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Mayflower Guest House
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Your hosts Patrick and Helen welcome you to their family run Guest House. The Mayflower was built around 1890’s and is very favourably located in a quiet cul-de-sac in what we think to be the prettiest terrace in Plymouth and is a multiple winner, highly commended of Plymouth in Bloomcompetition.
Rather than stay in an impersonal hotel or budget Inn, for a long or short stay, for business or pleasure, we will take great care in giving you personal service with a smile. We want you to come back and will treat you accordingly. We pride ourselves on our locally sourced full English breakfast or Vegi option. Free WiFi is available.
We are located within Hoe Park with the Plymouth Hoe a very short walk away with its spectacular views of Plymouth Sound and overlooking Mount Edgcumbe and Drake’s Island.
The historic Barbican area is 2 minutes walk from the Guest House and there you can see the Mayflower Steps from which the Pilgrim Fathers departed for America. The National Marine Aquarium is here too, as well as the world famous Plymouth Gin Distillery (guided tours are available). The popular water ferries and Tamar Tour Boats can be boarded from a new pontoon on the Barbican. Deep sea diving and fishing trips are readily available and great fun.
Within the Barbican are numerous restaurants, many specialising in locally caught fish & shellfish, but who also cater for every taste, where you can relax and unwind overlooking Sutton Harbour Marina and the array of yachts and power boats. We have visited a great many of these venues personally and are always happy to give recommendations.
The Mayflower Guest House is also within a very easy walk from Plymouth City Centre which includes the prestigious Drake Circus shopping mall, one of the largest in Devon and Cornwall. The Theatre Royal (8 mins walk) andPlymouth Pavilions (10 mins walk) are home to a wide variety of all year round entertainment. Plymouth University (10 mins walk) is right in the centre of the city and Plymouth Railway Station is 15 minutes walk or a short taxi ride away.
Dartmoor National Park borders the city and is less than 20 minutes ride away, so too is the beautiful South Hams District. We have beaches that are not well advertised so that the locals can keep them to themselves, ask and we will advise.
Looe is about 30 minutes away and The Eden Project is 45 minutes away, so you are never far from a fantastic day out in Devon and Cornwall.