Our hotel in Plymouth is perfectly situated in the centre of this beautifully historic and character filled city. It has all the amenities one would expect from a 21st century city, from Drake Circus Retail Park to the Theatre Royal. Yet, it retains all the charm that you would expect from a traditional seaside town, including Barbican Maritime Village and Continental style Sutton Marina.
Our Plymouth hotel is located on Exeter Street, conveniently beside the historic quarter, Jurys Inn offers an easy 10 minute walk to the city centre (and bus stations) where Plymouth is yours to explore and enjoy. If you want explore outside Plymouth, the world-famous Dartmoor National Park is a 45 minute drive.
247 comfortable and spacious hotel rooms make up our Plymouth hotel, all of which are furnished with large soft beds, a well-lit desk, and TV with Freeview.
Accommodating up to three adults or a family of four, our rooms in Plymouth also feature free WiFi and en-suite bathrooms with complimentary toiletries.
So, whether you’re visiting Jurys Inn Plymouth for business or pleasure you will have all the comforts of home.
Jurys Inn provides a number of wheelchair accessible guestrooms. These rooms have been designed to the highest specifications to make your stay with Jurys Inn as easy and pleasurable as possible.
These hotel rooms include wide doorways, low beds, floor space to manoeuvre, and accessible bathrooms. Throughout the hotel, we also provide accessible toilets in public areas and lift access to all floors.
Jurys Inn in Plymouth offers an elegant on-site bar perfect for a relaxing glass of wine or pint after a long day of shopping or business.
If you wish to dine out during your visit, please take a look at our staff recommendations for the best Plymouth city centre restaurants and bars.
Stop by our all-day Costa Coffee bar and lounge where you can enjoy a hot drink and relax with a newspaper or a good book. If you want to use the area for work or internet browsing, Jurys Inn provides free WiFi throughout our Plymouth hotel.
If you are visiting for business, we have Wi-Fi throughout the hotel as well as 11 fully equipped Meeting Rooms, and event staff on hand to ensure your meeting runs as smoothly as possible.
There is a public car park close by details of which can be found with the hotel map and directions
Located on the waterfront, the Royal William Yard offers a lively collection of restaurants, bars, and galleries housed in the largest collection of Grade 1 listed military buildings.
The views are fabulous and it is the perfect setting to sit with a meal or drink and soak the beautiful British coastline. If your visit coincides with the first Sunday of the month, you will also find the Good Food Market set up from 10am-3pm.
Although technically not in the city centre, the Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park is a Plymouth must see. Mount Edgcumbe has beautiful gardens and 865 acres of Grade 1 listed parkland situated on a peninsula with over 10 miles of stunning coastline.
Explore the treasures that this magnificent historical house and grounds have to offer for free of charge, providing the perfect day out, whether as a couple or family.
Travelling to Mount Edgcumbe involves catching the 34 bus from Royal Parade A5 stop to the Plymouth Stonehouse Ferry terminal - take a look at the timetable. Then catch the Cremyll foot Ferry over to Rame Peninsula (8 minutes). Check out the ferry timetable, prices and useful information here.
Explore a traditional local market in the heart of Plymouth, with over 100 stalls of fresh, locally sourced foods, family-run stalls and fantastic value for money. Peruse some of the delights that Plymouth has to offer from fresh produce and flowers to clothes, electronics and even collectables.
The Plymouth City Market is a 13 minute walk from Jurys Inn and is a great way to become immersed in the true ‘taste’ of Plymouth.
For more Plymouth attractions please take a look at our Plymouth City Guide.
If you are planning a journey along the south coast we have places for you to stay in our Southampton hotel and further along over in Brighton. You’ll never need to worry about places to stay with these locations spread evenly along the beautiful English coastline.
One of the oldest cities in the UK, Exeter has a rich history with discovery of coins dating from the Hellenistic period as early as 250 BC. If you are considering the making the short journey from Plymouth, our Exeter hotel is perfect for your stay here for you to enjoy the rich cultural heritage that the city has to offer.