- 3 guest reviews
"It took under two minutes to walk from Plymouth Station to the Sydney Guest House, it was very easy to find, and once inside, I'd been able..."
"Can't comment on the food as I was up to early for the complimentary breakfast. My stay for was one night and would fully recommend staying..."
About the hotel
Located in the centre of Plymouth, just 5 minutes walk to the modern shopping centre of Drakes Circus, with lots of top name shops under one roof. Walk a little further past the city centre to the historic cobbled streets of the Barbican to see the spot from where the Pilgrim Fathers set sail for America. On up to Plymouth Hoe from where Sir Francis Drake is reputed to have played bowls while the Spanish Armada sailed in to attack England.
Travelling in or out of Plymouth you will find the Sydney Guest House ideally positioned. Close to main roads, train station and ferry port. Plymouth University is a few minutes walk from the Sydney Guest House and is a popular stop for visitors to the city. During your stay you can enjoy a complimentary breakfast, with fresh farm eggs, fresh fruit a choice of cereals, croissants, fruit juices, toast, tea and coffee.
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- Until 10:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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67% would recommend it to a friend
Sydney Guest House
We stayed here for one night, myself son and his girl friend, the room was at the top of house attic room clean comfortable beds, but too much furniture, poor breakfast offered egg on toast no butter on toast and egg over done.
Very near to Plymouth Station
It took under two minutes to walk from Plymouth Station to the Sydney Guest House, it was very easy to find, and once inside, I'd been able to deposit my baggage in the room, and settle down for the evening.
The room being a single wasn't huge, but had everything I could have needed in it, again its not ensuite, but there are two showers and a toilet, ample facilities for me. I rarely stay in towns, and usually cycle to any accommodation I'm staying in, so on this occasion arriving by train, it was good to find somewhere quite so convenient for a reasonable price. Only a continental breakfast is on offer, but this is clearly advertised when the room was booked.