The Grand Parade
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Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4 Home 204918
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Apartment / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
The Grand Parade - Self Catering Holiday Apartment and Holiday Accommodation
The water side Plymouth self-catering apartment and holiday accommodation, faces south onto a fantastic outside area with a patio sitting area on the waters edge. A comfortable lounge with floor to ceiling double doors, allowing the sea view to enter the apartment.
The Grand Parade is a landmark Victorian terrace is on the waters edge on the famous Plymouth victorian coastline.The outside sitting area is south facing with sun all day, really right on the waters edge, with a communal garden area.
This holiday accommodation and apartment has been tastefully furnished and decorated with original victorian features, such as ceiling roses and chandeliers, mouldings, window shutters and high ceilings.The lounge includes entertainment systems with TV, freeview and free sat.
The kitchen has all the usual amenities including micowave.
The apartment has two bedrooms, one with a kingsize double bed, the other with two single bunk beds. The bunk beds can be split.
There is one main bathroom with bath and shower and all the usual amenities. There is an additional en-suite bathroom off the master bedroom including bath and shower.
The Grand Parade is a famous historical Victorian terrace overlooking Plymouth West Hoe waterfront and is centrally located in PL1 on the Hoe, close to all attractions and facilities. This Plymouth self-catering accommodation is located in a most prestigious Victorian house within the striking terrace and landmark.
West Hoe has the added benefit of West Hoe park which has a great childrens play area and numerous childrens activities.
Plymouth Tinside outside swimming pool is a short walk along the fantastic victorian coastline, and open in the summer months with free admission.
The Grand Parade is most noticeably central, walking distance to the Theatre Royal and Plymouth Pavilion
Plymouth Hoe is a central hub and location for events throughout the year, including the National Fireworks Championship, sporting events, rallies, fairs, charity events and Guy Fawkes' Night.
Parking permits for the Grand Parade are available at £2.50 per day per vehicle. (Parking permits are on-street parking, and the permits are purchased on your behalf by luxury sea views).
Note: there is free parking after 18:00 in the evening and before 10am in the morning.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Nearest beach||Apartment on the waters edge|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Plymouth, Newquay, Exeter, Bristol, Nearest railway: Plymouth|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden|
|Access||Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
Water side Plymouth self catering apartment and holiday accommodation
The apartment sleeps 4 (1 double bedrooms and 1 room with single bunk beds)
3 day breaks available.
Ground Floor apartment located on Plymouth water side.
Lounge and bedroom with floor to ceiling double doors leading onto and outside patio sitting area.
South facing patio area, with morning, day and evening sun. Meters from the waters edge.
Communal garden area directly outside of patio area.
breathtaking sea views
Floor to ceiling double doors
Victorian high ceilings
Outside patio sitting area
ceiling rose and chandelier
32” LED Freeview HD TV, Free Sat, DVD .
Free WiFi broadband internet access.
Dining area with sea views to sit 4 people.
Kitchen with all appliances.
Free laundry facilities. Iron and ironing board. Hair Dryer.
1 master bedroom with king size double bed and en-suite bathroom.
1 bedroom with two single bunk beds. The bunk beds can be split.
Travel Cot on request.
High Chair on request.
A bathroom with bath and shower.
Permit parking available outside of apartment.
Parking permits for the Grand Parade are available at £3.00 per day per vehicle.
(Parking permits are on-street parking, and the permits are purchased on your behalf by luxury sea views).
Prime location on west hoe, sea view and close to all Plymouths major attractions.
Walking distance to West Hoe park and childrens play area.
10 minute walk into the city centre and Plymouth's famous barbican.
Prices include the cost of electricity, towels and bedding.
The property is cleaned on a weekly basis, including towel and bedding changes.
|Further details outdoors|
The Grand Parade is a Victorian Terrace on the waters edge on Plymouth Hoe. The Ground Floor apartment has double doors from the lounge leading onto a private south facing patio area with fantastic panoramic sea views from Devon, across the Plymouth Sound and Drakes Island, over the Tamar and to the beautiful Cornwall scenery and National Trust estate of Mount Edgcumbe. The Patio area leads onto a shared garden area. The shared garden area is separated only meters from the waters edge by a wall. The second bedroom with single bunk beds and truckle bed also has double doors onto the patio area.
Parking permits for the Grand Parade are available at £3.00 per day per vehicle. (Parking permits are on-street parking, and the permits are purchased on your behalf by luxury sea views).
The Devon region
There really is a wealth of things to see and do in the West Country. Not only does it have some of the most breathtaking scenery in the United Kingdom but it has several award winning beaches to relax on.
The climate during the summer is often impressive as the Gulf Stream warms the seas in the area so this means excellent surfing and other water based pursuits. As far as attractions are concerned there is the Eden Project a vast eco-project with huge bio-domes to explore which offer many species from around the world as well as plenty for kids to do.
Devon is one of the most beautiful and diverse counties in England and is reknown for its dramatic and unspoilt northern coast line. Both Exmoor and Dartmoor provide wonderful walking and horse riding opportunities with breathtaking countryside, peace and tranquility. Many National Trust properties such as Castle Drogo, Cuckland Abbey, Saltram House, Finch Foundry, Lydford Gorge are within easy reach. Theme Parks are in abundance around Bude and further along the Atlantic Highway.
Within the surrounding Plymouth Area:
Totnes Elizabethan fair – Tuesdays.
Buckland Abbey – Home of Francis Drake.
Dartmoor within half an hours drive.
Fishing villages of Looe and Polperro within an hours drive.
Eden project within 2 hours drive.
National Trust Properties – such as Saltram House, the setting for the film ‘Sense & Sensibility’.
Plymouth is steeped in history with notable figures such as Sir Francis Drake and the Pilgrim Fathers all starting their journey from Plymouth. Plymouth has superb coastal scenery, boat tours, restaurants and makes for a super holiday location to suit all interests.
Plymouth is situated in the heart of the SW Peninsula – the UK’s favourite holiday destination. Plymouth city itself offers a rich combination of maritime heritage and natural beauty in a fast changing city environment.
Plymouth is surrounded by the rugged beauty of Dartmoor to the north, an area of outstanding natural beauty in the South Hams to the East and the unspoilt beauty of Cornwall to the west.
Plymouth has more waterside peninsula than any other UK city. Our holiday apartments offer luxury self-catered accommodation and they are situated in prime locations in and around the beautiful water frontage that Plymouth has to offer.
Main attractions in and around Plymouth include:
* Barbican & Maritime History..
* The Barbican is the tourist centre of Plymouth. A maze of intricate narrow streets, and fine examples of Tudor buildings, many of them now shops, restaurants and pubs.
* Plymouth Hoe..
Just a short walk away from the Barbican, where Francis Drake played bowls as the Spanish Armada approached, you can marvel at one of the most beautiful natural harbours in the world and absorb 400 years of history at the award winning Plymouth Dome.
Enjoy a tour and sample the renowned Plymouth Gin at this historic distillery.
Various cinemas and theatres including Warner Village Multiplex cinema, ABC cinemas, Vue – Barbican leisure centre.
The Theatre Royal is one of the highlights of English regional theatre. Opened in 1982, it has become one of the major venues for drama, ballet, opera and musicals.
The National Marine Aquarium was the first aquarium in the United Kingdom to be set up solely for the purpose of education, conservation and research.
Performance venue, ice skating rink and swimming pool.
The Plymouth City Museum & Art Gallery..
This impressive museum houses a wide variety of collections covering the fine and decorative arts, natural history and human history.
Mount Batten Centre..
Watersports and Diving Centre located on the other side of Plymouth sound.
An award winning visitor centre, see Plymouth through the ages.
Theatre Royal for good shows, many start here before running in the West End.
A pedestrianised shopping centre rebuilt after the Blitz in 1943.
The nearby dockside Barbican is within a 10 minute walk, with its unique architecture, restaurants and art galleries. The city centre boasts theatres, pubs, clubs and a great new shopping centre is within easy reach.
Visit the natural harbour of Plymouth Sound and take a trip on one of the many fishing boats, ferries or cruises that leave daily. Alternatively, why not visit Plymouth's world renowned National Marine Aquarium? A fun day out for all the family!
Visit the renowned National Marine Aquarium or discover the wilds of Dartmoor, the sandy beaches of Torbay and the rolling surf along Cornwall's coast, all within a 40 minute drive. A fabulous property in a wonderful location
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25 Sep 2012
We stayed here in July came to Plymouth for my grandaughters birthday. the lettings company who we dealt with couldnt have been more helpful. The property manager was lovley The first thing you notice when you enter the property is the amazing view of the Hoe from the patio windows . We was lucky enough to have beautiful weather the week we stayed so we spent alot of time out side on the patio. Now I do think that this could have been tidied a little there was a lot of weeds and and the flowers in the pots had all dried up . The kitchen was clean and had everything you needed . The main living area was a good size and has some lovley pieces of furniture and very comfy.There are 2 bedrooms on is a childrens bedroom the other is is a double this room (with on suite )is on the front of the house on the road. There are only blinds and no curtains which meant that the bright treet light shone in all night and it was noisey so we had to sleep in the back room but that meant my husband and I was in single beds not good. to be honest with a few tweeks the owners could ask for more rent eg nicer lightt fitting a mirror in the bedroom so you could get ready just simple things would take it to another level The best thing about this property is the view its amazing I can most certainley reccomend it
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