The Rusty Anchor Guest House is perfectly situated on Plymouth's West Hoe seafront and just a stroll away from all the major attractions including the city centre, theatre, Pavilions, National Marine Aquarium, cinema and historic Barbican. When you have had your day at the seafront, wander into the buzzing city full of shops, bars and trendy sea front cafes, recharge your batteries at the lodge then head back into town where there is no shortage of places to eat and while away the hours, all with in easy walking distance.
We offer tastefully furnished rooms with many amenities in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Perfect for a family holiday or a couples retreat. We are open all year round and have ample parking directly out front.
Address: The Rusty Anchor Guest House, 30 Grand Parade, West Hoe,Plymouth, PL1 3DJ
Jurys Inn Plymouth 'In the Heart of it all'
Jurys Inn is the largest and newest of the Plymouth Hotels and part of the growing Jurys Inn Chain with 23 Hotels in the UK and Ireland. Opened in June 2007 Jurys Inn Plymouth offers superior budget accommodation in an enviable city centre location adjacent to Plymouth's historic tourist centre. Situated on Exeter Street at the eastern gateway to the City Centre, Jurys Inn Plymouth boasts 247 en-suite guest bedrooms, air-conditioning,flat screen televisions, tea and coffee making facilities, HSIA, and breath taking views overlooking Sutton Marina.
Our conference product 'Dedicated Meetings' offers 11 meeting rooms to cater from 4 – 100 delegates with full natural daylight, air-conditioning and integral projection screens and have a dedicated Conference Reception desk manned between the hours of 8.30am – 6.00pm Monday to Friday with business facilities.
From Business to leisure, Jurys Inn offers the convenience of location to suit all guests. Drake Circus, the city's major retail development, the Historic Barbican, the Barbican Leisure Park and Sutton Marina, complete with al-fresco dining, bars and restaurants, are all within a few minutes walk of the Hotel. Plymouth Intercity Railway station is less than a mile from the Hotel and Bretonside Bus Station and coach park is immediately adjacent offering great transport convenience.
Visit the world famous heritage sites; Plymouth Hoe and Mayflower steps, or take to the sea with a choice of boat-trips and water sports including wind-surfing, scuba diving and water skiing. Staying at Jurys Inn, set to become one of the most popular Plymouth Hotels, you'll be perfectly placed to enjoy all the attractions and waterfront activities in this region.
New Continental Hotel front Office team offer a warm welcome and are here to make your stay with us a pleasant and enjoyable occasion.
The hotel is in the hub of the city centre, is easy to find with plenty of car parking, new smart bedrooms, great food and leisure facilities. Ideal for shopping a show at Pavilions or Theatre and close to Home park football ground.
Plymouth is in the very heart of the south west and the New Continental Hotel is the ideal place to stay and the perfect base which to visit nearby places of interest. Located in the city centre adjacent to Plymouth Pavilions.
Plymouth's most individual Hotel - a perfect combination of traditional and contemporary chic.
This famous Victorian gothic hotel built in 1863 has remained a focal point of Plymouth's landscape. The Duke of Cornwall was built by a group of railway company directors to cater for travellers to the region both by rail and sea. The passengers disembarked from the ocean liners arriving from New York in the great western docks at Millbay, and the imposing tower which can still be seen today above the modern buildings still remains a constant point of interest for inquisitive guests who are keen to find out the reason for the towers existence and it's original purpose. It seems that it was purely built for decoration, although the porters would often run up to the tower to see the liners arriving in the port and would then go and greet the passengers and escort them to their accommodation.
The city's Millbay railway station stood directly opposite the hotel where Plymouth Pavilions now stands.
Most of the places of interest listed in the hotel's
original brochure still exist today such as, Plymouth Hoe and the Barbican, Dartmoor National Park, Burrator Reservoir, Eddystone Lighthouse, Mount Edgecombe Park and the Dockyard.
The Duke of Cornwall continues to provide the very best of service in it's own timeless and unique style. Now a thriving city centre hotel ideally located for exploring Plymouth Hoe and the surrounding areas. The hotel boasts 72 unique interior designed bedrooms with private en-suite luxury bathrooms.
Our Blue Ribband 2 and AA rosette restaurant serves the finest of contemporary cuisine to be found in the city.
We specialise in weddings and functions in our grand ballroom and six other exquisite fully equipped conference and banqueting suites.
The luxury character of Plymouth's most prestigious hotel makes the larger conference, small meeting and special celebration an occasion of great style.
Our team of dedicated staff welcome our guests to stay in comfort at The Duke of Cornwall Hotel
Address: Duke Of Cornwall, Millbay Road, Plymouth, PL1 3LG
Plymouth Globe Backpackers is housed in a mid-19th century grand 4 storey Victorian mansion town house very near to the seafront. Located just five minutes walk from the ferry port where boats leave for Roscoff, France and Santander, Spain, and just ten minutes walk from both train and bus stations. The hostel is close to all amenities and a short stroll to the famous Barbican waterfront with restaurants, pubs and clubs, the Mayflower Steps (departure point of Pilgrim Fathers to The New World) and City centre.
Address: Plymouth Backpackers, 172 Citadel Road, The Hoe,Plymouth, PL1 3BD