Summary[edit | edit source]
This hotel at the bottom corner of Wellington Square, built on the site of a former thatched house that had been used as a gin house in 1818 was described by Ross in 1845 as being a well known old establishment, with comfortable and snug apartments.
Facilities[edit | edit source]
The hotel had smoking, coffee, billiard and many other rooms whilst in the hands of Mr W. Pawley according to Whiteman's guide.
- Hastings of Bygone Days and the Present (Henry Cousins - 1911) pg.303 ISBN: 9789332862449 ESCC Library Google Books
- A Guide to Hastings & St Leonards (Thomas Ross 1835) pg.24 Google Books
- Whiteman's guide to Hastings, St. Leonards, and the neighbourhood – Spencer Whiteman (6th ed) pg.29 Google Books