The stylish restaurant and cafes of the Royal William Yard are only a 20 minute walk away or a stroll to Plymouth’s popular National Marine Aquarium on the Barbican takes you past the Mayflower Steps, the historic departure point for 17th century pilgrims.
The hotels 211 spacious bedrooms make it easy to work or relax with tea and coffee making facilities, desks, satellite TV and free WiFi. The executive rooms are very popular with visitors with some offering fantastic sea-views. Executive rooms also offer a safe, robe and slippers, mini-bar and complimentary mineral water and chocolate bar upon arrival. Kids stay and eat for free in this family-friendly hotel.
Enjoy breakfast or the delicious European dinner menu in the hotels penthouse restaurant with panoramic sea views. The smartly refurbished Open Lobby situated on the ground floor is also a great place to grab a snack, relax and drink coffee and to catch up on the daily news. Should you wish to relax in your hotel room, there is 24 hour room service available providing a range of hot and cold items.
Facilities with a full leisure facility offering you can work out in the gymnasium, take a dip in the 15-metre heated indoor swimming pool, relax in the steam room, sauna or in the summer months on our outside decking area.
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The Elizabethan House is a historic property laid out in the style of a merchant or sea captain’s home from the 1600s. The house is currently closed due to essential conservation work.
The Mayflower Museum explores the story of the voyage of the Pilgrims and their journey aboard the Mayflower.
The Mayflower is thought to have made a final unexpected stop at Newlyn Bay, Cornwall to take a supply of fresh water on board.
The oldest working gin distillery in England. The Pilgrims are thought to have dined here on the eve of the Mayflower departure.
Monument / Memorial
A monument to commemorate and mark the departure of the Mayflower ship from Plymouth in 1620.
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