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Welcome to Plymouth. Britain’s Ocean City is just waiting to be explored. The location is stunning, stretching from the beautiful coastline of the South Hams in the east to the river Tamar in the west. Plymouth’s waterfront is spectacular! 

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Why Holiday in Plymouth?

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Whether you’re planning a romantic break or a family holiday in Plymouth, this multi-generational city has something for everyone. The sheltered harbour is easily accessible and provides excellent conditions for water sports. This vibrant city has a full calendar of events from world class yacht races and firework extravaganzas, pop concerts and street markets. It’s plain to see why Plymouth is our go to city.

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Places to Eat in Plymouth

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Plymouth has a vibrant dining scene with some excellent independent restaurants, great cafes and traditional pubs. Whether you fancy a pint at the pub, planning a celebration dinner or fish and chips on the Hoe, check out our dining hotspots and soak up the Plymouth food and drink scene.

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Things to do in Plymouth

Stay at one of our Finest holiday homes in Plymouth and discover the amazing attractions right on your doorstep: The National Marine Aquarium (the UK’s largest), the Theatre Royal is brilliant with a calendar of regular pre-West End shows. The Box is Plymouth’s award-winning museum and art gallery. Visit the Hoe with Smeaton’s Tower and the iconic art deco Tinside Lido right on the waterfront. Discover water sports in the sound, wild swimming and rock pooling from the beaches and awe-inspiring moorland walks. Visit Dartmoor Zoo for a walk on the wild side, home of the Hollywood film “We bought a Zoo.” The list is endless, this is just a taster of places to visit in Plymouth!

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