The property is over a 100 years old. The Firs was turned into a guest house in 1974 and has been trading for 42 years. I believe we are the 5th owners , we purchased the Firs in 2004. Many years ago there were Fir Trees situated by the park Hence that's how The Firs got its name. We have had many Actors and Actress staying over the Years who have been preforming at the Theatre royal. We also have had one of the Doctor who's staying with us, my daughter was absolutely delighted as she is a great fan of Doctor who.
During the second world war Pier street was heavily bombed.
In placement of the houses bombed a Children's park area was built known as West Hoe park and further along there is a children's activity and lovely green space to have a picnic and children's rides.
Set a 5-minute walk from Hoe Park and coast in Plymouth, The Firs Guest House offers classic-style accommodation with a flat-screen TV. Free WiFi is available throughout. Rooms at the Firs Guest House all come with an electric kettle and bathroom with free toiletries. Some bathrooms have a hairdryer. They serve English ,vegetarian and continental breakfast. The guest house is 1.2 miles from Plymouth Train Station. Dartmoor National Park is a 20-minute drive away.