Local Area

Rivage overlooks one of the world’s greatest natural harbours - and it is this spectacular waterfront that is ensuring Plymouth is fast becoming one of Europe's top coastal cities.

An extensive maritime heritage, combined with a lively cultural scene, ensures the city offers a wealth of things to see and do – from popular cafes and bars through to historical monuments and art galleries.

Boasting the region's top theatre (Theatre Royal Plymouth), the renowned National Marine Aquarium, a modern shopping mall and a growing number of celebrity chef-owned restaurants, it is no wonder Plymouth is attracting international attention.

The newly opened Rhodes@The Dome, which benefits from the experience of renowned chef Gary Rhodes, is just steps away from Rivage; and the historical Barbican just a brief walk with its varied selection of shops and restaurants. Just in case this isn't enough to keep you occupied, all of the conveniences of the city centre are just ten minutes away.

For those wanting to explore a little further afield, Plymouth is ideally located on the borders of Devon and Cornwall, providing an astounding 350km of beautiful coastline just waiting to be explored. And if exploring isn't your thing, why not sit back and relax on one of its 400 beaches instead!

Transport links:

Plymouth is easily accessible by sea, land and air. The city's intercity main line railway station is just ten minutes from the development and the road networks have recently seen substantial investment.

The city's ferry port is just a short distance from Rivage and an international airport is just 45 miles away in the nearby city of Exeter.