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It was very interesting walking around this beach and strand here, with the tall netting sheds, museums, all redolent of the old fishing traditions. With all the mechanised tractors to get the boats in and out of the water, it must have been indescribably hard...More
This is a somewhat stark looking cafe close to the Jerwood Gallery in Old Hastings. Big plate glass windows and an outside terrace give views of the beach and the net-drying huts. Not cheap, but everything seems to be of excellent quality, especially the breakfasts.
Pleasant walking around old town and the Stade. Lots of old houses, lanes, alleys and twittens! Enjoyed seeing the filming locations for Foyle’s War. Great view from hill near castle. Interesting to stroll around the Stade and see the fishing boats and net huts.
Seems we only come here in cold weather but still very enjoyable. Shingle Beach with unique tall fisherman`s net stores. Fresh fish sales , seafood outlets , pub and toilets together with museums and shops make this well worth a visit. Must try to visit...More
The Stade as it is today is a picturesque tourist area of Hastings that is centred around the shingle beach and unique tall black timber net sheds. This area has been home to the local fishing fleet for hundreds of years. This is an interesting...More
Such a picturesque part of my wonderful town. The tall fishing huts loom over the fish sellers, who trade their wares with honesty. Walk all the way down to the car park at the end of Rock a Nore road for a dramatic view of...More