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West St Leonard’s Station is in Hastings and it is one of four stations in the town. It opened for travel in 1887 and it is on the London – Tunbridge Wells – Hastings Line. Services from this station run to Crowhurst, Ore, London Cannon Street, Hastings and London Charing Cross. Over the years the station has become more popular and today almost 110,000 use it annually.
Being a driver, there are always instances that you will to stop using your car and catch a train. This is the reason why on YourParkingSpace there are a number of parking spots near West St Leonards Station. Whether you catch the train every day, or are travelling on a single journey, a suitable car parking space can be booked. Pre-book now near West St Leonards Station & save money rather than turning up on the day.
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The space was very small - my car only just fit but still stuck out a bit onto the pavement and it's a small car. However it did the job and was in a convenient location.Joanna
This is a good space 20 minutes stroll from the beach. I left my Honda Civic in the space from Friday evening until Sunday afternoon with no problems. The space is off-road and cars are kept behind a gate. The gate posts didn't leave a lot of wiggle room either side of my car, but I had a friend with me in the car to guide me in and help me reverse out when the time came to leave. My car was probably the biggest that could fit through the gates. The host was friendly.Nichola
Small space as described.managed to park Honda jazz ok.Simon
Very convenient for Brighton hospital. Just a few mins walk away. My Ford Fiesta fitted in the space with a small part overhanging pavement. Wouldn't recommend parking anything bigger than this in this spaceSarah
When i arrived another vehicle was already parked, and the space owner did not answer or return my phone call and did not answer when I knocked on the door of the house, meaning I had to park elsewhere for the weekend!! POOR POOR SERVICE, HOW DO I GET A REFUND?LEE
The space was fine but after checking on Google Maps and Apple Maps, it was 33 minutes (about 1.4 miles) walk from the Brighton Pier so we ended up not using it. Its certainly close to the race track and other amenities but for the seafront, its a hike.Matthew
This is a small parking space. Large enough for a small car, but is difficult to prevent the parked car from encroaching on the turning circle (which is the public road immediately next to the parking space).Kath
Found it quite easily (Tom Tom helped). Walked to hotel (about 25 mins) but got a cab back as it was mostly uphill. Felt safer leaving it on someone's drive. Booking was easy and the response was friendly. Would use again.Joyce
Brilliant space to work at the hospital, easy to find and easy to fit my car (it's quite big!)Holly
Directions were reasonably clear, arrived on site but as we were the only car there thought it best to check i was in the right place. Tried to call the parking space owner on the supplied number but could not get through. In the end i left my contact details and details of who I parked through on a post-it note on the dash and hoped for the best. Access to the parking a little tight turning in from Shipyard Lane. All in all worked out fine, 5 minutes walk into town and no driving around looking for parking, would have liked to be able to confirm i was in the right place (perhaps a sign on the gate?)Gary