Serviced Apartments in Plymouth


Serviced Apartments in Plymouth

The gateway between Devon and Cornwall, this city is brimming with things to do and beautiful views across the ocean. Mainly a port city popular for its rich maritime history, Plymouth is a great destination for all types of travel, from the University, to marine experts.

Why should you visit Plymouth

Plymouth is the second largest city in the south-west, and its rich history means it offers a wonderful array of attractions and architecture to inspire any traveller. Plymouth was, for a long time, the main trading port for the south and has inspired many smuggling and pirate stories throughout the years. In 1620 the Pilgrim Fathers set sail for the New World from the port and established the Plymouth Colony in the United States of America.

During the First World War Plymouth was the port of entry for military troops from the Empire and during the Second World War this city was almost completely destroyed. Redevelopment quickly took place from 1943 to 1957. Plymouth’s history makes it one of the most interesting cities in the UK, making it a must on anyone’s travel list.

New to Serviced Apartments?

Citybase Apartments offer a range of serviced apartments in Plymouth. This type of accommodation gives you the feeling of living like a local, whilst being on holiday in this beautiful city. Our Plymouth serviced apartments offer more space, flexibility, and privacy than other types of accommodation. They give you access to fully equipped kitchens, extra bedrooms, and relaxing living rooms.

Taking away the added expenditure of eating out every night, you are able to cook in the comfort of your own apartment or get a take-away delivered to your door. Instead of huddling on the bed to eat, guests can take advantage of the dining table and spread out to relax, whether it’s a night in, hosting guests, or getting ready for a night out in Plymouth.

Things to do in Plymouth

Plymouth boasts an array of attractions and places to explore. Head to the National Marine Aquarium to watch rays and sharks swim elegantly above you. Or wander to The Hoe and stand in awe of Smeaton’s Tower, a 72-foot fully restored Eddystone lighthouse.

Just a short picturesque ride on a ferry will take you to Mount Edgcumbe Park and House, a 16th century manor with stunning art and tapestries as well as beautiful manicured gardens and lawns. Plymouth is also home to a number of museums and galleries. From the Mayflower Museum to the Merchant’s House, you will have a range of history to discover right at your doorstep.

Best time of the year to visit Plymouth

As a general rule, English weather is often unpredictable. Plymouth’s weather is no different, however, attractions and museums are open most of the year round and there is always something to discover come rain or shine. Plymouth’s coastal location means its climate is often determined by the Gulf Stream and the sea’s weather, therefore it is often windy, especially on the coastal paths and parks.

Citybase recommends the summer and spring months between April to September, when the weather is more likely to be sunny and the gardens and parks around the area make a wonderful place to visit.

Places to eat in Plymouth

Plymouth is abundant with places to eat and take away from. With a fish market in the city you can buy fresh produce to take back to your serviced apartment to make homemade cuisine.

Alternatively, there are many international and gourmet restaurants to choose from. Seafood is obviously a specialty but if that doesn’t hold your fancy then many vegetarian dishes, steak houses, and global eateries can be found throughout the city. Both independent and high street names are brimming on each street.