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Plymouth City guide, including Plymouth Hotels

Plymouth is the vibrant regional capital of Devon and Cornwall. It is a
thriving modern city, a historic seafaring port and holiday centre with
something for everyone. When you want to escape the bustle and find a
little peace and quiet, Plymouth is the perfect place to start. With a
unique waterfront ambience and its spirit of the sea, Plymouth
encompasses great local and international cuisine, superb entertainment
and all weather activities throughout the year.

Places of interest:

There is plenty to do for all ages in and around Plymouth. A great
place to start is the Plymouth Dome, where you will learn the history
of the city. Then you can explore the Victorian Crownhill Fort, with
great cannons, underground tunnels, ramparts, barracks and a massive
dry moat. The state-of-the-art National Marine Aquarium is one of the
country's premier tourist attractions, or you can enjoy one of the
other indoor attractions are on offer such as ten pin bowling, laser
games, ice skating or even an indoor beach at the Pavilions Fun Pool.

  • The Merchant's House is where you can learn all about the trading
    that plays a major part in the history of Plymouthís past.

  • Plymouth Dome, sited in front of Plymouth Hoe, overlooks the great
    natural harbour of Plymouth Sound. This high tech interactive visitor
    centre on the Hoe, takes you on an extraordinary journey through the
    fascinating history of this great city.

  • National Marine Aquarium offers a really amazing experience, where
    you are taken on an unforgettable journey through the oceans of the
    world. You will encounter brilliantly coloured fish, delicate seahorses
    and awesome Caribbean Sharks.

  • Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery is the place to experience and
    enjoy engaging exhibitions, fascinating collections, first rate
    services and exciting special events. The City's Art Collections
    includes the nationally designated Cottonian Collection, or you can
    experience what the people of Plymouth do for pleasure in the social
    history displays.

  • The Barbican village is an essential port of call for you during
    your visit. It is a maritime treasure trove. It is where Drake and
    Raleigh once weighed anchor, and today you can find a bustling
    community of specialist shops, restaurants, cafés and
    world-class attractions, all in a picturesque harbour setting.

  • Things to do:

    Plymouth is where the coast and countryside are on the doorstep for you
    to explore. You can take a trip on the Cremyll foot ferry to the
    gardens and parkland of Mount Edgcumbe or visit stately homes like
    Saltram House with its Great Kitchen, Buckland Abbey, once home to Sir
    Francis Drake, or the 20th century Lutyens designed Castle Drogo. A
    train ride on the Tamar valley or South Devon railway, through the
    counties beautiful countryside or a trip up river or across the bay is
    a relaxing way to enjoy the local scenery but if you want excitement
    there are adventure parks at Dobwalls or Woodlands, both offering
    thrills and spills galore. For a more sedate trip the Waterfront
    Walkway, combines modern art with spectacular views. Plymouth, with its
    great natural harbour, is made for those who love the great outdoors;
    and of course for real family fun, nothing beats a sunny day on the
    beach, with a choice of secluded coves, or simply relax on the
    waterfront and enjoy the stunning views across the harbour.

  • Mount Edgcumbe House is the former home of the Earls of Mount
    Edgcumbe. Set in Grade I Cornish Gardens within 865 acres of Country
    Park. It has been restored to the 18th century style, in keeping with
    the furniture and family treasures it holds. Features include paintings
    by Sir Joshua Reynolds, Gerard Edema and William van der Velde, Irish
    Bronze Age horns, 16th century tapestries and 18th century Chinese and
    Plymouth porcelain. The Country Park was the earliest landscaped park
    in Cornwall and comprises of Grade I listed gardens and fifty-five
    other listed structures.

  • Buckland Abbey was originally a small but influential Cistercian
    monastery. The house, incorporating the remains of the 13th-century
    abbey church, has rich associations with Sir Francis Drake and his
    seafaring rival, Sir Richard Grenville. Take a voyage of discovery to
    13th century Buckland Abbey and enjoy the story of this medieval
    monastery, which was uniquely converted into a Tudor home. You can also
    learn about the legendary life of Sir Francis Drake, his
    circumnavigation and the story of the Armada

  • Kingsbridge Cookworthy Museum is where you can discover the story
    of Kingsbridge in their 17th century schoolroom. There is also a
    complete walk - in Victorian kitchen, Edwardian pharmacy and a large
    farm gallery.

  • Buckfast Abbey is a living monastery in the beautiful Dart Valley.
    There is a magnificent Abbey Church, tranquil gardens and three unusual
    shops selling produce from Buckfast and other European Abbeys.

  • Food & Drink:

    When the sun goes down, itís time for the bright lights. International
    cuisine or traditional cooking, fine wine or real ale, itís up to you.

  • Artillery Tower is a most unusual and intimate restaurant. It is
    set facing the sea and is one of the oldest military buildings in
    Plymouth. Initially built to defend the realm, it now houses a fine
    dining-room offering a modern, fresh style of cooking, but with respect
    for traditional stocks, sauces and pastries.

  • Bistro Bené is a licensed waterfront restaurant in the
    Barbican. A haven tucked away in the middle of a bustling city,
    offering a superb choice of mouth-watering dishes in a relaxed,
    charming and intimate atmosphere.

  • Tanners Restaurant is known throughout the region for fine quality
    and attention to every detail. The best of local produce, prepared with
    style and flair, mixed with that special ingredient that only the
    Tanner Brothers are capable of producing. Tanners Restaurant is housed
    in the oldest surviving domestic building in Plymouth, the Prysten

  • Admiral Macbride is close to the Mayflower Steps Memorial and
    reputedly built on the site of the original Steps, the Macbride was
    predominantly a fishing manís pub until the fish market and boats were
    relocated. Now it caters for locals and tourists offering food and for
    most of the day. There is a large main room with a small alcove at one
    end of the bar.

  • Plymouth Hotels & Accommodation:

    From four-star luxury to rustic bed and breakfast, Plymouth and its
    surrounding area has accommodation for all tastes and budgets.

  • Copthorne Hotel Plymouth

  • Best Western Duke of Cornwall Hotel

  • Novotel Plymouth

  • Jewell In Plymouth Hotel

  • Grosvenor Hotel

  • Holiday Inn Plymouth

  • Rosaland Hotel

  • Riviera Hotel

  • Sunray Hotel

  • Moorlands Links Hotel

  • The New Continental

  • Elfordleigh Hotel

  • The Royal Fleet Club

  • Quality Hotel Plymouth

  • Entertainment:

    For an evening out you can choose from a West End preview at the
    Theatre Royal, a concert or comedian at Plymouth Pavilions, or the
    latest blockbuster at one of the multi-screened cinemas. If you prefer
    an active night out there are plenty of dance venues and sporting
    facilities in the local area.

  • The Cooperage is Plymouth's premier venue if you like your music
    live. Located on Plymouth's historic Barbican, the Cooperage has
    recently undergone extensive renovations. Free to enter, there is a
    great atmosphere where you can find a diverse range of music and dance
    on offer.

  • Plymouth Arts Centre has been around for over 50 years, and offers
    some of the best exhibitions by local, national and international
    artists in a dazzling array of mediums. They also show the best
    ground-breaking independent and foreign films in their cinema; and a
    vegetarian restaurant can also be found in the building.

  • The Theatre Royal in Plymouth enjoys a mixed programme of drama
    from pantomime to ballet and also incorporates the Drum Theatre.

  • Whatever you enjoy, it is yours to discover in Plymouth all year round.
    With a strong maritime history and exciting coastline combined with the
    rugged scenery of Dartmoor, this thriving city can keep you enthralled
    for ages.


    Name: Maria Williams
    Biography: Maria writes for Sleep UK - providers of hotels in Plymouth.

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    Name: Maria Williams


    Biography: Maria writes for Sleep UK
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