Luxury Self Catering Apartments
Rocklands holiday park offers six luxury self catering holiday apartments in Hastings, East Sussex. The beautiful apartments are available now for short weekend breaks or longer stays. We offer six apartments overlook the sparkling English Channel with views to die for! Fitted to an exceptionally high standard, our holiday apartments will ensure you have a wonderful time when visiting Hastings and the many other interesting areas and attractions around this part of Sussex.
We Please note we operate an ADULTS ONLY, NO PETS and NO SMOKING policy, thank you.
There are four large two-bedroom self catering apartments, each one has a main bedroom with a double bed and en-suite bathroom and one twin room with a separate bathroom. Also available are two, one bedroom apartments with a double bed, ideally suited for couples.
The Penthouse offers luxury accommodation with a large open plan lounge / kitchen and dining area, two bedrooms, each with a double bed and en-suite bathrooms, a balcony with seating and stunning views – it really does need to be seen to be appreciated!
Each ground floor self catering apartment features a patio area with seating. There is a balcony with each of the three first floor apartments, which have level entry from the car park. Private parking is available next to the entrance.
All rooms are double glazed and fully insulated with underfloor heating for the winter months. Wi-fi access is available in all apartments. The development is located within Rocklands Holiday Park, a small, peaceful family-owned park with privately owned static holiday caravans.
Rocklands self catering apartments are in a perfect location in the countryside overlooking the sea.
Our luxury accommodation is set next to the 600 acre Hastings Country Park which is part of the unspoilt coastline designated a High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and renowned for its varied flora and fauna.
Our self catering apartments are within a 5 minute car drive or a 15 minute walk from the historic Old Town of Hastings with its castle, quaint historic houses and shops and a traditional fishing fleet on the beach at Rock-a-Nore.
Slightly further afield is Battle Abbey where the battle of 1066 took place and Pevensey Castle. There are numerous walking and cycling trails, in fact you will never be short of something to do in 1066 Country.
Hastings Old Town has a variety of places to experience, from Castles to cafes. In a very short time, Hastings has become one of the hot must-see holiday destinations in the United Kingdom.
The historic Hastings old town is filled with places old and new that will please tourists to the area.
We are lucky in that the our self catering apartments are located just a 10 minute walk from Hastings Old Town which makes it a perfect location for our guests to enjoy the best of Hastings.
Hastings Old Town is now filled with boutiques and speciality shops that dot the lanes of the area. Whether it is clothing or artisan food shops, visitors can find a diverse range of products in the Old Town. There is also a range of places to stay in Hastings to suit all tastes and budgets.
Tourists can also find plenty of restaurants, cafes and pubs located in the Old Town to enjoy a night out. Add in the tea rooms and antique shops on the twittens (narrow streets), and the Old Town is full of great places to browse throughout the day.
Hastings Castle is another popular local attraction. Originally built in 1066, Hastings Castle gives visitors breath-taking views that overlook the sea. The castle was the first Norman motte-and-bailey to be built in the UK. Revived during Victorian times after a turbulent past that saw it destroyed and buried, Hastings Castle is a portrait into Britain’s past.
A visit to the castle will give tourists a lesson in the Battle of Hastings as they venture around the ruins of the old fortification. Guests can experience a 20 minute audio-visual program that tells all about the history of the castle.
Hastings has long known for its maritime and fishing history, the Hastings Fishernmens Museum is dedicated to all those that worked in the region’s sea going industries. Housed in an old church, the Fishermen’s Museum is open 364 days a year and tells fantastic seafaring stories from years gone by.
The museum also shows historians just how fishermen worked centuries ago to bring in their fishing hauls. Whether getting out of the sun or rain, or learning about one of the UK’s most historic industries, the Hastings Fishermen’s Museum is a must see.
The Stade in Hastings is one of the most well-known areas near the Old Town in Hastings. The shingle beach has been used for beaching boats for over a thousand years. In modern times, it is the home to the largest fleet of beach-launched fishing boats in Europe.
Throughout the year a variety of events take place at the Stade from small concerts to markets, drawing crowds to the area. The Stade also has numerous restaurants and kiosk selling fresh fish from the boats just returning from their trips out to sea.
Another fun pastime is a trip on the Hastings Miniature Railway, great fun all the family is a trip on the famous Hastings miniature railway which runs from the Stade along the beach front.
Hastings Miniature Railway is a 10.25&No.8243; gauge miniature railway located on the seafront which opened on 5th June 1948 and still remains a popular tourist attraction to this day.
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This page was last updated: 21 April 2017