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The Firs Guest House
13 Pier Street
West Hoe

Plymouth
Devon

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The Proprietors of the Firs Guest House would like to offer a warm and friendly welcome, to this family run Guest House suitable for either a holiday or business trip to Plymouth and the surrounding areas - ranging from Dartmoor to Land's End. It is conveniently situated just 150 yards from the famous Hoe Seafront while, within a mile's radius, is a wealth of local interesting spots including The Hoe, The Pavilions, The Barbican, Plymouth University, the City's Elizabethan Quarter, an excellent Aquarium, the 17th century Citadel, the Theatre Royal, the fine modern City Centre shops together with a whole variety of Restaurants and places of Entertainment.You'll also find located in close proximity are the Ferry Port, Terminal, the Bus Station, the Railway Station as well as facilities for sailing, fishing, swimming (in a municipal pool, private clubs or the sea), tennis, family crazy golf and a playground for children, not forgetting various organised boat trips to the Royal Naval Base at Devonport and other places of interest.Our comfortable accommodation provides you with well-furnished bedrooms some of which are with en-suite toilet and shower. Our family room accommodates four persons, in twin beds and adult-sized bunk beds.Please Note: Non-smoking. On Street Parking Available All Children are Welcome. Check-in time: 18:00 Check-out time: 10:00

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