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No. 1 Elliot Terrace Apartments

No. 1 Elliot Terrace

Offering a truly special place for self-catering in Plymouth, these elegant apartments are located within No. 1 Elliot Terrace, a Grade 2* listed building designed in the palatian Italian style which is part of a grand row of houses in a prime location. No. 1 Elliot Terrace is perfectly situated on the scenic open space of Plymouth Hoe, which has spectacular views across Plymouth Sound to the English Channel beyond. This is a fantastic central spot in the city from which you can enjoy the vibrant goings-on on the Hoe and in the harbour and sea, while also being perfectly located to enjoy all the amenities and attractions of the city centre.

The apartments at No. 1 Elliot Terrace are well appointed and offer everything you could need for a relaxing city break, with all the convenience and comfort you’d want. Enjoy all that Plymouth has to offer, or take a day trip to enjoy the rest of Devon, including Dartmoor National Park and the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

In the City

No. 1 Elliot Terrace is conveniently close to all the central attractions of Plymouth. Take a shopping trip to Drake’s Circus, explore the sprawling streets and historic waterfront of the Barbican, and much more.

By the Sea

Plymouth is a fantastic place for a coastal break, and with a stay at No. 1 Elliot Terrace, the sea is practically on your doorstep. Enjoy the seafaring nature of the city, with old ports as well as those still in operation.

Smart Technology

These apartments come complete with a range of smart technology for added convenience, including Alexa voice assistants as well as voice-controlled heating and lighting. Free fast Wi-Fi is also provided.

Historic Listed Building

The rich heritage of the row of houses known as Elliot Terrace includes past residents such as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes, and Nancy Astor, the country’s first female sitting MP.

Next to Plymouth Hoe

No. 1 Elliot Terrace is located right alongside Plymouth Hoe, an expanse of green space including such stunning sights as the Smeaton’s Tower lighthouse, the statue of Sir Francis Drake, and the 17th-century Royal Citadel.


Please note: due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the attractions and amenities shown below may be closed or only offering a limited service. Please check their individual websites or call them ahead of time to avoid disappointment when visiting.

Things to Try

The Barbican

Plymouth's waterfront

Take a look around the cobbled streets and old buildings of the Barbican, Plymouth’s historic harbour. Here you’ll find a charming ambience, some amazing attractions, a range of independent shops and art galleries, and plenty of great restaurants and bars to enjoy a delicious meal or a refreshing drink.

Plymouth Gin Distillery


The Plymouth Gin Distillery has been producing spirits since 1793, and welcomes visitors to enjoy a range of tours and experiences. Find out all about the history of the Black Friar’s Distillery and the distilling process, and of course get to try some of the final product for yourself.

National Marine Aquarium

A shark

Pay a visit to the largest aquarium in the UK and get a glimpse of life beneath the waves. The National Marine Aquarium is home to all sorts of amazing aquatic animals, both familiar and exotic, including sharks, jellyfish, octopuses and more. Different zones take you on a global journey.

Saltram House

Saltram House

Why not spend some time at Saltram House, a Grade I listed George II era mansion house which was once called “the most impressive country house in Devon”? Explore the stories, secrets and treasures of the house itself, or just take a stroll around the beautiful grounds and gardens.

Create Incredible Memories

For Food and Drink

Fish and chips

There are all sorts of great places to get something to eat in Plymouth. For a traditional fish and chip supper, try the Cornwall Street Fish Bar. Fletcher’s Restaurant is very popular and offers vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options, and the Crown and Anchor offers delicious pub food and good views.

For Attractions

Smeaton's Lighthouse

Plymouth’s waterfront has lots worth seeing. The Royal Citadel, an imposing coastal fortress built in 1566, runs tours for those who would like to explore its rich history. The Mayflower Museum is also great for coverage of the city’s naval history, particularly the voyage of the Mayflower by America’s founding fathers.

For Activities

Tinside Lido

For a seaside stroll, you can make use of the South West Coast Path, a popular walking trail which runs through the city and far beyond. If you fancy a dip in the summer months, why not make use of the Tinside Lido, an open-air swimming pool which overlooks Plymouth Sound?