Nineteen is a stylish and intimate 7 bedroom luxury B&B in a tastefully converted 200 year old Victorian town house in Brighton’s Kemp Town area, just a pebble’s throw from the beach and the pier.

We've had a significant refurbishment in 2014 which included double glazed sash windows throughout (meeting the requirements of the Conservation Area we're in), dark oak flooring, completely refurbished ensuites, boosted Wi-Fi coverage, bluetooth speakers and new 'smart' HDTVs in all bedrooms. All of the decorating has been done using natural mineral paints, to be kinder to the environment and to allergy sufferers.

Nineteen features its own eclectic and exciting private collection of contemporary artwork throughout, showcasing works by Brighton based, UK and international artists working in paint, photography, ceramics and mixed media.

Our road, Broad Street, isn't a main thoroughfare, but it is moments away from the beach, myriad bars, clubs and restaurants and just 3 minutes walk from the famous Lanes and the stunning Royal Pavilion.

Our philosophy is to offer our guests the highest standards of care and service, including our famous breakfast served in your room, full concierge support and planning for your stay. We want you to feel special, valued and very much at home here. As Time Out wrote, "It's like staying at a (very stylish) mate's house". You will not feel like you're just a room number.

Please explore our website to find out all about our rooms and our services, and some of the ways we do things a little differently at Nineteen.

Nineteen's Assistant Manager wins top award

The first ever Brighton & Hove Hotels Association Awards night was held on 19th November at the Hilton Brighton Metropole Hotel to celebrate the achievements of our industry.

Superfast Broadband

We have now upgraded our broadband to BT's Infinity!

Hot Tub Breakdown

Following the breakdown of our Hot Tub jets, we are now offering the Courtyard Room at a reduced price and marketing it as having a warm 'Plunge Pool', rather than a 'Hot Tub', whilst we consider the long term redesign of the courtyard.