Rainbow Lodge

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

29 Athenaeum Street, The Hoe

Rainbow Lodge, Plymouth

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Accommodation Description:

No matter whether you are coming to Plymouth on business, or to visit friends and relatives, for a short break or for a long stay, you should give ‘the little gem’ a try. That’s what regular guests call us because they like our sparkling clean, warm and inviting guest house so much. We are in a fantastic location that’s central but quiet with our own off street parking.

Plenty of reasons to try the little gem next time you're in Plymouth.

The Rainbow Lodge is a privately run, listed Georgian guest house in a great location on Plymouth Hoe, and is known by regular guests as their 'little gem’. We are in the ideal spot for getting around Plymouth. The main Shopping Area and University are just a short walk.

The Theatre Royal and Plymouth Pavilions are even closer (so we often have performers and members of their audience staying with us at the same time!). The unique Barbican is also just a few minutes’ walk away, best reached by a stroll along the seafront to take in Plymouth Sound. And here’s an unexpected plus - although we’re so close to the city, we are in a really quiet neighbourhood too, one that’s actually part of Plymouth’s main conservation area, so you get peace as well as position.

We never forget you have a choice, so you'll find you are our centre of attention. On arrival, the owners usually welcome you personally and organise things just right – luggage to your room, car parked, valuable guidance and advice given if you are new to Plymouth. You will find your bedroom is spotlessly clean and contains equipment – TV, shower, kettle, adjustable central heating, WiFi, lighting, alarm clock/radio – that works.

And tomorrow there's a memorable, beautifully presented breakfast to order to look forward to. But before you even arrive, you will have experienced another plus – choice. At the Rainbow Lodge, you can choose your preferred room and rate...

a really delightful ensuite or a keenly priced standard room, bed and breakfast rates or perhaps ‘roomkey only’, so you can miss out on that breakfast, sleep in and save money too! Welcome to the Rainbow Lodge where we never forget you have a choice.

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest

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