A beautiful one-bedroom with additional queen sleep-sofa in the heart of historic Plymouth harbor is waiting for you. Not more than 15 yards to the water and a 3-minute walk to the Mayflower and Plymouth Rock, this location couldn’t be better for a vacation rental in Plymouth. Surrounded by a multitude of international restaurants varying from a 1-minute to a ten-minute walk, including a daily-catch seafood market/restaurant across the street on the pier, you’ll never need to go far for breakfast, lunch or dinner. With only a five-minute walk to downtown Plymouth, you’ll find more restaurants, bars, coffee shops and bakeries, as well as clothing and jewelry boutiques, banks, churches and more. And if that’s not enough, the most popular ice cream shop is practically in the backyard!
This lovely apartment on the waterfront is fully furnished, brightly lit with an ocean view, private garden backyard, and one off-street parking place, yet plenty of street parking out front. The bedroom has a queen size bed, dresser, air-conditioner, TV and large closet. The large dining room seats six, has a sitting area, and an ocean view. The kitchen has been fully renovated, redesigned, opened up and is fully equipped including a microwave and dishwasher, the bathroom has a tub and shower, and there is a large storage room with washer/dryer, wall cabinets and big enough to store bicycles and golf clubs. The living room provides a queen-sized sleep sofa, TV with Direct TV, large closet, and can be closed off from the other rooms. WIFI and a crib are available.
This prime location is a 3-5 minute walk to the Mayflower Ship, the Plymouth Rock, Pilgrim Hall Museum, the Plymouth Art Guild, Nelson Park (children’s playground and splash-pad) restaurants, bars, and shops. Across the street on the pier are the Captain John Boats for harbor cruises, deep- sea fishing, whale watching, and Pirate Ship tours for the whole family. At the Mayflower, take a paddle boat ride or a ferry to Provincetown. Adjacent to that ice cream shop next to the back yard join the infamous ghost tours of Plymouth, and you’ll also find Lantern and Native American tours in town as well. Plymouth boasts 11 golf courses all within ten miles, tennis courts ten minutes down the road, water sports, cycling, swimming at Long Beach and Morton Park, bird watching, parks for picnics, summer concerts and festivals, and if that isn’t enough, take a 5 minute drive to the Living Museum at the Plymouth Plantation, or a 45-minute bus or car ride to Boston and only 20-minutes to Cape Cod. There is live music and evening entertainment, wine tours, antiquing, but if you want some meditative moments take a walk on the ¼ mile jetty overlooking the bay on one side and the Plymouth waterfront on the other, or relax in Brewster Garden down the street.