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The Phantele is a family-owned and operated bed & breakfast in the Stoke area of Plymouth. We pride ourselves on fresh decor throughout the Phantele, as well as cleanliness, tasty generous breakfasts, and a friendly welcoming atmosphere.

Our building, constructed in 1893, has resulted in accommodation that is modest in size and distributed over three floors accessible by stairs. We have complemented the historic constraints and character through the use of white linens, bright paint and fabrics and shabby chic furniture. Natural light floods the halls and our guest bedrooms all of which have their own personality. We display some local artists paintings and photos throughout the property of the surrounding areas of Plymouth and Devon.

We are only a few minutes by car, 15 minutes by bus and half an hour on foot from the city centre. A short taxi ride from Plymouth Railway Station or Bretonside Bus Station brings you to our doorstep. Devonport Naval Base is in walking distance. HMS Rayleigh is easily accessible via the Torpoint ferry and there is free parking on the adjacent side street to our premises.

Phantele Guest House’s prices include a cooked breakfast with a range of choices. Discounted rates for long-term stays are negotiable. Please click the booking button to book online and check availability. We are happy to cater to health and dietary needs – phone or email with special requests.

We look forward to your visit!

Our Rooms



The Phantele has seven bedrooms: a family en-suite room with double bed and bunkbed; two double rooms with en-suite facilities; one double room, one twin room and two singles that share a bath suite, separate shower and separate toilet. All rooms have a flat screen TV with Freeview (some with a DVD player) and tea and coffee-making facilities. An iron, ironing board and baby cot can be requested. The dining room is equipped with a fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster and coffee machine for guests’ use. A high chair is also provided. Guest are welcome to use the onsite wireless internet for a small charge.

Our Breakfast Room

Seats up to 14 guests at a time overlooking our colourful garden, in a light, bright but homely atmosphere. Help yourself to cereals, OJ, yoghurts and fresh fruit with warm croissants.

Breakfast Menu

Monday to Friday – 7am – 8.15am
Weekends & bank holidays – 8.30am – 9.30am

Please help yourself to any of the breakfast choice available on the dresser;
Cereals, Orange Juice, Yoghurts, Fresh Fruit or Porridge.

Please choose any one of our breakfasts

Cooked Breakfast
Bacon, Sausage, Egg, Baked Beans, Hash Brown & Grilled Tomato Served with brown or white toast.

Veggie Cooked Breakfast
Mushrooms, Egg, Baked Beans, Hash Brown & Grilled Tomato Served with brown or white toast.

Poached Eggs
On a Cheese Topped Breakfast Muffin.

Heinz Five Beans on toast
Served on Brown or White Buttered Toast.

Cheese Omelette
With Mushrooms or Bacon on the side Served with brown/white toast.

Or for something a little sweeter

Warm Toasted Croissant
3 Scotch Pancakes with Maple Syrup
2 Belgian Waffles with Banana and Honey

For anything else please ask and we will gladly help, we can cater for most dietary needs given a little notice

If you would like a breakfast before our breakfast times, we can arrange an early bird continental breakfast for you to be left in the dining room to have at your convenience.

About Plymouth


An Important Centre of England’s Maritime History
Plymouth is renowned as the starting point for many historic voyages. The Pilgrim Fathers set out from the Barbican’s Mayflower Steps for America; Sir Francis Drake played his famous game of bowls on Plymouth Hoe before sailing off to defeat the Spanish Armada. Sir Francis Chichester began and ended his first solo circumnavigation of the globe from the city; Captain Cook and Charles Darwin embarked from the busy harbour to explore the southern oceans. The Royal William Yard attests to the importance of Plymouth to Great Britain’s seafaring and navigation.

A Desirable Destination
Spectacular sea views from Plymouth Hoe and the Barbican make this waterfront city one of Britain’s most beautiful locations. Plymouth nestles between Dartmoor National Park and the Atlantic Ocean. A mild climate and open green areas make Plymouth one of the best city environments in the UK. The city’s low crime rates, vibrant waterfront nightlife and friendly locals make it a desirable place to visit or live. For those with onward destinations, Brittany Ferries depart for France from Millbay.

Heritage and Culture
Smeaton’s Tower, an operational lighthouse in the 18th and 19th centuries and rebuilt on the Hoe, is Plymouth’s most photographed icon. Standing at its base and looking west, you glimpse the rolling hills of Mount Edgecombe Country Park with its historic house and garden. A short stroll behind you are the Theatre Royal and Plymouth Pavilions, featuring live performances. Near by are the Aquarium, City Museum & Art Gallery, and The House, Plymouth University’s new performing arts centre.

Shopping & Dining
Plymouth is the biggest city in Devon and has the largest number of businesses and shops in the region. The city centre has a three-story indoor mall, a wide range of shops and large department stores, and a city market. Plymouth Barbican is a great source of the unusual – shoppers can browse through a variety of independent businesses, including antique shops and art galleries. Afterwards, enjoy a drink or a meal in one of the Barbican’s many ‘al fresco’ venues, offering views across the Marina.

Contact us

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The Phantele Guest House

The Phantele B&B

176 Devonport Road

Telephone: +44 (0)1752 561506
FAX: +44 (0)872 1104601
E-mail: bookings@thephantele.co.uk