Tivoli Hotel

From Historical Hastings

During the mid 19th Century, there were pleasure gardens attached which often held fairs etc[1], the building which is believed to have stood at the apex of the corner between Battle Road and Sedlescombe Road North between 1830 and 1860, was a high-class establishment which lent its name to Silverhill at one time. Baines suggests that the Tivoli may have moved location to Battle Road becoming the Tivoli Tavern during the 1860s[2].


References & Notes

  1. Osborne's Stranger's Guide to Hastings and St Leonards c1854 Pg. 24 Google Books On this wiki
  2. Histories of Hastings' Houses and Properties in three volumes: J. Manwaring Baines - Hastings Museum and Art Gallery