NINETEEN, the first Brighton guest house (B&B) to offer 'boutique' styling and service 14 years ago has completed a major refurbishment to keep it at the cutting edge of sophisticated modern style.
Each of its 7 bedrooms now has brand new ensuite shower and toilet facilities; larger rooms also have a bath and twin washbasin. The bedrooms have new double glazed sash windows, internet connected HDTVs with Freeview, a Cambridge Audio bluetooth speaker, complimentary South Downs mineral water and fresh fruit, plus there's free Wi-Fi throughout.
Bedrooms are styled in white, with new dark oak flooring and works of local and international contemporary art adding colour to the luxury minimalist feel. Each bright and airy bedroom has been decorated using 'eco' natural mineral paints, which is perfect for allergy sufferers, because they don't contain any petro-chemicals.
Proprietor Mark McCullough says, "This has been a big investment, but Nineteen once again looks just the way we want it to – clean, sleek, modern and stylish."
Fluffy white towels and bathrobes, slippers, premium quality cotton bed linen and a feather and down king size duvet are in all the rooms (but man made fibre duvet and pillows are available for allergy sufferers on request). Just 1 slightly smaller Double room has a double bed, but the other 6 rooms have king sized beds, and all have pocket sprung mattresses.
A high quality continental breakfast, including many organic products and home baked croissants, is served in-room, and is included in the price, and comes with complimentary Champagne, Bucks Fizz or Bloody Mary at weekends.