The hotel

“The one thing that can solve most of our problems is dancing. Any problem in the world can be solved by dancing”.

(James Brown)

This year we’re based at the Livermead House Hotel for the whole weekend! With a unique seafront location it boasts one of the finest views of the English Riviera. It’s history dates back to Georgian times, and went on to become a popular Victorian guest house. As such it has an exquisite dining room, charming gardens and a grand ballroom with a fully sprung floor, making it the perfect choice for a weekend of vintage dancing. The hotel is less than a ten minute stroll from the train station, opposite the beach, and has plenty of free parking.

Historic Livermead House:

Livermead 1945

The Lounge circa 1945

Livermead billboard

Livermead House Billboard at Paddington Station during The London Blitz 1940

For more information about the hotel please click here to visit their website.


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