and night spots, ready for a Saturday night of partying. ...

    Back to Blighty

    A travel blog entry by turkey_to_tt on Jun 28, 2011

    14 photos

    ... Unfortunately after one night in France one of them suffered a middle ear infection and lost his sense of balance. Not a good thing if you are riding a motorbike.

    They decided that since one was off colour, all four would return home. After we were loaded onto the chunnel train, one of the old boys pulled out a mouth organ and played Waltzing Matilda, much to Kerrie's delight.

    The chunnel trip is just great. ...