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Hastings Minibus

Hastings Minibus Hire

Welcome to Hastings Minibus Hire. We are a well-established Minibus and coach hire service that provide a first-class service to all our customers. We offer both standard and luxury hire minibuses and coaches. We have both self-drive and chauffeured options available. We can work with you to find options that fit your budget.

All our vehicles here at Hastings Minibus hire are under six years old. We take pride in our vehicles and great service, keeping our vehicles well maintained, and ready to give you a stress-free and enjoyable journey. Whether you would like to use our hire service for a corporate, or private event, we are happy to help you.

You can use Hastings Minibus service in and around Hastings, or further afield around the UK and continent. Hastings is a great place to visit, as it has numerous historical attractions, is also one of the biggest cosmopolitan towns in the UK with a large beach-launched fishing fleet. William the Conqueror built his first castle here, the remains of which still stand today, along with a preserved Old Town in the city.

Arts are one of the fields which have been highlighted immensely in Hastings, and it hosts one of the most stunning art galleries in the world, including the Jerwood Gallery.

Hastings has also been a flourishing trading and fishing centre, and after the Battle of Hastings, it became a famous seaside resort and a medieval Cinque Port. You can also enjoy looking at varied species of birds as they fly overhead.

From top to bottom, the town of Hastings is filled with history and amusement, which you can easily experience using Hastings Minibus Hire. Inside the West Hill, is the Smuggler Adventure in St Clements Cave, where you can see the history of smuggling come to life. Located below this is Pelham Beach, which is a breathtakingly beautiful pebble and sand beach. Moving towards the top of the East Hill, you will find the Hasting Country Park, which includes 660 acres of woodland and grassland, combined with rugged terrain and exposed cliffs.

Whether you want to sit back and enjoy free Wi-Fi with a cup of coffee in a nice little café or eat fresh calamari from the sea, you can find all of this at Hastings, along with other places of entertainment. The history has been preserved and well-kept in castles and the Old Town.

Attractions in and around Hastings

Hastings is an attractive town with a great deal to offer. The Old Town is located below Hastings Castle and consists of elegant and beautiful curvy buildings, which were constructed from 1824 to 1828. It includes half-timbered houses as well, with unique churches, which will stun you with their delicate architecture. There are many places of interest that Hastings Minibus Hire can take you to, so you can enjoy lots of happy and cherished experiences to look back on in the future.

Hastings Farmer’s Market: The farmer’s market is in Robertson Street, Hastings. It is operational on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month, between 9 am and 2 pm, and Produce is provided from the surrounding area.

The Yesterdays World Battle Museum: is in the nearby town of Battle. It is a fun museum which will take you back to British social history, with exceptional displays of a chemist, Victorian kitchen, and a sweet shop as well.

Hastings Country Park Nature Reserve: includes a fascinating view, which you can explore from the top of soft sandstone cliffs, grasslands and even woodlands. It covers an area of 852 acres and is one of the largest reserves in England. You can also come across a lot of wildlife, including many migratory birds if you take time to walk around the reserve and enjoy all it has to offer.

Bodiam Castle: was built in the late 14th century on the northern slopes of the Rother Valley. It is one of the most romantic castles in England. And much of the castle has remained in its original character.

Top 10 things to do in Hastings

  • Hastings Castle: The ruins of the castle, show evidence of where there was once a stone built fortress. Originally this was a wooden built tower which had a courtyard surrounding it. Ideal for history lovers.
  • Blue Reef Aquarium: Engages and educates people about a wide range of sea life creatures. Whether you want to see sharks, fascinating fish or even stunning reptiles, you can enjoy a fun packed day here, interacting with marine life and more.
  • Hill Cliff railway: Gives a spectacular view over the town. The railway has two cars running through fantastic tunnels and is located on an elevated platform. For the beautiful views and an exhilarating travelling experience, this is one of the many enjoyable things to do in Hastings.
  • Hastings Pier: Hastings Pier has reopened after restoration being completed. It has plans on hosting concerts and open-air film screenings. Since it has reopened, it has received the Pier of the Year award.
  • St Clements Cave: These caves have been a provider of shelters, a hospital and much more over time. They also have a history of being known as smuggler’s caves, which the historians are trying to dig into every day. The cave is filled with interactive displays, sound effects, and even dramatic recreations which bring its history alive.
  • Jerwood Gallery: Exhibits contemporary British art and is located next to the fishing beach. It also includes a diverse exhibition which keeps on changing, to keep the art alive.
  • White Rock Theatre. Owned by the Hastings Borough Council and is located on the seafront. The White Rock Theatre has a capacity to seat around 1066 people. It presents a collection of varied programs, ranging from opera to ballet, and from children’s shows to musicals.
  • The Shipwreck Museum. It includes artefacts from ship wreckages which were wrecked along the English Channel. It also includes exhibitions on fossils. For an interesting journey back in time, by looking at the ruins and wreckage, this small and independent museum has some interesting things on offer.
  • Curious About Hastings Tour. This is one of the tours about Hastings which provides fascinating details about the history of the town and its seaside. The guided walks involve a walk around old town circular, where you can explore the town, and notice things that you may not have seen before.
  • Old Town, Hastings: There are a variety of great restaurants, pubs, boutiques and more situated in the Old Town. And if you enjoyed watching ITV’s Foyle’s War drama, you can enjoy visiting D I Croft’s house, located in Croft Road. You can also see St Clements Church, which also appeared in the filming of the drama.

Hotels to stay in at Hastings

  • The White House Hotel: Overlooks the Old Town and the sea. It has beautifully manicured gardens and provides the perfect view for its guests. It is ideal for those wanting to take time to rest and relax in luxurious accommodation. The facilities include a breakfast room, guest lounge, and an outdoor swimming pool. Its expansive grounds enable guests to experience and enjoy beautiful scenery, whilst taking some peaceful walks here.
  • The Highlands Inn: is a 3-star hotel which is only minutes away from the beach and the Hastings Miniature Railway, allowing you access to all the attractions of the city. The city centre is also only ten minutes away from the hotel. It also has flat screen televisions and the free wireless internet to add to your enjoyment.
  • The Hastings Country House: is more like a resort with a spa and a restaurant, allowing maximum comfort to its guests. You can enjoy luxury dining and an elegant environment, all brought together in one place.

The Black Rock House: is a 5-star hotel which is only eight minutes away from the beach. The rooms include digital television, DVD players and free Wi-Fi services. The rooms are also large with luxurious beds. The house has been lovingly restored and is the perfect combination of both classic and modern styles.

We at Hastings Minibus Hire can provide a first-class airport transfer service for both private and corporate events.

Events of 2017 to 2018

December 2017

Pantos: are available entertainment in four different theatres in and around Hastings. The Stables Theatre are doing Tom’s Midnight Garden. The White Rock Theatre are doing Sleeping Beauty. And The Battle Memorial Hall and Rye Creative Centre, are also doing Productions for children and the whole family to enjoy.

15th July 2018

Hastings Pirate Day: Hastings has held the Guinness World Record for the most pirates situated in one place. Come along, and let out your buccaneer, at this fun day.

Year Round 2017 - 2018

The Environment Centre Hawke’s Bay, Hastings: You might consider what is going on at the Environment Centre at any time of the year, as they have a nice range of interesting and helpful workshops for you to take part in, and enjoy throughout the year.

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