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Drake Hotel
Lockyer Street
The Hoe

Plymouth
Devon

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Drake Hotel is a friendly run hotel that is situated in the attractive Hoe area of Plymouth, within 300 metres of the Hoe Promenade which overlooks the famous and historic Plymouth Sound. The city centre, with its new modern shopping area, Theatre Royal, the Plymouth Dome, restaurants, pubs and leisure facilities are all within easy walking distance. All rooms have colour TV, tea/coffee making services and en-suite facilities. There is a constant programme of improvements to the hotel, which are adding to facilities offered. The hotel is ideally situated for Brittany Ferry Passengers travelling to France and Spain. Train and Coach Stations are within very easy reach. Drake Hotel is a friendly run hotel and is situated in the attractive Hoe area of Plymouth, within 300 metres of the Hoe Promenade which overlooks the famous and historic Plymouth Sound. A large variation of rooms. Singles, twin bedded, doubles and family rooms. All rooms have colour TV, tea/coffee making services and en-suite facilities. There is a constant programme of improvements to the hotel, which are adding to facilities offered. All single ensuite rooms have double beds.

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