Plymouth Hoe is massively popular with all manner of water enthusiasts and the Fastnet yacht race ends here. A full description of all these hotels in Plymouth can be found on the booking pages. Plymouth Hoe is the place Sir Francis Drake completed his game of bowls before defeating the Spanish Armada. Find bed & breakfast lodgings well placed for days out at the National Marine Aquarium, Prysten House (Historic home), Plymouth Hoe, the 17th Century Royal Citadel and the Elizabethan Gardens.
Sydney Guest House
181 North Road West Plymouth Devon PL15DE
Close to the Train Station, Drakes Circus and Plymouth University, this former rectory is a small yet perfectly adequate bed & breakfast hotel that offers a tidy selection of single, double, twin and family rooms. Smart and unpretentious, guests at the Sydney Guest House can look forward to basic but clean and affordable accommodation supported a pleasant English breakfast with fresh farm eggs, cereals, croissant, fruit juices and tea. It may be a bit on the threadbare side for extended holiday ...
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|Name||Miles||Region||Rooms||Type ?||Type ?|
|Sydney Guest House||0.5||Plymouth||11||40.00|
|Duke Of Cornwall Hotel||0.8||Plymouth||72||57.20|
|Holiday Inn Plymouth||0.6||Plymouth||211||76.00|
|Legacy International||2.5||Marsh Mills||100||22.00|
|Copthorne Hotel Plymouth||0.3||Plymouth||135||52.80|
|St Rita Hotel||0.6||Plymouth||14||38.00|
|Ibis Plymouth||2.4||Marsh Mills||52||41.00|
|Kitley House Hotel||5.3||Brixton||19||69.00|
|Langdon Court Hotel||2.2||Wembury||16||67.15|
Whether you are here to explore the citys exciting naval past, bask in the glory of its sparkling marina or grab a bargain or two at the Drake Circus Shopping Centre, the Jurys Inn Plymouth should make it a pleasurable experience whatever you choose. Convenient for both the bustling and historic centre and the Phoenix Wharf where the Mayflower and the Pilgrim fathers set sail, the Jurys hotel offers 247 stylish en suite bedrooms fit for the 21st Century. Hotel rates from £26.55 pppn.
It may have long since lost its status as a crucial naval stronghold, but there's a strong maritime character here nonetheless. The Royal Citadel on the east end of Plymouth Hoe is certainly worth a look. The lighthouse (also known as Smeaton's Tower) is open to visitors and has fab views of Plymouth Sound and the city. This is also a city of culture. Union Street is teeming with theatres and music venues like Plymouth Pavilions, the Theatre Royal and the Drum Theatre and alfresco cafes like Cafe Roma and the Boathouse have become landmarks with the cool and trendy.
The city is accessible by car via the A38 and A386. Visit the Plymouth TIC for ticket info at Audley End House & Gardens and Kings College or phone the Tourism Centre (The Barbican, PL1 2LR) on +44 (0) 1752 306330. If no rooms are available on the dates you wish to travel, alternative bed & breakfast lodgings and low cost Plymouth hotels will be suggested.