29 Athenaeum Street, The Hoe, Plymouth, PL1 2RQ. Tel. 01752 229 699.
This converted Georgian home is just five minutes’ walk from the City Centre and a couple of minutes away from The Hoe. En-suite rooms vary in price depending on size and cheaper standard rooms (with no en-suite facilities) are available. You can skip breakfast and pay less – which we think is a nice touch!
9 - 10 Osborne Place, Lockyer Street, The Hoe, Plymouth, PL1 2PU. Tel. 01752 209090
This bed and breakfast lodging is so named because it’s right opposite the famous bowling green where Sir Francis Drake reputedly finished his game before repelling an invasion by the Spanish Armada. It’s in a great location with views over the Hoe – close to the city centre but not in the path of noisy night time revellers. Business clients will appreciate the free Wi-Fi.
55 Citadel Road, The Hoe, Plymouth, PL1 3AU. Tel. 01752 661712.
A cheap bed and breakfast guest house with five rooms which can accommodate couples and families. It’s less than 10 minutes' walk to all the city’s major attractions including the National Marine Aquarium on the Barbican, The Hoe, Pavilions, Theatre Royal and Drake Circus shopping mall.
4, Athenaeum Street, The Hoe, Plymouth, PL1 2RQ.. 01752 665005.
This Plymouth B&B is just 200 metres from the seafront and less than 10 minutes' walk to Plymouth’s historic Barbican where you’ll find the National Marine Aquarium. It caters for business visitors (with free Internet access), overnighters and longer stay holidaymakers.
207, Citadel Road East, The Hoe, Plymouth, PL1 2JF. Tel. 01752 223591.
An elegant, Victorian building (dating back to 1876). It’s not the cheapest B&B in town but it’s in a great location – between The Hoe and Barbican – and you get what you pay for. That includes pure white cotton bed linen and a four-course breakfast with plenty of mouth watering local and organic produce. So if you like the sound of local bacon and organic toast with Cornish butter…look no further! Well behaved pets are welcome by prior arrangement.
175 Citadel Road, The Hoe, Plymouth, PL1 2HU. Tel: (01752) 266475.
A friendly ‘bed n breakfast’ lodging where the owners pride themselves on treating visitors as one of the family. Plus points include great views across Plymouth Hoe, Freeview television and free Wi-Fi.
225 Citadel Road East, The Hoe, Plymouth, PL1 2NG. Tel. 01752 220021.
Located at the western edge of the Barbican, this B&B includes free Internet access and phone calls in the price. Lovely fluffy towels are among its selling points! It caters for business visitors as well as families with children holidaying in Plymouth.
66 North Road East, Plymouth, PL4 6AL. Tel. 01752 660801.
Built in 1887, this 8-bedroon Victorian townhouse boasts many of its original architectural features. It’s right opposite the University of Plymouth campus, away from the main B&B strips in and around Athenaeum Street and Citadel Road. Handy if you want to be near the uni, North Road nightlife and the railway station. Rooms include a super king-size double.
11 Pier Street, West Hoe, Plymouth, PL1 3BS. Tel. 01752 261778.
A stone’s throw from The Hoe foreshore, this cheap B&B is ideal if you need to be as near as possible to the continental ferry port in Millbay. They’ll even do an early breakfast for you for if you’ve got a ferry to catch. They go to a huge amount of trouble with their hanging baskets and plant pots in the summer months – so much so that they scooped first place in their category in the Plymouth in Bloom contest in 2007!
201 Citadel Road East, The Hoe, Plymouth, PL1 2JF. Tel. 01752 265742.
An elegant Victorian building on the doorstep of the Barbican and just five minutes’ walk from the city bus station at Bretonside. There’s a secure area for bicycles and free on-street parking between 6pm and 10am (discount vouchers are available for daytime parking). The owners operate a no pets or under-5s policy.
28 Grand Parade, Plymouth, PL1 3DJ. Tel 01752 667205.
You won’t get much closer to Plymouth Sound than this seaside bed and breakfast right on the Hoe foreshore. Its best rooms boast many of those little luxury extras that you’d expect to find in a good hotel – king sized beds, top quality bed linen, fluffy towels and bath robes. They even provide wine glasses and a corkscrew.