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Old Pier House

3 Self rated

20 Radford Road, ,, Plymouth, PL1 3BY

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Wendy Bradley welcomes you to the Old Pier Guest House, located a stones throw away from Plymouth's picturesque sea front and a short walking distance to Plymouth's many sights and attractions. The Guest House bedrooms include colour digital TV's, alarm clocks, hair dryers, tea and coffee making facilities. Single, double, twin, family and en-suite are available for booking.

Plymouth is a vibrant waterfront city and has a wealth of attractions and activities. Whatever the weather, Plymouth has family attractions, historic sites and gardens, entertainment venues, marine and countryside interests for you to enjoy. An historic city of international proportions Plymouth has been at the forefront of world maritime exploration for many hundreds of years. Overlooking one of the world’s great natural harbours Plymouth now welcomes visitors from around the globe. This vibrant waterfront city where a spirited maritime heritage meets a lively cultural scene which can be enjoyed by people of all ages throughout the year. Visit Plymouth provides the essential information to make your visit a resounding success. The imposing National Marine Aquarium on the waterfront of Sutton Harbour is just one of the many attractions of Plymouth for the visitor. River cruises, historic houses and gardens and outdoor lido provide a wide range of things to do. In addition the Pavilions entertainment complex with ice skating and swimming, The Theatre Royal and the region’s largest Multiplex cinema provide a range of outstanding entertainment. The emergence of the City of Plymouth as a dining centre is astounding. A recent winner of the coveted Best Restaurant in England our restaurateurs have continued to expand with a wide range of dining around the historic Barbican and Waterfront. These are complemented by the bars and nightclubs which give Plymouth that individual identity.

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Showing Tuesday 25 October 2016 to Wednesday 26 October 2016

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Up to 8 years old
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Pets are not allowed

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Very Good

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87% would recommend it to a friend


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  • Deborah H

  • September 2016

Short break in Plymouth

Our twin room was a bit dated but served our purpose well.

We were close to everything we wanted to see and do. Wendy does a huge breakfast to set you up for the day. Wendy doesn't suffer fools gladly . Would stay here again as cheap and cheerful :)

  • a jones

  • September 2016

Old Pier House

I stayed for 2 nights.

Wendy was extremely welcoming and very pleasant. I have no idea what breakfast was like as I went to work before they started serving on both days. My room - a twin room with enough furniture in it to fill a small terrace house. The walls are paper thin so could here everything that was going on next door. One side my room backed onto the toilet for the floor, which was well used. Bed was comfortable enough, carpet was best covered up, bathroom was ensuite, the room was very tired and in need of a rework. I would probably take your own towels as the ones there were as tired as the room. All seemed a bit crammed into a house, looked like it had been a challenger to see how many rolms you can get into a terrace property. The highlights of my stay, another guest banging on my door at 0300 on the Friday night, he soon went to his own room when he worked out he was next door. He then proceeded to have a bit of a party until 0600. Another guest had obviously lost his key so decided to ring the front door bell from 0315 until 0530. By which point I had given up trying to sleep. I attempted to have breakfast on the sat morning as I didn't need to leave for work until 0800 and would have passed my thoughts to Wendy but the breakfast area (which is in the basement) wasn't open and by that point I decided it was best I went and got a coffee someŵhere else. Location - right by the seafront, i had a walk to see some bits of Plymouth so great if you want to aed some bits. Parking - easy enough, on a one way street but managed to park straight outside both nights. So all in all a very nice lady (Wendy) but accommodation was tired and other clientele (which is obviously not the owners fault) made my stay very much not value for money as I only slept there and couldn't really do that on the second night.

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