Yelton Hotel

From Historical Hastings

{{Expansion depth limit exceeded}} {{Expansion depth limit exceeded|StreetAddress=1-8 |StreetName=White Rock |Postcode=TN34 1JU |YearFrom=1898 |Status=Complete |UPRN=10002501058 |Coordinates=50.85366, 0.57232 }} {{Expansion depth limit exceeded}} Originally at Numbers 1 and 2 White Rock, from the late 1890s the hotel was called the Yelton House Boarding Establishment, a first class Boarding House. The business ( started by Mr & Mrs P.T Notley would later expand into No's 3, 4 , 5, 6, 7 & 8. Later renamed the Yelton Hotel (Yelton being Notley - spelled backwards.) The business remained in the family for a number of generations; by the 1950s it was in the hands of Francis Starkey Bouquet, the husband of Mabel Adeline Notley ( P.T Notley's daughter)Expansion depth limit exceeded.

Part of number 7 was used for antique sales around 1960Expansion depth limit exceeded, with a lady's hairdressing salon - Joanna's - within the hotel during the 1970sExpansion depth limit exceeded.

On the 17th of February 1979, there was a major rock-fall from the cliffs behind the hotel, completely destroying one room.Expansion depth limit exceeded.

{{Expansion depth limit exceeded|17|2|1979|Major Rock-fall destroying one room}} Now known as the White Rock Hotel. {{Expansion depth limit exceeded}} {{Expansion depth limit exceeded}} {{Expansion depth limit exceeded}}