Nineteen is an intimate 7 bedroom B&B in a tastefully converted Victorian town house in Brighton’s Kemp Town area, just a pebble’s throw from the beach and the pier. Our road, Broad Street, isn’t a main thoroughfare, but it is moments away from 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 full concierge support and planning for your stay, which you will not find even at the biggest, most expensive hotels in Brighton and beyond. 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.
From the moment you book with us you will start to see the difference at Nineteen. On your day of arrival we will phone you to offer help with your journey planning, and if you arrive by car we will jump in with you to help you to park.
Because Nineteen is a small business, we do not have 24 hour reception. But we will always be here to welcome you at whatever time you tell us you will be arriving. Normal check in is from 2pm to 9pm Monday to Friday and 2pm to 6pm Saturdays and Sundays. Check out is by 12 noon. Variations to these times must be agreed in advance, subject to staff and room availability.
In your room you’ll find all of the things you need for a comfortable and relaxing stay and none of the chintz and clutter you don’t. We’ve got Kenneth Turner Blue Tangerine toiletries, crisp white cotton sheets, fluffy white towels and bath robes. We’ve got free Wi-Fi wireless Internet, and we’ll even lend you a laptop if you didn’t bring your own. We’ve a wide range of amenity items to give you if you’ve forgotten anything, complimentary slippers and we even provide ear plugs in every room in case you don’t like the sound of seagulls (or your partner’s snoring!).
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.