Category: Easterplaces to stay

There are plenty of fantastic places to stay if you are planning a trip to Plymouth for the Easter holidays. From city centre hotels to private apartments with waterfront views there are so many fabulous venues to stay at. take a look at some of our top picks. 


Crowne Plaza

Just a short distance from Plymouth Hoe, Crowne Plaza Plymouth is ideally positioned for city exploration. The hotel features rooms offering stunning views of the sea, Smeaton’s Tower, and beyond, creating a perfect setting for an Easter stay. Guests can enjoy amenities such as tea and coffee making facilities, desks, satellite or freesat TV, and complimentary WiFi during their stay.


Leonardo Hotel

Leonardo Hotel is located in the heart of the city centre on Exeter Street, across from Drake Circus shopping centre, and within a short walking distance to the railway station, bus station, city centre, and the historic Barbican. The rooms feature large, cosy beds with fresh white linens, big-screen TVs, high-speed internet access, and roomy bathrooms with complimentary toiletries.

Leonardo Hotel room in Plymouth

Boringdon Hall 

Flock to Boringdon Hall Hotel in Plymouth this Easter for a luxury five-star stay in Britain's  Ocean City. Conveniently located on the edge of the stunning Dartmoor National Park. Relax in style with beautifully decorated rooms featuring bright decorm carved wooden beds and historic features. 


Bovisand Lodge Apartments

If you're after a getaway a stone's throw from the sea a visit to The Bovisand Lodge Estate might be the stay for you. The magnificent country house near Plymouth, is a Grade II listed property. Situated in the South Devon countryside, the apartments within the estate provide direct access to the nearby Bovisand beach and the South West Coast Path.

Each roomy apartment features its own entrance and terrace. Guests can enjoy the indoor heated swimming pool and sauna, open year-round, as well as access to the beautiful grounds of the estate in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.


Copthorne Hotel 

Nestled in the city centre is the Copthorne Hotel Plymouth. Perfectly situated in the city centre it's a great starting point to experience easter in plymouth, and it's within walking distance to the Barbican and the iconic Mayflower steps, they offer unbeatable location and convenience.


Duke of Cornwall Hotel

Since its establishment in 1863, The Duke of Cornwall Hotel has remained a prominent landmark in Plymouth. Situated near the city centre and the sea, it offers an ideal location for an Easter stay. With 72 individually styled bedrooms, including single, double, and twin rooms, the hotel caters to various preferences and requirements.

The exterior of the Duke of Cornwall Hotel


Future Inn

Future Inn Plymouth serves as a perfect hub for exploring both the city, providing a variety of roomy accommodations that can accommodate up to four guests.

Enjoy complimentary amenities such as free parking, Wi-Fi, and a robe with slippers in every room. Additionally, take advantage of the guest laundry room and a compact exercise facility for a home-like experience away from home. 


Moxy Hotel

Located near the city centre, the recently constructed 200-room Moxy Hotel is perfectly positioned for discovering Britain's Ocean City. Unwind in the chic rooms featuring 42-inch Chromecast TVs, cosy beds. The Hotel is a short walk away from Plymouth beauty spots including Plymouth Hoe and Royal William Yard. 


New Continental

Situated right in the city centre, the New Continental Hotel is fantastically located with shopping locations and attractions just a moments away. Consisting of 99 bedrooms, a leisure complex and a stunning restaurant, it’s a fantastic venue to stay at this Easter.


St Anne's House

Soak up the Easter sun by the sea just outside of Plymouth st St. Anne's House. This magnificent country estate features seven luxurious king-sized rooms nestled within vast gardens, along with an outdoor pool, hot tub, and a dedicated licensed bar solely available for your enjoyment.

St Anne's House in Plymouth


Explore further Easter inspiration and things to do in Plymouth.

In partnership with GWR, Destination Plymouth’s lead travel partner



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