Ideally situated in the centre of Plymouth, our stylish hotel is the perfect home from home for anyone visiting this vibrant harbour city. You’ll find us close to the Historic Quarter on Exeter Street, 10 minutes from the train station and a stone’s throw from the top attractions on offer.
In any of our 247 rooms, you’ll find a large comfortable bed, ensuite, well-lit desk, free WiFi, TV with Freeview, plus complimentary refreshments and more.
We’re also proud to offer a number of high-spec wheelchair accessible guest rooms with low beds, extra floor space, wide doorways, and accessible bathrooms.
Head to our stylish on-site restaurant and indulge in a light bite or gourmet meal after a long day sightseeing. We offer an appetizing menu, kids menu, cater for groups of all sizes, and show the major sports events, so there’s something for everyone.
Don’t want to leave your bed? Don’t worry. We offer room service from 12 noon-10pm, with a condensed menu until 6am.
We have 11 meeting rooms available, all kitted out with the latest facilities plus access to a dedicated team of staff to ensure your event runs smoothly.
Hotel guests can also enjoy complimentary access to our neighbouring Tru Gym Fitness which is open from 6am - 10pm Mon-Fri and 8am-8pm on weekends.
To help plan your trip to this beautiful historic city, we’ve put together a list of our favourite things to do in and around Plymouth. For more tips, make sure you have a chat with our friendly and knowledgeable staff who will only be too happy to offer their advice.
Royal William Yard
Located on the waterfront, the Royal William Yard is home to beautiful listed military buildings with restaurants, bars and galleries. Whether you’re sipping a cocktail looking out over the sea or enjoying a romantic evening meal, Royal William Yard is a must-visit.
We recommend: visiting the Good Food Market, which takes place on the first Sunday of the month from 10am-3pm.
Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park
Located just outside the city on the Rame Peninsula, Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park spans over 865 acres of parkland and encompasses miles of beautiful coastline. To get there, catch the number 34 bus from the Royal Parade, and catch the Cremyll foot ferry from the Plymouth Stonehouse Ferry Terminal.
We recommend: trying out Disc Golf, a unique frisbee style sport played across 13 holes.
Plymouth City Market
Explore a traditional local market in the heart of Plymouth, with over 100 stalls of fresh, locally sourced foods, family-run stalls. From flowers to clothes, electronics and even antiques, Plymouth City Market offers a truly local experience, just a 13 minute walk from our hotel.
We recommend: parking behind the market for just £1 per hour, if you’re taking a car.
National Marine Aquarium
If you’re visiting Plymouth with children, they’ll love visiting the National Marine Aquarium. See the sharks, walk through the underwater tunnel, and take part in the brilliant feeding sessions for an unforgettable family day out.
We recommend: going along to the ‘Octofactor’ show, featuring in the aquarium’s resident giant octopus.
To really appreciate the natural beauty of Plymouth, a visit to Plymouth Sound is a must. Take a walk along the coast, starting at Andurn Point and heading towards Mount Batten Point, and don’t forget to take a camera.
We recommend: looking out for the red and green coloured sandstone rocks.
Located on Plymouth Hoe overlooking the water, the red and white striped Smeaton’s Tower is a lighthouse that’s open to visitors. Climb up the steep steps and ladders into the lantern room for views across the Sound and the city.
We recommend: keeping your feet firmly on the ground if you’re scared of heights!
If you’re staying with us for a few days or more, there’s plenty of time to explore beyond the city. Here are our pick of the best things to see and do just a short drive or day trip from Plymouth.
If you’d like even more tips, don’t hesitate to ask our helpful front desk staff for their advice.
Whether you’re going back home or travelling onward for more adventures along the coast, it’s easy to get to and from our hotel in Plymouth. To help plan your trip, here’s a snapshot of journey times to popular onward destinations from Plymouth.
Exeter: one hour by car or 55 minutes by train
Newquay: one hour 15 minutes by car or one hour 20 minutes by bus
Southampton: three hours 15 minutes by car
Bristol: two hours 10 minutes by car or two hours by train
London: four hours 15 minutes by car or three hours by train
From the whole team here, we look forward to welcoming you at Jurys Inn Plymouth very soon.