Individual, contemporary

Unique art, fully equipped

Cool blue

Unique, under lit installations

Here to help

Whatever you need...

Classical meets contemporary

Beautiful lighting

Breakfast

Our famous continental champagne breakfast

Bright and airy

Clean, peaceful surroundings

Relax, unwind

Float away on feather duvets and pillows

En suite bath

With separate shower cubicle

Kenneth Turner Blue Tangerine toiletries

A minute to the beach

Oblique sea views

King rooms

We have 3 King Rooms at Nineteen; 1 with en suite shower/toilet which measures approximately 17.8 sq metres and 2 which we call Superior King Rooms with en suite bath and separate shower cubicle, measuring approximately 19.7 sq metres in total.  Ceilings are approximately 3m high, giving you a bright and airy feel.

Each King Room enjoys oblique views of the Sea and the Pier from the bay traditional sash windows. Each has a king size (1.6m) bed on a designer built-in frame with illuminated glass brickwork beneath and an illuminated feature headboard.

Beds have high quality white cotton sheets and feather duvets, and 2 goose feather and down pillows and 2 man-made pillows. Extra pillows and blankets are in the wardrobes, so fully feather-free can be enjoyed by those with allergies (please let us know in advance if you need a feather-free duvet).

Fluffy white bath robes and complimentary slippers are provided for your relaxation and comfort. 

En suite facilities are well stocked with premium toiletries and amenity products to use here or to take home with you.

Rooms benefit from flat screen Sony TVs with digital Freeview, Sony DVD players and CD Players and you can freely borrow discs from our small library.

All rooms have complimentary apples which are replenished daily. King Rooms are supplied with 2 x 750ml bottles of complimentary South Downs mineral water each day. 

“LUSH” bath bombs are in our rooms with baths, but all our guests can get an exclusive 10% discount at LUSH in the Lanes if they mention Nineteen!

 

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