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I was staying close by for work and came out for a walk after breakfast. It's a nice walk with good views across the water. Great to see a bit of local (and national history). I was here in October and it was nice enough...More
Plymouth Hoe is served by a runway long esplanade running East West and is backed by a very neat and colourful park and recreation area along which are monuments to the fallen of all our armed services. The hoe is reputed to be where Sir...More
What a lovely place to take a leisurely walk, the views across Plymouth sound are amazing , walking past the Citadel with its massive walls, flowerbeds dying down as the weather turns colder, stop for a hot drink in the many restaurants/ cafes along the...More
Whatever time of year it is there is lots of interest in the area ,the weather ,time of day ,tides and people ,,,
The area for walking or / and driving to sightsee is superb ,the Hoe itself the Promenade,Smeatons Tower ,Drakes Island also several...More
We had the misfortune to have to stay in the Crowne Plaza Hotel a short walk from the Hoe, and spoke to a number of older couples who had attempted an evening stroll along what was once a lovely promenade with views over Plymouth Sound....More
I love the Hoe!
Great place, great views, people enjoying themselves, plenty of activity. Ice cream vans.
What more could you ask for?
Please can we have some picnic tables? Screw them to the floor! Not on the actual prom but the grass areas.
Response from madimoomoo | Reviewed this property |
I would advise to stay away from the Hoe! They have fairground rides etc. You can view the fireworks from mountbatton, devils point or jennycliff. Wherever you choose to go, get there early, it gets very busy x