Located in Plymouth, Devon
This ground floor apartment is in the city of Plymouth in Devon and can sleep two people in its one bedroom.
- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 1
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: No
Hoe Apartment is a spacious property situated the city of Plymouth, in South Devon. The property has one double bedroom with a large family bathroom and can sleep two people. Also in the property is a modern kitchen and a living room with sitting and dining spaces. Outside is a small courtyard area. Hoe Apartment is the perfect property for a couple looking to explore the historic city of Plymouth and the surrounding beauty of the South Hams.
A pleasing ground floor apartment in the historic city of Plymouth. This attractive property is ideally located for key attractions such as the docks, the aquarium and the hoe, providing comfortable accommodation for a couple wanting to explore the fascinating city and the South Hams countryside. The property consists of an open-plan living area with comfy sitting area and accompanying Smart TV, as well as a dining table and chairs under the large bay window. Down the hallway is a modern, fully-appointed kitchen, perfect for whipping up a delicious feast. There is a spacious double bedroom with wall-mounted TV and views over the property's courtyard, as well as a well maintained family bathroom. Just a two minute walk from many of Plymouth's popular amenities, guests can explore the art galleries, independent shops and eateries by the Barbican or walk a little further into the centre for high street shops, a theatre and cinema facilities. For those who want to explore a little further afield there are plenty of small villages and towns brimming with Devonshire charm or areas like Dartmoor or the South West Coastal Path that are perfect for walking. This spacious ground floor apartment is the ideal property for couples looking to explore the stunning South Devon countryside while still enjoying the vibrant amenities of a city.
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.