- Reviews: 3423
Premier Travel Inn, Sutton Harbour: Internet, Yes at a Price!
Premier Travel Inns have 3 locations here in Plymouth: 2 of which are pretty much next door to each other on the other side of the harbour from The Barbican, the third slightly out of town at Marsh Mills. On my last visit I stayed at the Sutton Harbour hotel by The Barbican though I would assume that the facilites offered by each hotel are standard and so the choice was based on location, price and availablity.
For a modern, no frills, mid-market hotel this was fine, decent sized, comfortable, clean rooms, but, as seems to be so often the case here in the UK with hotels, the advertised internet connection proved to be a costly addition at 5 GBP for 60 mins (not total time but from first log on) or 12 GBP for 24 hours. This is perhaps where my US hotel experiences have spoilt me somewhat where free access seems to be the norm (although sometimes patchy regarding whether it works or not!!).
For a city centre hotel the location is excellent, being about 5 minutes walk from The Barbican, though I think they do charge extra for car parking.
One thing to note though is that whilst the hotel advertises itself as being on the harbour, it is the scruffy industrial side, rather than the more picturesque marina side on The Barbican proper.
- Reviews: 148
White Hart Inn: White Hart Inn
I paid £20 per night, including full English breakfast for a single room, en suite.
I stayed here for two nights in January, 1999. It is a great place just outside Dartmoor National Park. There is a bar and restaurant, as well as a reception room. Moretonhampstead is a small, picturesque village with one of the longest one-word place names in England. (I think there's one in Wales that's longer).
- Reviews: 180
Clifford Bridge Park
Clifford Bridge Park, near Drewsteignton, within Dartmoor National Park, surrounded by woodland and bordered by the river Teign, noted for magnificient riverside and forest walks. It's in the middle of nowhere, beautiful area! They also have lodges for rent.
- Reviews: 1254
The Grand Hotel, on the Hoe,...
The Grand Hotel, on the Hoe, is probably one of Plymouth's oldest and original Victorian hotels. The picture here is an advertisement from 1899, but I have it from the very helpful present-day manager that its external appearance is much as it was back then. Fortunately it was not badly damaged in the war, although the same cannot be said of its neighbour! The Grand Hotel is rated as a 3 star hotel, mainly because it does not have all of the modern day leisure ameneties. Rooms are from about £90 per night, but think of that view!
£90 to £120 UKP per night
Overlooks Plymouth Sound.
- Reviews: 117
I stayed for a week at the...
I stayed for a week at the Rockley Park Caravan site. We stayed in a 4-berth caravan. The caravan had most of your mod cons; heating television, microwave etc. The caravan had 2 bedrooms, a kitchen area, lounge area and bathroom.
The site is big with over 500 caravans. The site is suitable for families as it has tennis courts, indoor swimming pool and direct access to the beach and sea.
- Reviews: 448
as everywere in England, lot...
as everywere in England, lot of B&B
we stayed at the osmond guest house... nice place but take care: if you like to pay with credit card they'll chrge you 5% more
From £16 per person per night to £25 per person per night.
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