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Address: 76 Alma Road, Plymouth, PL3 4HD

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St Rita Hotel in Plymouth offers bed and breakfast accommodation just a 10-minute walk from Plymouth Train Station. Less than 1 minute from Central Park, this guest house has free parking and Wi-Fi. Rooms have en suite or shared bathroom facilities with shower or bath. There is a TV and tea and coffee facilities in all rooms. Breakfast is available for an additional charge, with a cooked full English breakfast served each morning. A continental choice includes cereals, toast, fruit juice, tea and coffee. The St Rita Hotel is within 15 minutes’ walk of Plymouth University and the town centre. It’s also just a 7-minute drive from the ferry port.

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Plymouth Argyle Football Club - Football Club

Plymouth Argyle Football Club - Football Club

Distance 0.5 miles (0.8 km)
During 2001 Home Park was transformed, with three sides of the ground being completely re-built. Both the ends and one side of the ground has been replaced , by single tiered, covered all seated stands. Most impressively the corners between these stands have been filled so that the ground is totally enclosed on those sides. This just leaves just the Grandstand at one side of the pitch, as the only remnant of the old Home Park. This classic looking stand dates back to the late 1940's, is partly covered, with seating at the rear and a large terrace at the front. Home Park is the most westerly and southerly League Ground in England.

University of Plymouth - University

University of Plymouth - University

Distance 0.62 miles (1 km)
The University of Plymouth is an ambitious university where innovation and creativity are at the heart of all activities.

We are committed to delivering an outstanding student experience and enjoy a reputation for excellence in teaching and learning alongside world-class research. Our mission to make Plymouth the enterprise university means expanding on the range of experience and support we can offer our students, whether they want to set up their own business, join a multi-national employer, start their career in the Westcountry or gain experience overseas. We help our students identify what they can do to make themselves stand out from the rest.

You can be assured of a great lifestyle, with all the leisure opportunities you would expect of a vibrant, waterfront city with easy access to beaches and open countryside and moorland.

Plymouth College of Art - University

Plymouth College of Art - University

Distance 0.73 miles (1.16 km)
The original Plymouth School of Art, an independent specialist art college, was opened in the year 1856 and was originally founded as an Art School. It is a provider of vocational art and design education in the region and offers a wide variety of vocationally-based programmes in art, design, crafts and media, from the introductory to the degree level and serves the needs of the Creative Industries sector. The College awards foundation degrees and BA (Hons) degrees.

Plymouth Centre - Town Centre

Plymouth Centre - Town Centre

Distance 0.91 miles (1.45 km)
Although its the capital of South West England and largest city on the south coast, Plymouth is surprisingly peaceful and relaxed. Awarded Britians cleanest city in 1991 and national studies have lead to conclusions that it is the best place in England to live. Plymouth has been a maritime city since its earliest days due to its position between the estuaries of the Rivers Plym and Tamar. It was the base of the great Elizabethan sea captains Drake, Raleigh and Hawkins. The Royal Navy has had a permanent base in Plymouth since the end of the 17th century. There are excellent views from the top of the towering Civic Centre and of course from the Hoe ("high place") from which Drake first spotted the approach of the Spanish Armade whilst enjoying a game of bowls.