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The Duke of Cornwall Hotel is a traditional Victorian hotel in the centre of Plymouth offering comfort, style and exceptional first-class service to every guest welcomed through its doors.
Private Car Park
Best Available Room
Public Transport Nearby
Number of Bedrooms: 72
Parking Spaces: 24
Steps into Hotel: 6
Check In Time: 2pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Duke of Cornwall Hotel in Plymouth dates back as far as 1863 and is a defining figure in Plymouth’s past and present. Built as the city’s inaugural luxury hotel, the Duke of Cornwall stands today as a homage to the Victorian-era grandeur boasting a grand entrance and many period features throughout the building. Situated in the heart of Plymouth this 3 star hotel is ideally located for exploring Plymouth, Dartmoor and the South West Coast of England.
When looking for accommodation in Plymouth the Duke of Cornwall has a choice of 72 uniquely decorated bedrooms include single, double and twin rooms, so there’s an option to suit every need. The hotel’s superior and luxury bedrooms – which include sensational four-poster suites – offer extra space and features for special occasions or indulgent treats.
The beautiful restaurant at the Duke of Cornwall Hotel is one of Plymouth’s best fine dining eateries with two AA Rosettes to its credit. With its unusual circular form, grand pillars and classic décor, there’s period charm in abundance. The domed ceiling adorned with a dazzling chandelier make for a striking focal point. This combination of great food and beautiful surroundings creates a truly special dining experience we know you’ll love. The lounge offers a welcoming space to enjoy a light meal or a drink with friends in a conveniently central Plymouth location. Choose from the delicious range of lunch items and your favourite tipple from the well-stocked bar. Alongside the restaurant and lounge is a truly unique dining experience awaiting those partaking in the hotel’s famous “Tea at the Top”. Afternoon tea for two served in the Duke’s Tower, boasting panoramic 360-degree views of the surrounding city and coastline.
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When looking for a hotel in Plymouth the Duke of Cornwall Hotel’s accommodation is a grand affair, with 72 uniquely appointed bedrooms, alongside a selection of ornate four poster suites, including a room at the top of the iconic Duke’s Tower, boasting panoramic 360-degree views of the surrounding countryside and neighbouring ocean.
The single rooms are the perfect spaces for solo guests. With luxury styling and grand architectural features, you can look forward to nights surrounded by the Duke’s unique period charm. A comfortable bed and modern in-room facilities ensure a home-from-home feeling.
For couples and guests sharing, the hotel offers a great selection of twin and double bedrooms. Each room is uniquely decorated and features elegant designer wallpaper and heritage furniture. It’s a great way to stay in style and comfort in the heart of Plymouth.
If you’re looking for a Plymouth hotel room suitable for a stay with your children, the family rooms are ideal. They offer the extra space and facilities you need, whilst providing a pleasant and restful home-from-home here at the Duke of Cornwall Hotel.
The superior rooms raise the level of luxury even further. With added features, these beautifully designed and furnished rooms are the ideal indulgence if you’re celebrating a special occasion. A lovely night’s sleep in one of the superior rooms will round off a great evening perfectly.
Ornate carved wooden four-poster beds are the striking centrepiece of our magnificent luxury rooms. Selected bedrooms from this range also offer the added comfort of a separate lounge area. The generous space and exquisite style and luxury of these rooms make them ideal as bridal suites. For an additional fee, the hotel can lay on flowers, champagne and chocolates – an extra extravagance for a wedding night or simply as a special treat.
In the Reynolds Suite, you can even enjoy exclusive use of the Duke’s iconic tower, with its 360-degree views over the sea and the rolling countryside of Devon and Cornwall.
Staying at the Duke of Cornwall Hotel is a pleasure that should be available to everyone. So we take accessibility seriously. Whilst there are limitations to the structural changes we can make in a nineteenth century hotel, we’ve done all that we can to make the Duke convenient and practical for wheelchair users and people with limited mobility. Our access features include:
- Level access to the hotel from the car park or through the Ballroom via our ramped side entrance
- Accessible call point at the front steps which prompts Reception staff to provide assistance, supported by a camera
- The availability of assistance when using the hotel’s lifts
- A dedicated accessible toilet with radar lock on the ground floor
Bar & Restaurant
Treat yourself to sensational fine dining in one of Plymouth’s most iconic historic buildings. Whether dining at the Duke Of Cornwall hotel you’ll find an exceptional selection of food available on the menu. Created by the talented award-winning chefs, these dishes are original, delicious and beautifully presented.
And the restaurant is a wonderful setting for fine dining. With its unusual circular form, grand pillars and classic décor, there’s period charm in abundance. The domed ceiling adorned with a dazzling chandelier make for a striking focal point.
This welcoming space is a great spot to enjoy a light meal or a drink with friends in a conveniently central Plymouth location. With its classic wood panelled walls and chesterfield sofas, the lounge combines classic style with relaxed comfort. And in winter, the open fire offers cosiness and warmth when you come in from the cold. Whether you come to eat with friends, catch up over a drink or meet with business colleagues, our lounge the perfect place to do it.
Tea At The Top
For a truly unique Plymouth experience, enjoy the afternoon tea for two with a difference.
You’ll have exclusive use of the Duke’s tower, with elevated 360-degree views over Plymouth Sound, Dartmoor and the Cornish countryside.
From this unique position, you can enjoy a classic English cream tea, plus a variety of delicious sandwiches, exquisite cakes and scones, and a glass of champagne. All with your own private butler service.
Directions to the Duke of Cornwall Hotel in Plymouth
From Train Station
You can walk from the train station if the day calls for it heading for Plymouth Pavilions via Toys r Us or alternatively jump in a taxi right outside the station and you’ll be here in no time.
Take the A3064 exit towards B3396/City Centre/Devonport
Continue onto A3064
Turn Right onto St Budeaux Bypass/A3064
Turn left onto Wolseley Rd/A3064
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit and stay on Wolesely Rd/A3064
Continue straight onto Outland Road/A3064
Outland Road turns slightly right and becomes Alma Rd/A386
At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Pennycomequick Hill
Continue to follow A386
At the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Western Approach
Continue straight onto The Crescent
Turn right onto Millbay Road – The Duke Of Cornwall Hotel is on the left!
Take the A374/B3416 exit towards A379/City Centre/Kingsbridge/Plympton
At the roundabout take the 1st exit
Keep Right to head to city centre onto Gdynia Way
At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto Exeter Street
Take the 2nd left towards Bretonside bus station
At the mini roundabout turn left
Follow the road towards Plymouth Pavilions
The Duke Of Cornwall hotel is opposite the Pavilions on the left hand side (you can’t miss it)
The car park at the rear of the hotel is free during the day for guests and anyone dining or attending an event at the hotel. However, a flat fee of £2.00 is charged for guests wishing to park their car overnight. Please be aware that our car park is monitored by an ANPR System, and all guests using the car park must enter their car registrations details on the touch screen at the hotels reception desk. The £2.00 overnight fee is to be paid to our reception team upon check in. We cannot guarantee a space as parking is limited.
For those unable to use the hotel car park, on-street parking is available adjacent to the hotel which is pay and display (£1.50 per hour, with a flat fee of £2.00 to park between the hours of 6.00 pm – 8.00 am). There is also the use of the Plymouth Pavilions Car Park located across the road from the hotel, which is pay and display.
Hotel Notice Board
Car Parking Details:
The car park at the rear of the hotel is free during the day for guests and anyone dining or attending an event at the hotel. However, a flat fee of £2.00 is charged for guests wishing to park their car overnight. Please be aware that our car park is monitored by an ANPR System, and all guests using the car park must enter their car registrations details on the touch screen at the hotels reception desk. The £2.00 overnight fee is to be paid to our reception team upon check in. We cannot guarantee a space as parking is limited. For those unable to use the hotel car park, on-street parking is available adjacent to the hotel which is pay and display (£1.50 per hour, with a flat fee of £2.00 to park between the hours of 6.00 pm – 8.00 am). There is also the use of the Plymouth Pavilions Car Park located across the road from the hotel, which is pay and display.
Access is available for wheelchair users throughout most of the hotel. At the main entrance, porter assistance can be arranged, with a ramped entry to the hotel. You may also access the hotel’s first floor via the level car park entrance. We have a specialised accessible bedroom available – Room 108 – which is designed with features such as a low walk-in bath, bathroom grab rails and low light switches.
Pets are allowed in selected rooms by prior arrangement but are not permitted in the hotel’s public areas. An additional charge may apply for bringing your pet during your stay. Guide dogs and service animals are allowed throughout the hotel. Please call 01357 529 129 if you are looking to bring your pet.
Best Available Room
Best Room Available - you will be allocated the best available room on check in. Please note that an upgraded room is not guaranteed, unless you have opted to pay the supplement for a guaranteed upgrade. Please refer to Terms and Conditions for full details.
The Duke of Cornwall Hotel is ideally positioned on the fringe of Plymouth’s vibrant city centre. Plymouth offers a great selection of big brand and independent shops, cinemas, eateries and nightlife.
Just across the road from the hotel is Plymouth Pavilions, one of the South West’s leading entertainment venues, which attracts world-class music artists and comedians. A short walk away, you’ll find Theatre Royal Plymouth, which stages top West End productions.
The hotel is also just a stroll from Plymouth Hoe. This famous promenade offers sensational ocean views across Plymouth Sound, one of the world’s finest natural harbours.
Wander around the waterfront to reach Sutton Harbour and the Barbican. Here, you’ll find the Mayflower Steps, the renowned site from which the Pilgrim Fathers set sail to settle in America in 1620. This centuries-old area features a fantastic array of independent shops, restaurants and traditional pubs – and boasts the highest concentration of cobbled streets anywhere in Britain.
You’ll also find the National Marine Aquarium here. This attraction hosts the UK’s deepest tank and counts sharks and seahorses among its array of ocean life.
Another gem hosted on Plymouth’s Barbican is the Black Friars distillery. This is England’s oldest working gin distillery and home to one of the city’s best-loved exports, Plymouth Gin, which you can sample on a visitor tour.
Another must-visit Plymouth spot is the Royal William Yard, found a short distance from the hotel. This unique site lays claim to the biggest collection of Grade I listed military buildings in Europe.
Central Park, on the edge of the city centre, is undergoing a multi-million-pound refurbishment, introducing innovative public sports and leisure facilities in this prime spot. Its play park offers plenty of fun for the children, and the park’s expansive paths and meadows are ideal for a stroll, a run or a leisurely picnic. A little farther out, you can visit Saltram Park and Mount Edgcumbe. These public parks feature abundant open grounds, stunning views and magnificent historic manor houses.
Beyond the city lie some of the UK’s most picturesque rural spots. Dartmoor, a short drive from Plymouth, is a breathtakingly rugged wilderness area known for its towering tors and resident wild ponies.
For wonderful views and sea air, explore some of the 630-mile walking route of the South West Coast Path.