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Blazing a trail for the modern seaside guest house, Hotel Nineteen offers seven light, art-filled rooms and a cosy gin bar, all within easy reach of Brighton's best bars, restaurants and attractions.

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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.



Nineteen has a central spot just minutes from the beach and pier. The Lanes, North Laine area and the Royal Pavilion are five minutes away. We recommend heading to Plotting Parlour on Steine Street for cocktails, while VIP Pizza on Old Steine is the best in town.

Located on Broad Street, a narrow road which connects St James's Street to the seafront, Brighton station is walkable from the hotel.

By car: around 2 hours from London and Oxford, and 3 hours from Bristol. Paid parking available nearby.

By train: trains from London Victoria and London Bridge take around an hour. The station is a 20-minute walk (or 10-minute taxi ride). Book trains to Brighton.

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This narrow Victorian townhouse has an oh-so-blue façade. Once you step through the door, it's like walking into an art gallery - stark-white halls are bedecked with contemporary art. The seven bedrooms are light and airy with pops of breezy seaside shades.


Dan and Liam (and Gracie the dog) are exceptional hosts: friendly, welcoming and brimming with local knowledge and recommendations. Liam is very knowledgeable about gin, so be sure to sample a few in the Gin Den. If booked in advance, dogs are welcome.

  • Adult-only
  • Free Wi-Fi


Each room is flooded with natural light making the white walls the perfect canvas for Nineteen's art collection. Ensuite bathrooms are small, modern and abundant with Rituals products, while superior rooms have baths.

Room types: Standard, Deluxe, Premium, Premier, Superior, Japanese Courtyard

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with Rituals toiletries, luxury bathrobes, TV, tea and coffee-making facilities, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

Nineteen offers room-only rates. There are a large number of cafés, restaurants and takeaways a few minutes' walk from the guesthouse.

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