National Marine Aquarium
National Marine Aquarium

Plymouth is much more than a famous old harbour, still the base for ferries to places as distant as Santander. To list just a few of its many delights: the Barbican, Plymouth Hoe, its exceptional gin, huge aquarium, Elizabethan House, and the oldest working bakery in the world... Read More

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Quality Hotel Plymouth

Quality Hotel Plymouth

The Quality Hotel Plymouth offers superb uninterrupted sea views from its position on the crest of Plymouth Hoe. Its central location offers easy access to the city’s excellent shopping facilities. Couple this with the fully ... More | visit website

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China Fleet Country Club

China Fleet Country Club

Set in 180 acres of exquisite countryside, on the cusp of Devon and Cornwall, China Fleet is one of the South West’s leading country clubs. Just 15 minutes from Plymouth’s city centre, sitting on the ... More | visit website

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New Continental Hotel

New Continental Hotel

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A Victorian Grade II listed building, the New Continental is Plymouth's largest independent hotel, situated in the heart of the city centre, adjacent to Plymouth Pavilions. Close to the Theatre Royal, Barbican ... More

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Kitley House Hotel

Kitley House Hotel
Kitley House Hotel is situated between the villages of Brixton and Yealmpton, approximately six miles from the city of Plymouth. You arrive by the mile long drive into this magnificent and tranquil 300 acre ... More | Double Room: From £39.50 | visit website
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Copthorne Plymouth

Copthorne Plymouth

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Located in the bustling city centre, this hotel is an ideal destination for business or pleasure. Situated within the hotel is Bentleys Brasserie, our award winning restaurant and the Gallery Bar where ... More

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Holland Inn Hotel

Holland Inn Hotel

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Holland Inn Hotel is an individual Hotel, offering traditional Inn hospitality, where a warm welcome awaits. All 30 en-suite rooms situated away from the main building, in landscaped grounds, with ... More

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Duke of Cornwall Hotel

Duke of Cornwall Hotel

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The Duke of Cornwall Hotel is minutes away from Plymouth's historic waterfront and all of its many famous attractions. The hotel was built in 1863 and is a Grade II listed ... More

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Elfordleigh Hotel

Elfordleigh Hotel

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For that somewhere truly extra special, why look anywhere else? You are warmly invited to relax, unwind and saviour the unique atmosphere that is, the Elfordleigh. Set within spectacular South ... More

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Invicta Hotel

Invicta Hotel

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Built in the 1820's, the Invicta Hotel is an elegant Georgian Building that has been modernised to a high standard.Situated near the famous Plymouth Hoe, the hotel is centrally located ... More

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Boringdon Hall

Boringdon Hall

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Situated only five miles from Plymouth City Centre, this Grade I listed Elizabethan Manor House has been restored to its former glory and retains an air of tranquility and grace.

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