Bistrot Pierre, the French restaurant group backed by Livingbridge, has announced plans to open a hotel in Royal William Yard, Plymouth, in collaboration with award winning regeneration company Urban Splash.
Bistrot Pierre Rooms will open late 2017 in Residence One, a beautiful Grade 1 listed Admirals House on The Green. The interiors will be designed by Jackie Gillespie, of award-winning Devon based Gillespie Yunnie Architects, who was the lead architect on Royal William Yard.
Guests staying in one of the 14 stylish yet simply appointed rooms will be able to enjoy the building’s authentic Georgian features and views of its magical walled garden, which boasts incredible views across the majestic Plymouth Sound. An authentic French bistrot breakfast will be available just a short stroll across the lawn at Bistrot Pierre itself.
The Plymouth Bistrot Pierre restaurant opened three years ago to widespread acclaim and became hugely popular for its freshly cooked, good value, French food, served in a stylish, convivial Bistrot ambiance. It is one of the most successful bistrots in the Bistrot Pierre family.
Rob Beacham, director at Bistrot Pierre, said: “We are really excited about the opportunity to open Bistrot Pierre Rooms in Plymouth. It’s a model that’s worked well for us elsewhere and The Yard is such a stunning place and so successful for us, it felt like the natural next step.”