The Royal William, a self-catering Plymouth holiday apartment, combining state of the art style, contemporary cutting edge design and Grade 1 historic architecture. Located in a world-class development, with stunning sea views in an elevated position on Plymouth Sound and the Tamar Estuary. It is a superior and highly exclusive luxury apartment on the waterfront, with spectacular panoramic sea views from every window , across the Plymouth Sound and over the Tamar, to the beautiful Cornwall scenery and National Trust estate of Mount Edgcumbe.
Prime location on Plymouth waterfront, sea view and close to all of Plymouth’s major attractions.
Prices include the cost of electricity, gas, towels and bedding.
The property is cleaned on a weekly basis, including towel and bedding changes.
This exclusive Plymouth self-catering “architechtural” style apartment faces due south and has a large open plan sitting room and intimate dining area for 6 people . natural granite walls , oak floors and dual aspect windows from every room, the magical sea views and the sun filters into the apartment every day. The views are stunning from all of the windows as they have floor to ceiling double doors . ThIs stunning holiday apartment is a must for any one seeking somewhere special to stay..
This holiday apartment has been converted, furnished and decorated to the highest standard in a modern contemporary design. The design is tasteful contemporary and refreshing in contrast to the original , historic atmosphere, complementing the historic and the new. A modern designer kitchen, luxury bathroom and entertainment systems have been installed. This apartment is truly uniqye and superior Plymouth holiday apartment with the highest luxury specification, design and detail.
The Royal William Yard is now famous with exclusive restaurants & eateries , Tea rooms ,shops , galleries and a secret garden , marina and individualised businesses.
Bistrot Pierre , Seco Lounge, Prezzo, Bakery, The River Cottage Canteen and Wills Tea room , Wagamama, Las Iguanas, , Le Vignoble .
The Royal William Apartment is conveniently above the Seco Lounge, located in the heart of the development and access to all the facilities.
The Royal William Yard in Plymouth originally conceived by Samuel Pepys when he was secretary to the Navy in the 17th century and constructed by Sir John Rennie between 1825 and 1831. Designed as both a factory and supply depot for ships victualing needs, here the Royal Navy refueled with rum. It continued to supply right up to its closure in the early 1990s, which has now been redeveloped into a world-class development.
The Ocean view holiday apartment is centrally located on the Plymouth waterfront, close to all attractions and facilities.
The Ocean view luxury apartment has one of the most enviable waterfront positions in the Royal William Yard private and peaceful and it is a favourite with our corporate clients, in particularly with VIP guest and celebrities that visit Plymouth.
The Royal William Marina also has availability of berths within the Marina. The Berth fees vary on the size / length of the boat and period of stay. The period of stay is either short stay (4 hours), 24 hours, weekly or Monthly. Therefore it is possible to moor you boat,yacht or powerboat within the Royal William Yard.
In addition to the Royal William Marina there are also berths available at Mayflower marina, which is opposite the Royal William Yard.
There is also a regular water bus (ferry service) from the Royal William Yard, which transports people to the Barbican in the centre of the city and operates from the 1st May to the 30th September.
Royal William Yard Marina Information
Within the Royal William Yard there is the Seco Lounge restaurant and bar, Martin Bush Gallery, the University of Plymouth Fine Arts exhibitions and the Royal Navy visitor centre. There is 24 hour security in the Royal William Yard.
Mount Edgcumbe country park is just on the opposite bank of the river Tamar from the Royal William Yard with a frequent passenger ferry connection. The foot passenger Cremyll ferry that goes to Mount Edgcumbe is a 5 minute walk.
Well appointed within the City of Plymouth, Plymouth Hoe & Barbican, Theatre Royal, Restaurants and Marine aquarium.
Designed by Victorian architect Sir John Rennie and constructed between 1825 and 1831, Royal William Yard is steeped in history.
Considered to be one of the most important groups of historic military buildings in Britain, it is also the largest collection of Grade 1 listed military buildings in Europe.
Accessible by land and sea - try the Royal William Ferry from the Barbican Landing Stage – it has lots to offer visitors. Enjoy the long Autumn days with a cosy hot chocolate in the casually hip Royal William Bakery and be tempted with one of their freshly baked pastries.
Stroll around the Yard and take in the atmosphere and imposing buildings, which were recently cast as Downing Street for a TV film featuring Robbie Coltrane. Or why not visit resident artist Martin Bush’s Gallery for exhibitions as well as pieces for sale?
Explore the newly opened tunnel which connects Royal William Yard with Devils Point and offers staggering views of Plymouth Sound and Drakes Island.
While you’re there visit the newest addition to the Yard, Le Vignoble wine lounge. Enjoy a glass of wine as the sun sets over the Yard’s world class buildings.
As the day draws to a close, head for the River Cottage Canteen & Deli, Seco Lounge or Prezzo and enjoy a relaxed dinner with friends.
If you visit the Yard on the first Sunday of the month you’ll find the Good Food Market where you can sample and buy food and drink from local producers from 10am-3pm.