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Kerry
Kerry
October 29, 2020
45mins drive from Downderry.
Fiona
Fiona
August 14, 2020
Only a short drive away the city of Plymouth offers you sight of the sea, with many cafes and restaurants on the Hoe to enjoy. Next door is the historic Barbican and Mayflower Steps, with many shops and cafes and bars, as well as the Marine Aquarium. A great venue to entertain the children on a wet…
Jayne
Jayne
July 22, 2020
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…
Elaine
Elaine
November 25, 2019
Plymouth Hoe, referred to locally as the Hoe, is a large south-facing open public space in the English coastal city of Plymouth. The Hoe is adjacent to and above the low limestone cliffs that form the seafront and it commands views of Plymouth Sound, Drake's Island, and across the Hamoaze to Mount…
Elaine
Elaine
November 4, 2019
The Mayflower Ceremony will be a inspiring civic event in Plymouth commemorating the Mayflower’s journey, legacy and the four nations connected to the story. It will take place on the 16th of September 2020, the anniversary date of the ship’s departure from the UK to the US. Communities across the…

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Nachbarschaft
“ Barbican is an energetic waterside area where you will find many attractions like Fine restaurants , shops , Gin Distillery, Barbican Theatre , retail art Galleries, National Aquarium etc. The historical side of Barbican is the cobblestone lanes and containing 100 listed buildings and full of the architecture of a historic fishing port . Only a few parts of the city with buildings escape from the destruction of The Blitz during the second world war. If you enjoy history, why not explore Elizabethan House in New Street and discover and explore what a basic B&B would have been like back then -very minimal and not much else . It was built just before 1600 , mostly likely built by businessmen, shop owners for rental purposes and if they have families they would live near their boats and businesses as at that time the Barbican was busy and bustling.”
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Restaurant
“Kuku is our go to restaurant for asian fusion cuisine. The food is first class, fresh, vibrant, zingy and presented to you as if it were fine dining. The staff are refreshingly attentive and can guide you through the menu. In fact, our recommendation is to ask the staff what they recommend and just let the evening roll. Their Albariño is sublime and is a perfect match for most of the dishes. You will have a great evening here. ”
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Restaurant
“Friendly, tucked away little gem of a cafe and restaurant at the Mayflower Marina. Friendly staff and good food. Also a great sheltered outside seating area - total suntrap in the right weather! ”
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Café
“Simply the best place for breakfasts. Relaxed atmosphere. BTP cafés are the best in the south west. ”
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Restaurant
“Another Southside Street gem is Quay 33, who pride themselves on their fantastic quality, locally sourced, homemade fresh food. Fish fans will love the great range of menu options, with everything from a classic fish pie to seafood risotto on offer.”
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Plymouth, England PL1 2PJ