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Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale


11-12 Rock-A-Nore Road
TN34 3DW
Emailmoc.evil@bupnihplod Telephone(01424) 434326
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Opening times: Mon–Thu 10:00-23:00; Fri 10:00-24:00; Sat 09:00-24:00; Sun 09:00-23:00

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:

Reopening 12 April Monday - Thursday 12pm-9pm Friday - Saturday 12pm-11pm Sunday 12pm-9pm Tables and seats on front Veranda only Won't be taking bookings for the time being. Also over18 only no children until further notice. Every individual who visits has to sign in or scan the government's QR code. You have to be seated to purchase food and drink. If you need to use the toilet you must wear a mask.

See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.

An Eighteenth Century traditional pub in Hastings Old Town. It is family run and has very long links to the local fishing community, witness the memorabilia and old photographs that adorn the walls. There is a large veranda, overlooking the famous fishermans' huts and both food and drink can be enjoyed there while watching the various fishing activities. Fish is sourced from the Hastings fishermen and delivered to the pub kitchen, straight from the beach or market. Voted the local CAMRA Branch Community Pub of the Year for 2018 and 2019 and presented with a certificate to mark ten consecutive years appearing in CAMRA's Good Beer Guide; the presentation pictures above show these awards being made. Although Ore railway station is slightly closer, Hastings station has a better train service and other public transport links and is a level walk, as opposed to a hilly walk to and from Ore.