Seafront bedsits transformed into boutique venue

Posted On 01 Apr 2015 at 10:29 am

A four-year labour of love to turn nine bedsits into a lavish Georgian venue has paid off with the opening of Angel House.

Angel House 2 by Darren Cool

Picture by Darren Cool

Phill Haiselden believes the 1825 town house was used as the nineteenth century equivalent of a show home for the new Brunswick Estate.

And following its transformation, it is now available to hire for local businesses to put on their own shows and events, as well as weddings, civil ceremonies, meetings and training days.

The house opened its doors last week to show off its period delights at an invite-only launch, and will be open to members of the public at this year’s Brighton Festival Fringe with a series of Regency-themed dance evenings.

  1. feline1 Reply

    Brilliant! That’s what we need – expensive hotels for rich people, not bedsits for the poor. They can piss off and sleep in doorways.

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