Pevensey Bay

The area around Pevensey Bay is renowned for medieval piracy and medieval defence and is famous for its place where William the Conqueror landed in 1066 before the Battle of Hastings.

Sights and places of interest

Enrich your day out to Pevensey Bay by visiting or looking out for:

  • Pevensey Castle
  • Martello tower no 64 at the Crumbles, 1.3km north east of Langney Point

Planning your journey

Facilities at Pevensey Bay station

General facilities at Pevensey Bay station
Facility Available
Car Park
Cycle Storage 5 spaces

Baby Change
Staffing unstaffed
Waiting Room
Seated Area Yes.
ATM Machine
Tourist Information

Accessible travel

Accessible facilities at Pevensey Bay station
Facility Available
Staff Help Available A staff-operated ramp is required for step-free access between train and platform at this station. Station staff are not usually available, however on-train staff are available to assist you on and off some services.

Monday To Friday - Unknown Hours
Saturday - Unknown Hours
Sunday - Unknown Hours
Impaired Mobility Set Down No dedicated area
Ramp For Train Access Yes.
Step Free Access This is a Category B1 station: Step-free access to both platforms via separate entrances and short (below 400m) ramps (below 1:10 gradient). Access between platforms via level crossing. Assistance Meeting Point is at the platform 1 entrance.
Wheelchairs Available
National Key Toilets
Induction Loop
Accessible Taxis
Accessible Ticket Machines Yes.
All Southern ticket machines are able to sell tickets with Disabled Persons Railcard discounts. Ticket machines are of an accessible design, however their location and the station itself may not be so please check the station access note for further details
Height Adjusted Ticket Office Counter
Nearest Stations With More Facilities
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