Have stayed at this hotel many times before, it is ideally situated in shopping centre and walking distance to hoe and Barbican. Some of the rooms a little dated but always clean and comfortable with friendly helpful staff.
Traveller from wales
Located in the city center, this hotel is close to many local attractions and boasts sweeping views towards the famous …More
I booked a short holiday for the 1st May BH to visit some friends in Plymouth. The Guest House looks neat and tidy from the outside and when I came to reception I got a warm welcome from the owner. The room was on the second floor under the roof – nice decoration and cosy feeling. Breakfast was delicious and plentiful – proper coffee.
The Guest House is just a minute from The Hoe and I enjoyed my morning walks along the sea front. City Centre and anything else is in walking distance – as such the GH is really in an ideal location.
I enjoyed my stay and will come back
The Imperial, Plymouth is an elegant licensed Victorian building, standing between the famous Hoe and modern city centre. It …More
On arrival staff were friendly and helpful and showed us to our room, informed us times restaurant was open for meals. We had dinner in the Bistro 38 as d the food was excellent and well presented. There was a good choice for breakfast, again the staff were friendly and had time to chat. Will definitely stay again.
"Nice hotel close to Plymouth's many attractions."
Pleasant welcome by staff. Ironing board on request. The bed and the breakfast were excellent. I only stated for one night so my experience on this occasion was limited but I have no complaints except the cleanliness of the ensuite.
Pros: good central city location; short walk to shops and Plymouth Hoe; friendly and helpful staff; excellent breakfast with views across Plymouth Sound and Tamar valley.
Cons: next door to student flats so very noisy ALL night; noise also from seagulls all night; room thermostat resets itself to 17C; bed very bouncy - one moves, you both move!
The hotel is well-situated. It was in well-maintained grounds and easy to drive to Dartmoor, Plymouth or the coast. Our room had a great view across the golf course. The pool area was excellent, better than expected although neither jacuzzi was working. Our room was very large, but the décor was tired and uninspiring. Also would have appreciated a larger TV. We had quite a long wait at reception to check in and at breakfast our order was wrong on both the days that we stayed. I agree with other reviewers and didn't appreciate a cat in the restaurant during breakfast. However all in all I knew what to expect from previous reviews and for me the good points overruled the bad. I would stay again and would bring my dogs next time (that might also encourage the cat to stay outside?)
Treat yourself to a stay in a quintessential corner of England, at the Elfordleigh Hotel & Country Club, Plymouth . Here you …More
It was very difficult to find without a sat-nav. Hotel, itself, was great. I liked the fact I could park outside the room. The staff were friendly and helpful. There ws plenty of room for the two of us. It would be nice, in a double booking, to be provided with two chairs as not everyone wnts to watch TV in bed! We enjoyed our stay. We are Grandmother & Grandaughter.
The principal town of the south west, Plymouth is famous for its maritime legacy. The Hoe, where Drake awaited the Armada, overlooks the magnificent harbour (Sound): home to naval dockyards and warships, accessible on sightseeing cruises. The bustling atmospheric Barbican district by the inner harbour, with its narrow streets of Tudor and Jacobean buildings, is where the Pilgrim Fathers sailed from. Visit the Elizabethan House and the Plymouth Gin Distillery, as well as the National Marine Aquarium - one of England’s finest.
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