Rainbow Lodge Guest House in Plymouth


+44 01752 229 699

29 Athenaeum Street, The Hoe, Plymouth PL1 2RQ

The South West

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Rainbow Lodge Plymouth

'A high standard in all things'

'Thank you for making me feel so welcome'

'Second to none'

'Lovely breakfast, very comfortable bed, thank you for being very helpful'

'Home from home' (many have said this)

'It's not Easter but we were 2 happy little bunnies!'

'Lovely, friendly, clean and welcoming'

'A very lovely introduction to a fascinating city'

'Wonderful - many thanks'

'Wonderful stay'

'Fantastic, couldn't have asked for more'

'Probably the best B&B I have ever stayed in and I've stayed in a few'

Taking in the whole South West from Plymouth

Plymouth is well positioned for reaching most of the South West's key places. All of the following have been visited by our guests on trips of one day:

  • Eden Project:
    The South West's leading attraction including the largest indoor rainforest in the world. Book online using our free WiFi and this destination is accessible by road or rail
  • Land's End:
    The most westerly point in the British Isles. Wild coastline and Atlantic rollers make this a must for many visitors. Accessible by road and free of charge to enter - but you pay for car parking.
  • Newquay:
    Cornwall's leading surfing centre with the most consistent swell. Accessible by road
  • Padstow:
    Attractive harbour that includes three Rick Stein eateries and many other excellent restaurants and cafes. Accessible by road.
  • Truro:
    Superb Cornish city with much to see and do including a wonderful cathedral. Accessible by rail or road.
  • Penzance and Marazion:
    Westerly port that's at the end of the railway line. Marazion is where St Michael's Mount and its monastery rise from the sea. Accessible by rail or road.
  • Exeter:
    Major cathedral city second only to Plymouth in terms of population. Historic features and good shopping centre.
  • North Devon:
    Barnstaple, Bideford and Appledore form an attractive destination for tourists that is a bit off the beaten track. Accessible by road.
  • Bristol:
    Major city and port with extensive collection of old ships and other vessels along its waterways including the marvellous SS Great Britain. Accessible by rail or road.
  • Torquay:
    Regarded as the centre of the "English Riviera", an attractive seaside resort on a pleasant bay. Accessible by road or rail.