Relax in stunning locations. Plumlocations offer great locations; the lowest price guaranteed for direct bookings; 24/7 access; free fast wi-fi; bookings from one night upwards; contemporary style from a family owned company with friendly staff.
Astor House Apartments are set in an unrivalled spot of Torquay, overlooking the beach and Tor Bay, only a few hundred metres from the town centre. Most Astor House apartments come with breath-taking uninterrupted sea views from our south-facing cliff-top…
When choosing the perfect holiday apartments, location is the key factor. Trinity Mews Self Catering Holiday Apartments is located in the very heart of Torquay, Devon only a few steps from the harbour and town centre yet you are tucked…
The renowned and sophisticated “world class” Royal William Yard, a unique Grade 1 listed former Navy building, is located on the entrance of the River Tamar; picture perfect and dramatic with a sense of smooth urbanity. Plymouth has been named…
Elliot Terrace is bursting with history with previous residents including the Astors – then one of the richest families in the country – with Nancy Astor being the country’s first woman sitting MP residing at No 3 and Arthur Conan…
Plumlocations offers contemporary coastal apartments in great locations in the UK, France and Italy.
Benefits include 24/7 access with self check in/outs; free WiFi; family owned accommodation and friendly staff.
We can offer any type of stay from one day to one year+ to holiday makers, business clients and as winter lets (but no parties or young groups).
We continually strive for the highest standards with our team of housekeeping and other staff.
Plumlocations offers self-catering holidays and corporate lets in plum locations across South Devon and also in Nice, France and Puglia, Italy.
Holiday makers, business travellers and longer term stays are all very welcome with something suitable for everyone (except young groups and party goers) for any period from one day upwards.Locations
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*Subject to minimum spend of £100