Hotels in Plymouth

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About Plymouth

About Plymouth

Stay at hotels in Plymouth and discover one of the South Coast of England's most impressive cities. With a gorgeous harbour and proximity to the Dartmoor National Park, this is a destination with gorgeous natural surroundings. In the city itself, discover maritime history at the museums, or soak up some culture at the galleries and theatres. Plymouth is known for its beautiful architecture and is a wonderful destination for summer seaside breaks or visiting the points of interest all year round.

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What to see in Plymouth

Plymouth is a destination with attractions for all the family and is also great for groups of friends looking for a fun getaway. As you might expect, much of the culture and history of the city revolves around the harbour and the seaside. Examples of this include the National Marine Aquarium, where you can learn about conservation efforts in the local area and beyond. The Royal Citadel is a 17th-century fortress by the sea which served as a key defensive point for England at the time. It's also a gorgeous building, crafted in stunning baroque style.

Nature lovers can get out and explore the huge Dartmoor National Park. It's just 20min away from the city by car or taxi and offers an inspiring place to go for walks in fine weather. Check out the hiking trails and points of interest before you head off and enjoy some of the best countrysides England has to offer. Back in town, Central Park is a popular meeting point for locals making the most of the sunshine. If visiting out of the summer months, you can spend time browsing the covered Drake Circus shopping area. Plymouth also has a selection of superb department stores, high street favourites, and unique boutiques in the city centre.

Where to stay in Plymouth

You can't go wrong with hotels and apartment rentals in Plymouth city centre. From here, it will be a short walk to most of the popular shops, pubs, and points of interest including the museums and harbour. The city centre sits conveniently between the harbour and Plymouth station and is at the convergence of the A roads leading into town. So, you'll find it easy to reach your destination however you're arriving. To the south of the city centre is the Hoe district, a green and peaceful neighbourhood near the seafront. This area offers a perfect mix of convenience and peace when you visit Plymouth.

When you travel to Plymouth, the best prices can often be found if you look a little outside the central areas. Milehouse is a historic suburb of the city and is only 5min away by car. Peverell is a similar distance away, with rows of charming family homes and nearby parks. Staying at either of these suburbs will give you a peaceful and often very affordable experience in Plymouth, but still giving easy access to the city centre by car or taxi.

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