The nova sits about 5.9° northwest of Caph, which marks the western end of the W asterism. Alternatively, you can find the nova about 30′ east-southeast of NGC 7635, also known as the Bubble Nebula, or 10′ northwest of the magnitude 6.6 field star, HIP 115691.
For those with go-to instruments, you can slew directly to PNV J23244760+6111140 by inputting the following coordinates:
Right Ascension: 23h 24m 47.60s
Declination: +61° 11′ 14.0″
It’s hard to tell how long PNV J23244760+6111140 will be visible or how bright it will ultimately get. And that means you should track it down as soon as possible. So, turn your binoculars or telescope to Cassiopeia this weekend and stay tuned as astronomers following this exciting event!