Bohemia Village Voice  Bohemia Village Voice

For bohemians everywhere

Bedtime open in Bohemia

Rose Harding and Don Nolan

Rose Harding and Don Nolan

Rose Harding and Don Nolan started their business, Bedtime, in Priory Street, Hastings, in 2002, and had just built it up when they learnt they would have to move out due regeneration in the town centre. They’ve just moved to 134 London Road, and say they are delighted with their new site, "except for the parking." Rose, who has always lived in Bohemia, has been selling beds for 12 years. Don moved down to Hastings to escape the London rat-race, where he had run a social club for 18 years. Before Bedtime, they used to have ‘101 Antiques’ in Bohemia Road, where they sold antique beds, so have moved from selling old beds to new beds. As well as their many private customers, they also supply beds with special mattresses to Beauport Park Hotel, holiday camps at Camber Sands and several hotels in Hastings, also to Buckswood School and St. George’s School. When in London, they supplied the beds for one of dramatist Linda La Plante’s TV series. Being a family-run business, Rose and Don believe in personal service and friendly, impartial advice.

Leave a Response

Please note: comment moderation is enabled and may delay your comment. There is no need to resubmit your comment.