we have stayed here on a few occasions as it is a great location and the parking availability is great.the hotel public areas are fine but the rooms are very dated and with no air-con we did not have a comfortable night.
Traveller from Cornwall
This family-friendly Plymouth hotel is located near the airport, within a 10-minute walk of University of Plymouth and …More
Nice hotel, room was ok but bathroom way to small and congested.
Breakfast was average and the chef putting my smoked salmon in the microwave was bizarre. Butter was margarine and horrible on toast. I was served my eggs with a little egg shell and when I mentioned it to the woman, she never apologied and said she would mention it to the chef.
Traveller from New York
Situated near the beach, this guesthouse is within a 10-minute walk of Smeaton's Tower, Plymouth Dome, and Elizabethan House …More
On arrival staff were friendly and helpful and showed us to our room, informed us times restaurant was open for meals. We had dinner in the Bistro 38 as d the food was excellent and well presented. There was a good choice for breakfast, again the staff were friendly and had time to chat. Will definitely stay again.
Traveller from Willenhall
Situated in a rural location, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Saltram House, National Maritime Aquarium, and National …More
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The principal town of the south west, Plymouth is famous for its maritime legacy. The Hoe, where Drake awaited the Armada, overlooks the magnificent harbour (Sound): home to naval dockyards and warships, accessible on sightseeing cruises. The bustling atmospheric Barbican district by the inner harbour, with its narrow streets of Tudor and Jacobean buildings, is where the Pilgrim Fathers sailed from. Visit the Elizabethan House and the Plymouth Gin Distillery, as well as the National Marine Aquarium - one of England’s finest.