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Lamplighter Hotel
103 Citadel Rd

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Popular Guest House located in a central position for the Hoe, Historic Barbican and ferry port. We have a reputation for comfort and hospitality. The Lamplighter is a family run business offering the kind of comfort and welcome all too often missing from popular tourist centres. Liz and Larry Quinlan have ensured that the nine bedrooms have been furnished and decorated to the highest standards with seven rooms fully en-suite and two with private facilities. The Lamplighter is an easy walk to the centre of Plymouth where the floral displays have regularly won Plymouth top awards in the Britain in Bloom competition. Here the traffic free treats make shopping a pleasure. Situated on historic Plymouth Hoe, The Lamplighter is ideally situated for guests to take full advantage of the many attractions the City has to offer. Plymouth is also a rapidly expanding area of commerce and industry, and more and more businessmen are finding the Lamplighter ideally suited to their needs. Whatever you reason for visiting the fascinating City of Plymouth, The Lamplighter assures you of a warm and comfortable welcome. We do not accept Switch Credit Cards.

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