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About The Property

About The Property

Plymouth was chosen as a naval town in the 18th century, and the city has maintained a huge tradition with the armed services. The global headquarters of the Royal Marines are in Storehouse just yards away from our beautiful Georgian building, which has been fully restored and modernised in 2016. There are six apartments, some with stunning sea views, all finished to a high quality.

The Team

The Team

Our staff are chosen for their excellent customer care and attention to detail. The Price family have been involved in the hospitality sector for the last fifteen years, and run a very hands on friendly business priding themselves on extremely high standards combined with a friendly approach.

The Local Area

The Local Area

On arrival park your car, and explore on foot.


The apartments are ideally situated, close to the sea and only a fifteen minute walk from the city centre. The famous Barbican is within walking distance, and with famous landmarks like Smeaton's lighthouse on Plymouth Hoe en route, take a leisurely stroll, have an ice cream, and take in the sights.

The Barbican offers history , and in 2020 we celebrate 400 years since the Pilgrim Fathers set sail to discover America.The Plymouth Gin Distillery, National Marine Aquarium and numerous bars and restaurants offer wet weather entertainment, as does the indoor Drake's Circus shopping centre.

It won't take you long to discover that we love Sir Francis Drake - even the island in Plymouth Sound is named after him.

Numerous boat trips are on offer from the Barbican, and you should take one to the Royal William Yard which is breathtakingly beautiful - you may have seen it on the Antiques Roadshow when they filmed there recently. Certainly two nights are required to make the most of our surprising mule-faceted city - although we have been here for many years we never get tired of the city and its surrounding ares of Dartmoor, Cornwall and the South Hams.

 
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