Nice just to walk around and admire the sea views, enjoy a coffee or a meal. Very relaxing, no free parking though.
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We stayed in one of the many nicely refurbished apartments in the yard for 3 nights, and really enjoyed our stay. During the day, you can take a stroll along the water or in the nearby park (or do a day excursion to one of...More
Really like coming here, some great eateries at good prices, the view across to Mount Edgcumbe the little ferry running between Cremyll. The ferry to the Barbican has now returned and it great to travel between the two. Good outside seating when the weather good...More
The Royal William Yard in Plymouth was built between 1826 and 1835 and was the major victualling depot for the Royal Navy until 1992. It has been restored and is one of the most magnificent grade 1 industrial monuments in the UK today. I visited...More
An easy walk from Plymouth. Great places to eat, just a shame most are chain-restaurants rather than original outlets. A lovely atmosphere in an evening especially.
Walked all the way here from Plymouth on a recent visit to the city & to be honest I wish I hadn't bothered. The buildings are impressive & imposing but that's about it. There are a few restaurants & some sort of weird art gallery...More
Thanks again to Bev and everyone at Royal Williams Yard for a fabulous trip. We love our little apartment by the water . We travel from Abu Dhabi regularly to visit our son in university. It's always a long trip so we need somewhere we...More
Checked into number 20 Brewhouse at RWY a couple of days ago and very impressed. We were warmly welcomed and our host couldn't have been more helpful. The apartment is perfectly situated and stunning throughout. The decor and fittings are very modern and luxurious. The...More
We went to the Royal William Yard hoping to see ... well, something historic. There are the imposing buildings, of course, but nothing substantial to tell you what happened here. I was expecting, at least, a museum of some sort - but there is nothing...More