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The Rusty Anchor Guest House
30 Grand Parade
West Hoe


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The Rusty Anchor Guest House is situated on Plymouth's West Hoe seafront, within easy walking distance of the famous Hoe, the historic Barbican, The National Marine Aquarium,The Theatre Royal, The Pavilions, all the attractions, restaurants, cafes, bars and amenities of the city centre - not to mention the great shopping centres, both old and new - and also the Brittany Ferries terminal. Steve and Jackie offer Bed and Breakfast, a warm welcome and comfortable, spotless surroundings - a 'home from home' whether you are in Plymouth for just a short stay, or a longer one. We are committed to supporting the local economy by using local suppliers, tradespersons and produce wherever possible. We pride ourselves on our hearty English Breakfasts, but if you prefer, we offer lighter alternatives. Special diets can be catered for on request. Well behaved, innoculated pets are welcome.

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