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Jayne’s guidebook

Jayne

Jayne’s guidebook

Local Favourites in just 5 minutes walk ...
Places to eat, drink, walk & sightsee - local favourites❤️
Once the jewel in Plymouth’s Naval Crown these iconic Grade I listed buildings have been brought back to life and thrive today as home to apartments, eateries and a thriving art scene. Voted in the top 500 places to visit in UK ... it’s on your doorstep!
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Royal William Yard Harbour
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Once the jewel in Plymouth’s Naval Crown these iconic Grade I listed buildings have been brought back to life and thrive today as home to apartments, eateries and a thriving art scene. Voted in the top 500 places to visit in UK ... it’s on your doorstep!
Food scene
Book early to secure a table at this excellent Michelin starred restaurant where the food is delicious and the service is second to none. It's just 3 minutes walk away too - no need for a taxi! Eat with the locals.
The Fig Tree @ 36
36 Admiralty Street
Book early to secure a table at this excellent Michelin starred restaurant where the food is delicious and the service is second to none. It's just 3 minutes walk away too - no need for a taxi! Eat with the locals.
Emma, Jack, George and the team will be waiting to welcome you to their coffee haven situated just outside the entrance to the Royal William Yard. Perfect for coffee and a freshly cooked cake, or a light lunch.
The Hutong Cafe
160 Cremyll St
Emma, Jack, George and the team will be waiting to welcome you to their coffee haven situated just outside the entrance to the Royal William Yard. Perfect for coffee and a freshly cooked cake, or a light lunch.
This is a cool place to visit whilst on a wander around the historic Royal William Yard. Not only is the sour dough baked in their own bakery, the dippy eggs are yummy! There's art to buy, exhibitions to see and a range of 'arty' shops around too. Relax in what was once a barrel making workshop ...
Ocean Studios
This is a cool place to visit whilst on a wander around the historic Royal William Yard. Not only is the sour dough baked in their own bakery, the dippy eggs are yummy! There's art to buy, exhibitions to see and a range of 'arty' shops around too. Relax in what was once a barrel making workshop ...
Sightseeing
Plymouth Hoe is a great place to walk, play frisbee or sit and admire the view! Sir Francis Drake was playing bowls here when the Spanish Armada invaded & famous folk have lived in the impressive Victorian houses overlooking the Sound. So much to see & do! Tinside Lido is an outdoor seawater pool from the 1930’s and just a short walk takes you to the Barbican - the original port of Plymouth.
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Hoe Promenade
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Plymouth Hoe is a great place to walk, play frisbee or sit and admire the view! Sir Francis Drake was playing bowls here when the Spanish Armada invaded & famous folk have lived in the impressive Victorian houses overlooking the Sound. So much to see & do! Tinside Lido is an outdoor seawater pool from the 1930’s and just a short walk takes you to the Barbican - the original port of Plymouth.
The Barbican is steeped in history boasting lovely cafes and outside eateries, fresh fish and chips and is home to Plymouth Gin - where every drop is made! It’s also home to the fish market and the largest aquarium in the UK . Walk along the cobbled streets and find something special to remind you of your trip! And don’t forget to visit the oasis of the Elizabethan Gardens!
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Barbican
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The Barbican is steeped in history boasting lovely cafes and outside eateries, fresh fish and chips and is home to Plymouth Gin - where every drop is made! It’s also home to the fish market and the largest aquarium in the UK . Walk along the cobbled streets and find something special to remind you of your trip! And don’t forget to visit the oasis of the Elizabethan Gardens!
You cannot stay in Plymouth and not visit Dartmoor! The highest landmass in England stretches nearly 1000km across Devon and offers spectacular views, excellent walking and lovely little cafes and pubs along the way. Do visit the Clapper bridge in Postbridge, for a great photo shoot Two Bridges Hotel for a delicious afternoon cream tea and Sheepstor for the most spectacular views. There are literally 100s of lovely walks, the National Park Centre in Princetown is great for families and soooo much more. Princetown can be be reached by bus as well as car and offers a great day out for everyone.
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Dartmoor
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You cannot stay in Plymouth and not visit Dartmoor! The highest landmass in England stretches nearly 1000km across Devon and offers spectacular views, excellent walking and lovely little cafes and pubs along the way. Do visit the Clapper bridge in Postbridge, for a great photo shoot Two Bridges Hotel for a delicious afternoon cream tea and Sheepstor for the most spectacular views. There are literally 100s of lovely walks, the National Park Centre in Princetown is great for families and soooo much more. Princetown can be be reached by bus as well as car and offers a great day out for everyone.