contact details:
  • address:   1 Pleasant Row, Hastings Old Town, East Sussex TN34 3AS, UK
  • phone:      01424 428 944  (from abroad: 00 44 1424 428 944)
  • mobile:     07834 039 155 (from abroad: 00 44 7834 039 155)
  • The Cavalier House is situated on the seafront at the junction of All Saints Street and Rock-A-Nore Road, in front of the famous Winkle Island and just across the road from the Jerwood Gallery
how to get there:
  • Hastings is situated on the coast of the South East of England with easy access by road, sea, rail, bus and air from and to London and Continental Europe
by car:
  • From London exit the M25 at Junction 5 and then take the A21
  • From Brighton or Lewes take the A27 and then the A259
  • From Dover and Folkestone  take the M20 then the A2070 to Rye
  • From Rye take the A259 to Hastings
         For further travel info and map, visit Google Maps
by coach:
by rail:
  • Hastings is served by mainline routes from and to London (Victoria and Charing Cross), Gatwick Airport, Tunbridge Wells, Brighton, Lewes, Eastbourne and Ashford International for connections to Europe. The fastest connection from/to London is 1 hour and 30 minutes from/to Charing Cross Station. Trains from Victoria Station take around 2 hours, but are usually cheaper

    For ticket or travel info visit Southern Railway, The Trainline, National Rail 
    Enquiries or call the National Rail enquiries line on 08457 484950

    Once you arrive at Hastings' Railway Station, The Cavalier House can be
    reached either by cab/taxi or by foot. The distance is 0.8 miles and it usually takes about 16 minutes to walk there

  • For easy access by rail from Continental Europe please visit Eurotunnel
by sea:
  • There are regular ferries between Dover and Calais or Dunkirk and between Newhaven and Dieppe
        For ticket or travel info visit Direct Ferries
by air: