A stunning, first floor studio apartment within Plymouth's Royal William Yard development, once the Navy's Victualling Yard.
Boasting exposed limestone walls, oaks floors, high ceilings and huge floor-to-ceiling windows, this stylish apartment has been sensitively restored to provide a peaceful and fresh, yet historic living space for couples and small families wishing to explore Plymouth.
The apartment is on the first floor and is accessed via the nearby pedestrian stairs or the lift which is but a short distance from the flat.
A large hallway leads into a bright and airy studio space, where you will find a sofa bed, a well-equipped kitchen and a dining area.
There is a separate shower room featuring a wall adorned with mirrors and a Juliet balcony provides a vista across the historic site and is the perfect spot to enjoy the morning sunshine with a cup of coffee.
This apartment is set on a development, situated on the water's edge, where you will find cafes, a wine bar, restaurants, artisanal bakery and an art gallery.
The huge quayside provides a marvellous vantage point to the ever-changing marine activity and stunning sunsets, while the shingle beach, a few minutes’ walk away, is perfect for a romantic evening stroll.
Regular passenger ferries are available offering trips to The Barbican, alive with fashionable bistros, pubs and artisan shops.
With a heritage feel, this contemporary apartment is the perfect base for couples looking for a stylish and relaxing city break.
All first floor. Open plan studio accommodation with sofa bed, kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Shower room with double shower, basin and WC.
About the location
Dartmoor 17 miles; Torbay 32 miles; Cornwall 5 miles.
Surrounded by the rugged beauty of Dartmoor, the glorious countryside of the South Hams and the vibrant scenery of the South Devon coast, Plymouth offers the perfect mixture of maritime heritage and natural beauty in a vibrant city environment. Wander through the maze of narrow streets with their shops, restaurants and art galleries and down to the Barbican quayside, where the city's maritime history begins. Take a stroll up to the Hoe with its unsurpassed view across one of the world's finest natural harbours and where Francis Drake played bowls as the Armada sailed into view! Take a tour of the Plymouth Gin distillery, watch a show at the Theatre Royal or spend a fascinating few hours at the National Marine Aquarium. There are also boat trips around the Sound and Naval dockyards, watersports at the Mountbatten Centre and the city centre shopping mall to explore. The wild tors of Dartmoor, the beach resorts of Torbay, several stately homes and gardens and the splendid coastal scenery of South Cornwall can all be reached in under 45 minutes.
Note: Max 2 adults and 1 child.