Win the Ultimate Gin Lovers’ Stay for Two in Brighton
Nineteen is a stylish, seven-bedroom guest house in a tastefully converted 200-year-old Victorian town house in Brighton’s Kemp Town area, just a pebble’s throw from the beach and the pier. Guests can expect contemporary decor and lots of modern art from Brighton based artists.
The winners will spend a night in a unique Brighton Gin-themed room with complimentary Brighton Gin and tonic, and everything you’d expect from a contemporary hotel: ensuite room with twin sinks, robes, slippers, smart TV and ambient bed lighting to make your stay a memorable experience as you sip your G&T.
As part of your prize, you will receive:
- Free G&T on arrival
- Brighton Gin and tonic in your room
- Brighton Gin Glasses (to keep)
- Brighton Gin minty rock to make Rocktails
- Brighton Gin Tote bags
- A Flight on i360
- A Cocktail masterclass in your room
Terms and conditions One name will be drawn at random from Brighton Gin’s mailing list from 5pm on Friday 11th January 2019 and the winner notified by email.
Winner will have the option to select one night’s stay stay at Nineteen up to March 31st 2019, subject to availability.
Winner will arrange all travel to and from Nineteen.
Time of arrival/ departure to be arranged with Nineteen
Breakfast is included, available at a partner café nearby, all other meals to be arranged by winner. Flight on the i360 is subject to availability.
Want to book your own stay? Just go to nineteenbrighton.com and enter the code BRIGHTONGIN for 10% discount on two or more nights’ stay.
To celebrate the arrival of our new Seaside Strength Brighton Gin, here’s a unique chance to win a stay for two people in a boutique hotel in Brighton, with complimentary gin and tonics, your own cocktail masterclass and a flight on the i360.
How to enter Simply subscribe to Brighton Gin’s mailing list where you’ll find details of more competitions, Brighton Gin merchandise, events and news. Then Email us here with “Gin competition” in the subject line, put your name, phone number and postcode in the body of the email. That’s it!