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Colebrook, Plymouth
1.4 Miles from the centre

Nestled amid 100 acres of parkland, this traditional English country house is perfectly positioned for exploring both the timeless elegance of Devon and the bustling centre of Plymouth. Featuring a restaurant and free WiFi, the hotel also has a bar and onsite hairdressers. Each room has an en-suite bathroom, tea/coffee making facilities and a flat-screen TV. Guests can enjoy a full English breakfast in the morning. During your free time you can take advantage of the hotel’s extensive leisure facilities, including an 18-hole golf course, fully-equipped gym and a relaxing spa. Alternatively, you can enjoy a leisurely stroll around the beautiful parkland. You can play squash at this hotel, and the area is popular for golfing. Plymouth is 8 km from Elfordleigh Hotel, while Tavistock is 17 km away. The nearest airport is Exeter International Airport, 58 km from the property.

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per night from £104
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The Smithaleigh Hotel

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3.3 Miles from the centre

Stay in one of 25 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Your room comes with a pillowtop bed. Digital television is provided for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.

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per night from £59
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Hotels in Plympton

This ancient Devon community, home to a partly ruined Norman castle, is on the outskirts of the historic maritime centre and flourishing university city of Plymouth.

Birthplace of a famous artist

Plympton is the birthplace of the distinguished 18th-century artist Sir Joshua Reynolds, who lived in the settlement for many years and was elected as the mayor in 1773. He was a pioneer of the 'Grand Style' painting movement, a perfected classical art style centred on the aesthetic principles of the High Renaissance era of the late-14th and early-15th century.

Plympton Castle

Built in the early 12th century, Plympton Castle is on a large pre-Norman motte and is somewhat smaller than many other motte-and-bailey style castles in Britain. Unfortunately, like many other medieval defences, it was besieged during the English Civil War in the mid-17th century, although parts of the structure have been carefully preserved.

Saltram House

See the magnificent Georgian landmark of Saltram House, which is maintained by the National Trust and overlooks a wonderful landscaped park. The building was once the residence of the wealthy Parker family, and now displays many of Sir Joshua Reynold's most celebrated paintings.

What to see nearby

Visit Plymouth's world-renowned City Museum and Art Gallery, which opened well over a century ago and is housed in an attractive Edwardian Baroque building. You can also see the National Marine Aquarium, the largest aquarium in the country, or spend some time at the Mayflower Steps, where the Pilgrim Fathers disembarked for North America in 1620.

If you have the time, consider a day trip to Dartmoor National Park, which is just a short drive from Plympton hotels. It is a very popular destination for hiking, cycling, canoeing and kayaking, and is the location of the prehistoric Grey Wethers stone circles.

Dining and accommodation in Plympton

For some hearty British dishes, dine at The George, enjoy some delicious European-themed cuisine at The Treby Arms, or treat yourself to other tantalising dishes at the deluxe St Elizabeth's House Restaurant. At St Elizabeth's House, you can also enjoy immaculate accommodation and superb hospitality, or book a stay at the comforSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION Smithaleigh Hotel for great value for money.

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