There is no lack of hotels in Plymouth, particularly in the centre, close to the Hoe and around the Barbican and they cover a wide range of prices and styles. Some of my favourite hotels though are the following.
Duke Of Cornwall Hotel (Millbay Road) – One of the oldest and well-known hotels in Plymouth and in a great location close to the Hoe, Theatre Royal and on the edge of the city centre. Classified as a three star hotel,
Kitley House Hotel (Kitley Estate, Yealmpton) – The 500 year-old Kitley House Hotel is a beautiful country house turned hotel set in 600 acres of spectacular countryside. Very luxurious in design, the lakeside hotel maintains almost four star standards. Rooms are available for anywhere between £50 and upwards.
Drake’s Wharf (On the waterfront) – a great waterside location in the Royal William Yard. A wonderful historical setting, the accommodation comes in the form of aparthotel rooms.
New Continental Hotel – Located in the center of Plymouth, this hotel offers its guests facilities such as comfortable rooms, an entertainment complex and a health centre. The quiet and peaceful ambience makes it the perfect accommodation option for families on vacation.
Chester House – Chester House is highly recommended for its delicious breakfast, great rooms, secure parking facilities and warm hospitality. The hotel is based a few minutes away from the center of Plymouth.
Bathing by the sea, immersing oneself in history, and rejuvenating one’s joie de vivre are all favourite activities for visitors to the town of Plymouth in Devon, England. With dozens of accommodations to choose from in this popular holiday destination, selecting the best lodgings can be something of a puzzle. However, the five top options below offer the best of what makes this city-by-the-sea memorable.
Just a five-minute jaunt from Plymouth proper, Borington Hall exudes a stately sense of history. With luxuriously appointed, garden view accommodations adjacent to the verdant Dartmoor National Park, Borington Hall is a lovely example of a lush bygone era artfully updated with contemporary flair. Gourmet dining and an 18-hole golf course add to the appeal of this lovely lodging.
Luxury, style and service are the hallmarks of this idyllic garden retreat in Plympton St. Maurice near Plymouth, Devon. This smaller, independent establishment offers 15 unique rooms with private baths and guest robes, plus suites with spa bathrooms. The St Elizabeth restaurant offers exquisite gourmet meals and a guest terrace.
Centrally located in the heart of Plymouth, the Duke of Cornwall Hotel is a Victorian architectural treasure, sporting turrets and towers, and a centre for graceful accommodations. With an award-winning, AA Rosette and RAC Blue Riband, restaurant serving fresh, regional fare the Duke of Cornwall Hotel is a top option in Plymouth lodgings.
This 16th-century country house hotel sits 15 minutes from the Plymouth city centre. Within steps of Wembury strand and nestled in lush Jacobean gardens, Langdon court offers individually decorated rooms and two restaurants that serve exquisite, fresh and organically grown fare.
The rustic farmhouse-style exterior of Rame Barton belies the contemporary chic style contained within. Offering stunning views of natural Cornish landscapes and a short walk from the coastline, Rome Barton is within minutes of Plymouth proper. Apartment-style rooms with kitchenettes and ensuite accommodations await travelers who have a taste for the peaceful countryside. Rooms overlook gardens and Whitsand Bay.