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Located a pebble's skim from both the beach and the bawdy, neon-lit delights of the Palace Pier, this stylish guesthouse has bagged a prime position in central Brighton within easy reach of the bars and clubs on St James's Street. Once you step through the door of the narrow Victorian townhouse, you'll find a light, contemporary pad decked out in seaside splendour with cool-white tones and a rainbow of modern art, mostly by local Brighton artists. More a modern guesthouse than your typical B&B, its hip, laid-back style attracts a millennial crowd.

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Tracey Davies
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A travel writer for 20 years, Tracey has written for a wide variety of national newspapers, magazines and websites including Metro, Guardian, The Times and Good Housekeeping. A self-proclaimed connoisseur of hotel breakfasts, she's also the East Sussex hotels expert for the Telegraph.



It's close to both the beach for a paddle, and the Palace Pier for the Dolphin Derby.

The guesthouse is on Broad Street, just off St. James's Street, with its shops and bars, and a short walk from the Royal Pavilion.
By car: Brighton is around 2 hours' drive from London, and 45 minutes from Gatwick Airport. Bristol is 3 hours away. While there is no parking on-site, paid on-street parking can be found nearby.
By train: Trains to Brighton regularly from London Victoria, London Bridge, London Farringdon, and London Blackfriars, roughly every 20 minutes. After leaving Brighton Station, Nineteen is a 20-minute walk or 10-minute taxi ride.

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Style & Character

Nineteen tends to attract a boho clientele, who like good gin and appreciate contemporary art. We love to kick back with a Brighton Gin and tonic and listen to the crashing waves nearby.

Service & Facilities

Owners Liam and Dan are warm and welcoming, nothing is too much trouble.

  • City centre location
  • Contactless check-in
  • Local artworks


We particularly appreciated the Nespresso machine and the retro sweets on the tea tray.

Double Standard, Double Deluxe, King Premium, Premier, Superior, Japanese Courtyard Room
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with shower, local art, flat screen TV, tea and coffee-making facilities, Rituals toiletries, bathrobes, towels, hairdryers

Food & Drink

Nineteen is currently reviewing how they work with their partner cafe, Red Roaster, so for the time being can only provide room-only rates. There are a large number of cafes, restaurants and takeaways a few minutes' walk from the guesthouse.

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