Located in Plymouth, Devon
- Sleeps: 2
- Bedrooms: 1
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: 1
Steeped in Maritime history, Plymouth’s Royal William Yard once the Navy’s victualling yard. Boasting exposed limestone walls, oak floors, high ceilings and huge floor-to-ceiling windows, this stylish studio apartment has been sensitively restored to provide a peaceful retreat within a historic area.
A stunning, first-floor studio apartment within Plymouth's Royal William Yard development, once the Navy's Victualling Yard. Boasting exposed limestone walls, oak floors, high ceilings and huge floor-to-ceiling windows, this stylish apartment has been sensitively restored to provide a peaceful and fresh, yet historic living space for couples and young families wishing to explore Plymouth. The apartment is on the first floor and is accessed via the nearby pedestrian stairs or the lift which is a short distance from the flat. The hallway leads into a bright and airy studio space, where you will find a sofa bed, a well-equipped kitchen and a dining area. There is a separate shower room. A Juliette balcony provides a vista across the historic site and is the perfect spot to enjoy the morning sunshine..This apartment is set on a development, situated on the edge of Plymouth Sound. Here you will find cafes, a wine bar, restaurants, artisan bakery and an art gallery. The huge quayside provides a marvellous vantage point to the ever-changing marine activity and stunning sunsets, while the shingle beach, a few minutes’ walk away, is perfect for a romantic evening stroll. Regular passenger ferries are available offering trips to The Barbican and Plymouth Hoe, alive with fashionable bistros, pubs and artisan shops. With a heritage feel, this contemporary apartment is the perfect base for couples looking for a stylish and relaxing city break.
- Parking for 1 car, shower room WC, sofabed and folding chair bed
- Juliette balcony
- Central heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washer/dryer Freeview TV , DVD, iPod dock
- Linen and towels
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.