Our Pick of the Hotels, Inns and B&Bs in the area
Torpoint itself might not be rammed with places to stay but the area, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find a decent night’s stay in the surrounding area.
Plymouth was once one of the most popular holiday destinations in England and as such it has a well-earned reputation for hospitality. There’s much more on offer here than just bog-standard hotels though. In the Torpoint area you’ll find something for everyone, including cosy inns, aparthotels and pubs.
On the banks of the River Tamar lies the Edgcumbe Arms, a wonderful example of a Cornish pub complete with lively locals, tasty ale and great food. With all this to offer you might be surprised that this well-established pub also has some very comfortable rooms for guests. Couples can stay for as little as £70 per night – a price that includes free Wi-Fi and full Cornish breakfast.
Drakes Wharf Aparthotel
One of the hottest properties in the area, the Drakes Wharf Aparthotel sits right on the waterfront offering guests stunning views out over the marina. Situated in Plymouth’s historic Grade 1-listed Royal William Yard this old building has been given a fresh update in recent years, complete with modern internal doors and a clean design aesthetic. Apartments start at £140 for a 2 bed flat.
Choose from one of three classy Plymouth locations on offer from Pure Serviced – a company specialising in bespoke apartments that put you right in the heart of this historic city and in the lap of luxury. Stay in the Royal William Yard, Durnford Street or Admirality Street and benefit from huge open spaces, private parking and top of the line services. Rent whole apartments for as little as £216 per night.
The Rusty Anchor
Housed in a Victorian town house just across from the harbour, The Rusty Anchor is an elegant six bedroomed property offering chic, stylish properties that are perfect for couples looking for a romantic getaway. Described as ‘shabby chic’ on the website, this is a truly unique place to stay and one that you shouldn’t hesitate to book – if you’re staying in the area. Rooms at The Rusty Anchor start at around £75 per night (including breakfast).
Copthorne Hotel Plymouth
Whilst some may argue that the Copthorne Hotel harks back to a rather retro age of hotels, this is an establishment that can still compete with the best of them. Set right in the centre of Plymouth, this 135-room hotel has more than enough choice and range for most budgets and makes for a great introduction to the area. Rooms start at a very reasonable £55 per night.
The Invicta Hotel
Light, modern, airy and effortlessly cool – this Victoria-era building has been carefully renovated and updated over the years, resulting in the handsome hotel that you’ll find today. Run by the Martins since 2002, they have been showered in praise in recent years from recognised brands such as Trip Advisor, Laterooms.com and the AA. Book a double-room here for as little as £125.