Our pub was named to commemorate the day in 1858 when Queen Victoria's husband passed through Hastings en route to Prussia and was met by the town’s patriotic citizens.
You’ll find us on a smart residential street, less than half a mile from Hastings train station, and just a five-minute walk from the busy town centre.
This is a traditional pub, serving an excellent selection of ales and lagers from Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest brewer, and a good selection of ciders, wines, spirits and soft drinks.
We have a pool table and a darts board, but no loud music or TV sports to get in the way of a good chat.
Why not pop over to see us soon?
There are plenty of things to do in Hastings. Here are a few:
Want to stand on the spot where, 950 years ago, the famous Battle of Hastings was fought? This is where you need to be.
The UK's steepest funicular railway gives you access to the beautiful Hastings Country Park which has great views over Hastings and is an area of archaeological importance.
The museum is dedicated to the fishing and maritime history of our beautiful seaside town.
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 23:00
How to find us
From the A259 coast road, head towards town centre on the A2101 Albert Road; Cornwallis Street is a turning on the left (after West Terrace).