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Casa Mia Guest House
Casa Mia Guest House
201 Citadel Road East
The Hoe


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Casa Mia Guest House

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Welcome to Casa Mia Guest House offering B&B in Plymouth Devon where we aim to provide quality bed and breakfast accommodation, making our guests' stay both comfortable and enjoyable. To achieve this we provide those little extra touches such as all en-suite, spacious rooms with digital TV, tea tray and hairdryer, towels and toiletries. Superior rooms have sitting areas with views of the beautiful Hoe Park. We are happy to give advice on where to eat, sightsee and how to get the most from your visit. Casa Mia Guest House is set in a quiet cul-de-sac in central Plymouth with views of the famous Plymouth Hoe park, beyond which is the stunningly beautiful Plymouth Sound, seafront and Barbican area. The B&B is centrally located; we are only a few minutes walk from the city centre, the historic Barbican & Sutton Harbour, University and Marine Biology Laboratory. There are theatres and music venues nearby as well as many eating places offering a diverse choice from fish and chips to fine dining at the famous Tanner brothers establishment. Casa Mia offers comfortable non smoking en-suite rooms with a selection of single, double, twin and 1 family room for 3 persons. En-suites include shower, WC and washbasin. Towels and toiletries are provided for your comfort. All rooms have: Digital TV, alarm clock radios, hospitality tray and hairdryer, ironing board/iron available, hypo allergenic duvets and pillows are used; extra pillowï¾’s available on request. Full central heating, all roomsï¾’ serviced daily and door keys are provided for access at any time. We do ask guests to be considerate of others and keep noise to a minimum particularly between 11pm and 7am.

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