The Jurys Inn in Plymouth is perfectly situated in the centre of this beautifully historic and character filled city. It has all the amenities one would expect from a 21st century city, from Drake Circus Retail Park to the Theatre Royal. Yet, it retains all the charm that you would expect from a traditional seaside town, including Barbican Maritime Village and Continental style Sutton Marina. The hotel is located conveniently beside the historic quarter, and offers an easy 10 minute walk to the city centre (and bus stations) where Plymouth is yours to explore and enjoy. If you want explore outside Plymouth, the world-famous Dartmoor National Park is a 45 minute drive.
The Jurys Inn in Plymouth is made up of 247 comfortable and spacious hotel rooms.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- A well-lit desk
- Flat Screen TV with Freeview
- Complimentary WiFi
- Spacious bathrooms with complimentary toiletries
- Hair dryer
- Tea and coffee refreshment dock
- Selection of pillows available for your comfort
Jurys Inn Bar:
Jurys Inn in Plymouth offers an elegant on-site bar perfect for a relaxing glass of wine or pint after a long day of shopping or business. You can either enjoy a light bite from the bar menu or dine in the on-site restaurant with a range of delectable dishes to choose from. If you are travelling as a family, they also have options for children on their children’s menu.
Costa Coffee Bar:
Stop by the all-day Costa Coffee bar and lounge where you can enjoy a hot drink and relax with a newspaper or a good book. If you want to use the area for work or internet browsing, Jurys Inn provides free WiFi throughout the Plymouth hotel.
The City of Plymouth:
On The Map: Plymouth is located on the southern coast of the Southwest Peninsula of England.
Plymouth is known as Britain’s Ocean City, and is one of Europe’s most vibrant waterfront cities. The town boasts a beautiful waterfront and harbour, and a rich, varied history. Evidence of Bronze Age activity has been found in Plymouth, followed by a Roman Settlement. Plymouth eventually became an important port and merchant trading town. In 1620, it was from Plymouth that the Pilgrim Fathers travelled across the Atlantic to the New World. They founded the Plymouth Colony, only the second English settlement, in what was to become the United States of America. Plymouth Hoe (The Hoe) is a large public open space, where Sir Francis Drake reputedly played his last game of bowls before engaging with the Spanish Armada in 1588. The Hoe is also home to the iconic red & white Smeaton’s Tower Lighthouse, Tinside Lido and Royal Citadel. Royal William Yard, constructed between 1825 and 1831 is considered to be one of the most important groups of historic military buildings in Britain. If you like to shop, you’ll be happy in Plymouth! Take your time wandering around the extensive range of independent and specialist retailers in the Independent Quarter, pick up unique pieces of art from the Barbican’s Historic Quarter, or enjoy shopping in Plymouth’s landmark shopping centre, Drake Circus.