As this is a new listing, please look at our other properties on this site 861929 and 924830 for an idea of the standard of luxury we will be befitting this property and read our rave reviews which will help convince you that booking this new refurbishment will be a good call.
Marine Court became famous in the 1930's when it was first built for being the tallest building in Europe at 13 storeys high - how times have changed! It remains however a well-known landmark to this day and will no doubt give you a holiday to remember!
Our apartment within this building is decorated in the best contemporary style as a wonderful coastal retreat for romantic weekends or longer holidays alike and we know you will love staying here. Small families could also stay here as we have a sofa bed in the sitting room if you are not travelling as a couple and need an extra bed.
You will be able to enjoy the captivating view of the beach and the sea just outside, whilst nestling in an important building in English history, a recipe for a wonderful stay - so book today and enjoy the marvels of Hastings and this part of the coastline in east Sussex.
There is an incredible amount to do around this area to occupy you during your stay, whether you are a walker/rambler, historian, garden fanatic, regular tourist or just want a quiet time at the seaside with some wonderful seafood meals, you will find this location has something for everyone!
It is even an area rich for geocaching if you find this is a current interest but for those romantics amongst us, this is a romantic haven overlooking the sea, with a double sofa-bed in the sitting room to sleep an extra 2 people if necessary making this suitable for up to 4 people.
Local Activities: There is a lot to see in Hastings to keep you busy for many days. Whether you wish to explore the many historic locations around this area in: Battle, Rye and Bexhill-on-sea, or prefer to enjoy the coastline and take some leisurely walks, you will be assured that you can do it all based in this wonderful location.
Hastings is one of Britain's oldest fishing ports. Fishing boats have worked from the beach in front of the old town for over a thousand years and are now a tourist attraction. The Fisherman’s Museum contains one of these fishing boats and the building was constructed around it
Nearby Castles and Forts can be found at: Pevensey, Herstmonceux, Scotney, Bodiam and Camber. The Bodiam Castle in particular is a well preserved and beautiful castle with a moat in a lovely river location.
There are also many amazing festivals around this area throughout the year, which are well-worth attending, showing how vibrant this community can be.
Hastings enjoys loads of sun in the summer.
Seaside and Seafood Fare: Hastings is one of only a few of the old style fishing locations where you will see every day the fishing vessels hauled onto the beach after the early morning fish. As a result the Fish and Chips in any of the local sea front cafes/restaurants is about as fresh as it could be. Some sellers along the front sell cups of shelled prawns, clams, cockles and other types of seafood for you to enjoy. The fish shop nestled amongst the Fisherman’s Wharf (the old black timber constructions), is definitely worth a visit and is fun for children to see all the varieties available.
A favourite restaurant is Cosmo’s (Chinese/Asian) on the Sea-front. Enjoy an all you can eat buffet while a Teppanyaki chef cooks your choice of fresh food while you wait. Other Asian delights of Sushi and the usual Duck pancakes, tiger prawns etc are on offer and there is even chicken nuggets and chips for the less adventurous in your party. Definitely worth a visit after a day of working up an appetite at the seaside!
Leisure Activities/Tourist Attractions: Hastings Aquarium,
Pitch n’ Putt (sea-front),
Great Dixter House and Gardens (Rye),
Bodiam Castle (Robertsbridge),
Merriments Gardens (Hurst Green)
Great Dixter House and Gardens (Northiam, Rye),
Finchcocks Musical Museum,
Pashley Manor Gardens (Ticehurst),
Battle Abbey and Battlefield,
De La Warr Pavillion (Bexhill–on-Sea),
Battle Museum of Local History,
Pevensey Court House Museum and Jail,
Jerwood Art Gallery
WALKS: The Coastal Path and the Country Park walks are stunning as well as walks around the town. Walk from the top of East Cliff down the windy road and you will get to the historic old town with some truly wonderful old buildings to marvel at and enjoy, many still characterful residences to this day!
CYCLING: there is a wonderful cycle path route along the entire length of the sea-front on the promenade (soon to extend to Bexhill) – be prepared though for oblivious pedestrians to amble across your path!