28 Looe Street
Located in Plymouth, Devon
This beautiful cottage rests in Devon and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 6
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: No
28 Looe Street is a delightful three-storey dwelling rest at the centre of Plymouth in Devon. There are three king-size bedrooms with TVs, with one resting on the first floor and the other two on the second floor, sleeping six guests in total. The cottage also hosts a bathroom, a cloakroom/utility and an open-plan living space with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with a woodburning stove. Outside is a courtyard with a decking area and furniture, as well as permit parking being available. 28 Looe Street is a wonderful dwelling for an escape with friends and family to this stunning area of Devon.
An impressive, Grade II listed townhouse resting at the centre of the port city of Plymouth, 28 Looe Street can be found at the centre of the action of this desirable city, making it a great base for families or a group of friends in pursuit of a fun-filled escape. Step inside your contemporary abode to be greeted by a contemporary interior intertwined with a nautical theme, reminding you of the wonderful position of this perfect property. Take a seat in one of the soft, leather sofas within the sitting area of the open-plan living space, switching on the television for an hour of entertainment as the woodburning stove warms the room. Move to the stylish, glass dining table for more formal occasions, where you can delve into a delicious meal prepared in the surrounding kitchen area, here you can find sleek white units housing a fantastic range of high-quality appliances, making wonderful assistants whether you're preparing a picnic or making a family-favourite meal. Up on the first and second floors the nautical theme continues, where three king-size bedrooms can be found scattered across both, with one on the first floor and two on the second, each sleeping spot offers a crisp and clean spot to rest, with its stylish white interior with hints of maritime in its decor making it a great place to unwind, especially with each room boasting its own television so you can watch your favourite shows from the comfort of your bed. All of the bedrooms are served the family bathroom on the first floor, offering guests both the option of a bath and shower over, you can choose how best to prepare for your days of action-packed adventure. Sit outside in the sun in your own private courtyard, soaking in the fresh coastal breeze before taking a stroll into the city centre. In walking distance, you can find the renown historic Barbican, with its quaint, cobbled lanes housing an array of activities, you can sit and watch the sunset in a waterside eatery, or take a tour of the Plymouth Gin Distillery before heading out to explore the thirty-seven ancient monuments dotted around the city. Home to the National Marine Aquarium, the beautiful Hoe Park and a fantastic theatre, there's plenty here to keep all tastes entertained, or for those seeking an outdoor experience, choose to explore the Dartmoor National Park, offering a plethora of activities varying from cycling to climbing, walking routes all kinds to suit a wide selection of abilities letting you soak in this truly spectacular scenery, or uncover its wonderful wildlife spots, ripe with birdlife, flora and fauna and much more, there's something to see at any time of the year. Sitting in the perfect position for uncovering the many marvels of Devon, 28 Looe Street is a wonderful abode from which to explore with your loved ones.
- Gas central heating and woodburning stove
- Electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, TV and WiFi
- Fuel and power inc in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc in rent
- Highchair and stairgate available
- Permit parking
- Courtyard and decking area with furniture
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop 0
- 2 miles, shop 0
- 1 miles
Plymouth is a port city on Devon's South Coast with a long maritime heritage and steeped in history. The site where the Pilgrim Father's set sail in 1620, The Mayflower Steps, or visit the 15th-century former monastery that is now home to the Plymouth Gin Distillery. The National Marine Aquarium is the largest in the UK and houses everything from sharks to sea horses. Plymouth Hoe has beautiful scenic views and lots of green space, the art deco Tinside Lido, the iconic Smeaton's Tower and the 17th-century fortress, The Royal Citadel. Visit Drake's Island, a 6.5 acre island in Plymouth Sound or the Barbican with its narrow cobbled streets, specialist shops, art galleries and cafes and restaurants.