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Belmont Hotel
174 Citadel Road
Plymouth
Devon

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The Belmont is a family run Guest House on Plymouth's prestigious Hoe. Originally a large family house built around 1830, the Belmont has been sympathetically converted to a small hotel. Comfortable bedrooms, most of which have en-suite facilities. Conveniently situated for the Brittany Ferries, Railway Station and Coach Station. Plymouth Airport is only fifteen minutes away. We are close to the seafront, the historic Barbican and quay. City centre with comprehensive shopping facilities (new huge shopping complex, Drake Circle), restaurants and entertainment venues in the form of the Theatre Royal, the Pavilions and Vue cinema complex are all around us. The University of Plymouth is within walking distance as is the City Museum. The railway and bus stations are only a five minutes away.

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