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Upmarket B&B in coolest Kemp Town

Just a pebble's throw from Brighton beach, Nineteen is a cool and contemporary luxury B&B in a stylishly converted 200 year old townhouse in the city's hip Kemp Town area. 

Come Here For...

The Japanese outdoor wooden tub – perfect for starlit soaks!  Prime location in Brighton's Kemp Town area. Stylishly contemporary rooms. 

Hit the Spot
In Brighton's cool Kemp Town district – perfect for the beach, bars and shops. 

There's a help-yourself kitchen stocked with teas, coffees and a cookie jar, plus concierge-style service for planning or booking guest activities. 

Good to know
Your accommodating hosts will even let you borrow plates and cutlery to enjoy a takeaway in your room. 

Essential info
Check in
Minimum Stay
Two nights at weekends
Open all year
Parking permits are available at approx GBP 12 per 24 hours. There are normally spaces available within a few minutes walk.
London Gatwick – 35 minutes by airport coach.
Brighton station – six minutes by taxi.
Broad Street, Brighton, Sussex, BN2 1TJ, United Kingdom


Seven rooms 

Special features
Pristine white walls, wood floors and modern artworks lend a clean and contrmporary feel to the seven rooms. You can expect high quality bed linens, feather duvets and luxury Aromatherapy Associates toiletries in the immaculate ensuites. 

Pillow talk
Have a  soak outdoors in the wooden tub in the Japanese Courtyard room's stunning garden, complete with oriental-style fabric banners and an awning.  

Eat & Drink

Dining In
Nineteen is a B&B with plenty of restaurants on the doorstep. Your hosts are also happy for you to enjoy a takeaway in your room. 

Served in your room until 10 am (weekdays) or 11am (weekends). Look forward to freshly baked croissants and plenty of healthy choices such as mango smoothies and organic muesli. 

Room service
Available for breakfast.  At other times you can help yourselves to teas, coffees (and the biscuit jar!) in the kitchen.  


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