The House in Hastings
House in Hastings is an important Georgian house built high up on the West Hill on Croft Road in the Old Town of Hastings. The house has undergone two years of extensive restoration. It is now restored to its former glory as one of Hastings’ most important houses standing guard high up looking over the basin of the Old Town out to the English Channel. The house is thought to have been built by a retired Admiral in the latter part of the 18th Century. With fine proportions with a triple bay window, the house is entered through a raised private pavement giving a secluded entrance to the house. House in Hastings sleeps ten guests in five bedrooms over three floors with two further floors of reception rooms. There are four bathrooms (two ensuite) and two further cloakrooms. All the rooms are furnished with hand-picked antiques and vintage furnishing finished with luxurious bespoke curtains and hand-made custom carpets and rugs. All the paintwork is decorated in Mylands Colours of London range in shades of blues and greens.