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Directions - Invicta Hotel, Plymouth

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11/12 Osborne Place, Lockyer Street, The Hoe, Plymouth, PL1 2PU
The Invicta Hotel is a friendly family run, 3 Star Hotel. Situated on the famous Plymouth Hoe, commanding views across The Hoe Park and Bowling Green. Sea views to the right and on a clear day into Dartmoor, what a wonderful location! Centrally located to all amenities the city centre and the historic Barbican with its Edwardian, winding narrow lanes are but 2-3 minutes walk. For those of you travelling to France or Spain the Brittany ferry port is 2 minutes by car. Recently refurbished, the hotel accommodation offers twenty-three fully en-suite rooms comprising of single, double, twin and family rooms with executive "Classic" rooms located on the first floor. Each room includes tea and coffee making facilities, complimentary toiletries, a hairdryer, colour television and radio, direct dial telephone and BT Broadband internet access. Please be aware that being a grade II listed building we do not have a lift - third floor rooms are reduced in price to compensate for this but may not be suitable for guests with mobility problems. If you require a low floor please let us know when making your reservation. We will accept small dogs in our First Floor Classic Rooms, but there is a surcharge. No Pets are allowed in our standard top floor/family rooms. Relax and unwind in our comfortable lounge bar after a hard days work or sight seeing whilst taking advantage of our well stocked bar, or simply join us for a pre dinner drink. Whether you are visiting Plymouth on business or for pleasure we offer a warm and friendly welcome.
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North/East - Road: From the M5, take the Devon Expressway A38 to Plymouth. Come off at Marshmills roundabout, Follow the signs to the City Centre A374. At the first major roundabout, filter left and follow the signs to The Hoe & Barbican. Just after the second set of traffic lights filter left towards The Hoe & Barbican. Turn left at the mini roundabout. The road bends sharply, follow round into Notte Street. At the fourth set of traffic lights turn left into Lockyer Street. Follow the road up to the crossroads.

Brittany Ferry Port - Road: Leave the port and turn right at the first roundabout. At the second roundabout take the third exit followed by an immediate left into Citadel Road. The Invicta Hotel is on the corner of the fifth road on the right. Car parking is to the rear of the hotel.

Train Station - Road: Services are provided to London, Scotland and Cornwall to name a few. Leave the train station and get into the middle lane marked for City Centre. At the roundabout turn right. At the end of Western Approach is a cross roads with traffic lights (again be in the middle lane). Continue straight across into The Cresent/Notte Street. At the fourth set of traffic lights turn right into Lockyer Street. Follow the road up to the crossroads and you will see the Invicta on the corner to your right.

Plymouth Airport - Road: Take the A386 towards City Centre & continue straight over the flyover into Outland Road. At large junction past the football ground filter left into Alma Road. Continue down the hill & go straight over the roundabout. Get into middle lane before next roundabout marked City Centre. At the roundabout turn right. At the end of Western Approach is a cross roads with traffic lights. Continue straight across into The Cresent/Notte Street. At the fourth traffic lights turn right into Lockyer street.

Railway:

Plymouth

Devonport

Dockyard

Keyham

Attractions:

Pavilions

National Marine Aquarium

Dobwalls Family Adventure Park

Weekend breaks in Cornwall