Getting to Hastings
If you book in advance you can get tickets from London to Hastings for just £5 each way.
Hastings train station is in a central town centre location. Operated by Southeastern, the station has regular trains from London, Ashford and other mainline stations. The Station is modern and fully accessible. There is an ATM, coffee shop, convenience shop, waiting room and toilets with baby changing facilities. A small car park is situated next-door to the station, as well as a taxi rank and bus stops.
Stagecoach offer regular services from Eastbourne, Dover and most of Rother to Hastings. The buses are modern and comfortable, often accessible for pushchairs and wheelchairs and provide a reliable and regular service within Hastings and the surrounding towns and villages.
There are three main taxi ranks in the town centre, with one at Hastings Train Station, one on Havelock Road and one on Queens Road.
Driving and parking
There are plenty of parking options in Hastings Town Centre if you can’t find a space along the seafront, including Priory Meadow Shopping Centre’s car park and the multi-storey in Priory Street, both of which offer £1 parking all day on Sundays.