New owners take on stylish Brighton boutique as business builds


Stylish boutique guest house, Nineteen, in Kemp Town in Brighton has been sold to new owners who are entering the hotel industry for the first time. 

The attractive four storey period property, which underwent a significant refurbishment throughout in 2014, was sold by Mark McCullough after 15 years in charge. 

He hands the business over to Daniel Jones and Liam Beauchamp. 

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The hotel is is home to eight bedrooms, including the signature courtyard room which comprises a Japanese garden and wooden bath tub, plus an eclectic private collection of contemporary artwork showcasing works by Brighton and international artists. 

Over the past decade, Nineteen has built up a solid reputation and has grown into a strong business. 

Andrew Moore of Christie & Co’s Maidstone office who was handling the sale, comments, “This was a fantastic opportunity to acquire a well established guest house within the flamboyant small community of Kemp Town.  

“We were delighted to have facilitated the sale to Daniel and Liam, who will no doubt continue to take the business from strength to strength and we wish them success for the future.”

Christie & Co sold Nineteen off an asking price of £899,950.

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