Town House Rooms is located in the heart of Hastings town centre, above Pissarro's Brasserie. This hidden treasure is based directly opposite Priory Meadow shopping centre, car park and a short stroll from our historic beach front.

Our beautiful town attracts a wide variety of guests due to the many local events such as the Hastings Beer and Music Festival, Midsummer wine and Jazz Festival and the Hastings Seafood and Wine festival where local business owners come together to celebrate hundreds of years of fresh fish caught by many generations of fishermen. Not to mention, our historic fishing port which is one of the only ports still in use since 1814 as well as being the largest beach launched fishing fleet in Europe. Hastings being a famed seaside resort since Victorian times has plenty of fresh fish and chip shops, amusements, fishing huts, bars and the old town full of maritime pubs. Hastings was historically known for smugglers dating back hundreds of years, the cliffs formed around 14,000B.C during the last ice age, since their creation, these mysterious and spooky caves have played a interesting role to Hastings, with notable celebrities such as the Rolling Stones, and the royal family. Our Old town is packed with endless amount of ghostly tales and beer!

Hastings however is more famous for the battle of Hastings in 1066, when William the conqueror defeated Harold Godwinson, after which he built a castle atop the cliff, locally known as the 'West Hill', although now largely destroyed the remaining walls stand as a prominent feature above our town.

Townhouse rooms is based above Pissarro's, formerly known as the Princes Hotel. In 1992 it was renamed after famed impressionist artist Lucien Pissarro. He grew up surrounded by many artists, friends of his father's with notable additions such as Claude Monet, Pierre Auguste Denoir, Georges Seurat and Paul Signar. Pissarro's as it is known today fully opened in 1994 offering great food, friendly service and live music!