19 Broad Street, Brighton, BN2 1TJ
Telephone: 01273 675 529
By far the easiest way to arrive in Brighton is by train. Less than an hour south of London, we are served by Southern Railway from London Victoria (the fastest), Thameslink from Bedford, St. Pancras International and London Bridge, and Coastway trains from Southampton. Check out www.thetrainline.com to plan your journey. Nineteen is a 5 minute taxi ride, a 7 minute bus journey (route 7, direction Marina) or a 20-25 minute walk from Brighton Station.
If you arrive by Air to Gatwick, we are a 35 minute train journey away, or a comfortable 45 minute coach journey.
If you fly into Heathrow, the best way to get here is a 2 hour direct coach journey, which saves you getting a train to London, a tube across London and then a train to Brighton.
Nineteen is just 3 minutes walk from Brighton’s Coach station, which is known as Pool Valley or Brighton Pier. Check out www.nationalexpress.com for coach details and times.
Road traffic coming into Brighton, and parking once here, can sometimes be a headache! But this is how to find us if you are arriving by Car:
From the North, London and the M25 you should aim for the M23 southbound, signposted to Gatwick and Brighton. This motorway becomes the A23, which runs all the way down to Brighton Pier. But just before you get to the Pier you’ll see the Royal Pavilion on your right (looking like a cross between a mosque and the world’s biggest curry house!). Turn LEFT at the traffic lights level with the start of the pavilion, into EDWARD STREET. After about 150 metres turn RIGHT into GEORGE STREET (just before the traffic lights). At the end do a LEFT then immediate RIGHT into BROAD STREET and Nineteen is about halfway down the left hand side.
If you miss the turn into Edward Street, continue down to the roundabout in front of the pier. Turn LEFT onto Marine Parade, then take the 1st LEFT into Manchester Street (immediately after the traffic lights). At the end turn RIGHT into Saint James’ Street, then Broad Street is 2nd RIGHT.
From the South Coast A27, enter Brighton and join up with the A23 and follow directions as above.
From the South, weigh anchor and paddle ashore as close to the Pier as you can!