St Botolph's church was originally a 14th century building, though it is recorded that there was a priest in Burton Hastings in 1086.
It consists of a chancel, nave, south porch and a tower with crenellation and pinnacles.
The chancel and part of the tower are considered fourteenth century. The nave was rebuilt at the beginning of the sixteenth century, followed by the rebuilding of the tower.
More recently the Church has been re-roofed and the exterior walls partly renovated. A new south porch added and the interior refitted.