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We’re here to help if you have any questions or would like to reserve a self storage room: call us, chat with us online or use our online contact form to get in touch today. If you decide that you’d like to reserve a room and know how much space you’ll need, you can book online or by phone and there’s no deposit to pay today.
We’ve made some video guides to help you choose the best room size for your needs, and our experienced team is available by phone, online or in store if you’d like some personalised advice on how much space you’ll need for however much you intend to store.
Safestore self storage in Plymouth
Our Plymouth store has storage rooms of all sizes, and they’re all indoors to keep your belongings clean, safe and dry. Our lockers are great for student storage, or for keeping excess household goods like gardening equipment, camping gear or Christmas decorations to reduce clutter at home. Our larger rooms can store anything, including the entire contents of your home if you’re moving house or renovating, or all of your business stock, tools and equipment.
You can come and go as you like during opening hours; we operate a keyfob entry system at this store, and you’ll be the only person who can access your room. There’s a carpark for our customers, and some of our rooms have drive up access and loading bays, ideal for larger loads.
Plymouth is a port city with a history dating back to the Bronze Age. It’s where the Pilgrim Fathers boarded the Mayflower to set forth on their journey to the New World; it was also home to Scott of the Antarctic, Charles Darwin, and Sir Frances Drake, so it has certainly seen its fair share of adventurers in the past.
As for modern Plymouth, local residents and visitors are very fortunate to live in a city where there is so much to see and do. Shoppers can access big high street names in Drake Circus, or independent shops, eateries and stalls at Plymouth Market in the city’s West End. Plymouth Sound is a geologist’s dream come true, but anyone who wants to take in breath-taking views and some bracing sea air can enjoy a day walking along this section of the coast. You can’t really live that close to the sea and not want to do some water-based activities, so head over to the Mount Batten Centre for kayaking, canoeing and sailing, or Aquanauts Dive Centre for something a little deeper!
There are also regular events to keep locals and tourists entertained, including the Pirates Weekend in May (two tall ships visit the harbour and there are pirate-themed events throughout the weekend), Armed Forces Day in June (complete with a visit by the Red Arrows), and the incredible British Fireworks Championships in August.