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Residence One, a Grade II listed building, is located within the historic Royal William Yard in the ocean city of Plymouth. Beautifully restored Georgian building with all the mod cons done in a stylish manner. My only hesitation would be about booking would be if it were hot on the summer as there is no AC. Otherwise it is a gem!
In the charming village of Plympton, near Plymouth, this Georgian manor house combines historic character with modern features, including 42-inch LCD TVs and free internet access. Bedroom and Bath room were clean, Amazing food, Friendly staff, beautiful grounds.
This modern hotel is on the A386, 5 miles from Plymouth city center. It has free parking, free internet, an exercise room, and air-conditioned bedrooms with free local calls. Laundry room very handy. Very large rooms. Greating drinks and fruit in the room. Very nice hotel.
In a grand 19th-century Victorian building, Duke of Cornwall Hotel features an award winning restaurant with Two AA Rosettes and luxury bedrooms with free internet. Lovely hotel. A little dated (we had a trouser press in our room!) but the facilities were good, the bed was comfy and the room was huge.
Located on Plymouth Hoe, The Grosvenor is just half a mile from Plymouth Ferry Port. Free Wi-Fi, the hotel offers cooked breakfasts and cozy bedrooms. The location was perfect for exploring the harbor area. There were so many interesting sights to see within easy walking distance. Lots of great choices for food with views of the harbor. The Aquarium is worth a visit.
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Jurys Inn Plymouth is located on Exeter Street, in the heart of Plymouth city center. It was a wonderful stay, the hotel was great looking, the stuff were useful, with a smile, they were...
Mountbatten Hotel is set in Plymouth, 5 minutes' walk from Devonport Dockyard, 1.1 mi from Plymouth Pavilions and 1.5 mi from Plymouth Hoe. All rooms come with a flat-screen TV. How clean the hotel was. Breakfast was good as well
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Kynance House is set in Plymouth, just 1312 feet from Plymouth Hoe. Private parking is available on site. Great location with friendly employee. It is also very nice and clean place.
Offering views across Hoe Park towards the sea, Invicta Hotel is centrally located in Plymouth. The property has fiber optic internet, and free WiFi is accessible throughout. the location. the hotel is right next to the hoe, pity it was cordoned off for MTV Crash the weekend...
On average, it costs $121 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Plymouth for tonight. You'll pay around $131 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Plymouth will cost around $220, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Plymouth this weekend is $251 or, for a 4-star hotel, $264. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Plymouth for this weekend cost around $393 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Plymouth cost $90 per night, and 4-star hotels in Plymouth are $98 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Plymouth can be found for $169 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The Caraneal was wonderful, good breakfasts, clean comfortable rooms, nice hosts, helpful and pleasant. Location was perfect for exploring the city and for venturing out to Dartmoor. Platters Seafood Restaurant was fantastic. A little nook in the Barbican area, amazing food, wonderful owners, lots of fun, had a real local feel with friendly guests. Would highly recommend a meal at this location!
A beautiful place, so much to do. Good shops, exploring The Hoe and Barbican. Always plenty to see. Visit to Royal William Yard for good places to eat. Boat trips around the coast and up the river. Good beaches within easy reach.
A fantastic place steeped in history, great views from the Hoe and plenty of bars and restaurants around the town centre and around the Barbican , very friendly place with a good transport system, easy to get around,
Outstanding city, waterfront, harbour. Lots to do if you like the outdoors and water activities. Good walking city. Great restaurants, like Waterfront. Lots of wonderful history with story boards everywhere. Lots of ferries and opportunities to experience the sea. Wonderful scenic train from London. A real pride in this city.
Plymouth is a very historic location and there is much to see there. The highlights for use where the Hoe Park and Brunel’s railway bridge. The traffic system was hard to understand, and we had a number of navigation issues with the big roundabouts, where entering on the correct lane is crucial.... even for those who do normally drive on the left.
Such history and beauty but there is are very few tourist services like walking tours etc to show this off. The Barbican and the Hoe is lovely but the other hidden gems and history are pretty difficult to hind out. I ended up Wikipediaing the history of this and that to get in my need for local knowledge. That being said, I would have liked to have had more time to discover more quant cafes, walk/ferry to close by areas or etc. To sum it up, it was great but it was impossible to apriciate it to its fullest without any tour groups (free walking tour) even though the city has done its best to provide written accounts along the beautiful walks.
8.6 Excellent 2,025 reviews
Very good hotel, we had a great time exploring the area and places near by; Dart meet, Rame head, Salcombe, Plymouth Hoe and Barbican. We drove around Plymouth to different places and it was an amazing experience. The staff at the hotel were very friendly and my daughter told me that people here are so nice. Bedroom was big, clean towels every day, refreshments were very good, breakfast was ok but I would suggest to add more variety of fruits.
8.9 Excellent 400 reviews
Warm welcome; beautiful well equipped room and bathroom; excellent central location. Owners clearly know what they're doing as had thought of everything! Very comfy bed and good pillows. Well lit bathroom with useful additions like shampoo, body lotion etc. Really positive feel to this place and very close to the city centre and Plymouth Hoe just 2 mins away if that.
9.2 Awesome 500 reviews
The cassandra staff were very attentive to everyone .Breakfast was good .our room was at the top of house so very quite .very clean .and the shower was the best .Plymouth is a great base with lots to see and do .Just wish we could have stayed longer we enjoyed our stay very much. Thank you to all the staff At cassandra guest house
9.1 Awesome 1,172 reviews
Everything was superb. I got a studio for me alone for 02 nights. Absolutely loved it. Bed was comfortable, super clean, all utensils were available in the kitchen as well. Literally 5 minutes from the city centre. When I'm visiting Plymouth next time, this would definitely be my choice of stay. Cute receptionist too 😄
8.8 Excellent 2,251 reviews
A fantastic location with amazing views, especially from a sea view room. The facilities were superb as was breakfast and the Marco Pierre Steakhouse on the top floor for an evening meal. Close to Plymouth Hoe, the city centre and the Barbican for things to do.
9.1 Awesome 715 reviews
It’s a wonderful property at a nice location, a few steps away from Plymouth hoe. The hotel is quiet, clean and very beautiful. The breakfast is also equally good. I would recommend Jewell to my friends definitely:
8.9 Excellent 308 reviews
The location is within walking distance of the city centre & Barbican. Amazing views of Plymouth Hoe. Apartment furnished to a high standard. Comfy beds, fluffy towels. Would highly recommend.
9.3 Awesome 452 reviews
Great hotel. After my walk from Plymouth to Rame Coast I very enjoyed my rest in this hotel. Very comfortable and very well designed. Breakfast included in the price and very nice and tasty.
8.7 Excellent 4,155 reviews
It was a wonderful stay, the hotel was great looking, the stuff were useful, with a smile, they were helpful, it was so clean, so inviting, we will defenetly come back again :)
9.8 Exceptional 69 reviews
Lovely and real Friendly welcome. Probably one of the best breakfasts we have had even in 5 star hotels around the world. Always looked after Balance just right.
8.7 Excellent 421 reviews
A gorgeous picturesque hotel fantastic for wedding photos. The dining is of a high quality. The rooms are spotless and attractive decor
9.4 Awesome 1,687 reviews
Perfect location in the Plymouth centre, very helpful and friendly staff,comfortable lounge to sit in the evening. Parking and wifi.
7.8 Good 1,139 reviews
Comfortable bed, parking outside room, free mobile device to use locally. Perfect for a night in Plymouth.
9.2 Awesome 389 reviews
The location was excellent. Perfect position for exploring Plymouth, shopping or a night at the theatre.
9.1 Awesome 19 reviews
apartment well equipped and clean - good location - walking distance to city centre and plymouth hoe.
8.5 Very Good 2,282 reviews
Cleanliness, hotel staff, value, location.
8.1 Very Good 361 reviews
A few reasons to stay here: 1) The location: close to the town center, the Barbican (5min or 15min if walking along the coast), the station (15min) and the Royal Williams Yard. Did I mention it's on the Hoe? I can see the war memorial from my window. 2) The rooms: comfortable, clean, decorated in a coastal fashion and the amenities were nicer than I had expected from pub lodging, nicer than many modern hotels I have stayed in recently. It is clear that they have been refurbished recently. Plenty of tea and biscuits in the room as well as bottled water, blackout curtains, body products, towels and so forth. 3a) The pub: clean, quaint, not too load and full of locals (in a good way) and has an amazing selection of Gin (the drink plymouth is known for) as well as local brews. It is clear recent refurbishing has been done here as well. I didn't get a chance to try the food but it looked delicious. 3b)The pub: a pub stay is always what you make it and I ended up sitting and chatting with locals my first night and had an amazing time hearing about their experiences in Plymouth/Devon/Cornwall. If you want to be left alone that is easily accomplished but if you want local insight the pub is the place to be. 4) The classic British experience: If you are a tourist and haven't stayed above a pub before you are missing out. 5) The owner: Frank is a generous, lovely and witty Irishman that took over the place, bringing it up to and beyond standard. The locals had nothing but good things to say about him, when they weren't making jokes, and what he has done with the place, including the owner of the guest house next door. He let me smell as many gins as I pleased and helped me pick the best tonic combinations (they carry the whole fever tree line). Additionally, he helped me book a bus to London, insisting he could get me a deal (and he did). Again, if you want to be left alone that is easy enough but if you have the chance, hangout with Frank.
8.9 Excellent 282 reviews
the location. the hotel is right next to the hoe, pity it was cordoned off for MTV Crash the weekend we were there. We arrived late so got to street park at £5 but sadly misunderstood the duration and got a parking ticket. staff was warm and allowed us to shift our car into the property carpark the morning we were going to check out but wanted a walk around the hoe park. Bed was very comfy, but no aircon in room so it was a little stuffy if the window was closed. We opened it, and thankfully no rowdy crowd overnight fr the concert because our room was facing the street. There was a little fan in the room in place of aircon. Room was very clean, but a little old so some things are a little worn out. Breakfast was fabulous. There's a tesco an easy short walk downhill
9.5 Exceptional 209 reviews
Beautiful and immaculate apartment situated in a nice area with restaurant and bars. The host, James greeted us at the entrance and was very friendly and helpful.
8.6 Excellent 340 reviews
How clean the hotel was. Breakfast was good as well