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Plymouth Hoe

Barbican, Plymouth PL1 2PA, England
+44 1752 304849
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Barbican, Plymouth PL1 2PA, England
+44 1752 304849
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Fond childhood memories of sitting on my father's tummy eating a peach were slightly spoilt as MTV Crashes had taken over. Still had a lovely walk, cider overlooking the bay and then onto the Barbican for food and drinks before a concert at the Pavillions

Thank janey372
Reviewed yesterday

Plymouth Hoe is the southern area of the city, facing out onto the Sound, and is a bit of a must if you are in Plymouth. It has several local tourist attractions, particularly Smeaton's Tower, Tineside Lido, the Citadel, and the war memorials, and a...More

Thank ihaveshoos
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A very sprawling city but lovely in the Barbican area. Good atmosphere and a word of praise for the taxi drivers. I thought their prices were very reasonable,certainly compared to where I live in Cardiff. And they actually talk to you!

Thank 505Paul505
Reviewed 3 days ago

worth a walk around as views spectacular, great restaurants to found overlooking water and lido is fun too, laze on the grass enjoying the view or climbing the lighthouse

Thank Ian A
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Most of the world knows how to use plastic to pay for things, but not the coffee bar on The Hoe. "Cash only, under £5" is like so yesterday. Plymouth has a wonderful natural setting, but some of its traders need to get with it.

Thank Roy and Sarah C
Reviewed 5 days ago

A great place to learn about some of the local history. The lighthouse is a beautiful backdrop to the statues and water. Since this is one of the many tourist attractions in the city I did not feel unsafe, but venture a little further away...More

Thank Wendy D
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is an outstanding area. The views across the sound are simply awe inspiring. A huge amount of space with a selection of cafe's and other eateries. The monument to the fallen provides a poignant reminder of the sacrifice of the heroic efforts of those...More

Thank Neil576
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is a lovely place to walk around and take many photos of the great views, you could take a picnic and sit on one of the many grassed areas

Thank foxylaide
Reviewed 1 week ago

I love a trip to the Hoe when I'm in Plymouth beautiful scenery calm spot even on busy days with lots of interesting things to see and read about not forgetting a trip up Smeatons tower the old lighthouse the a leisurely stroll down to...More

Thank Marion C
Reviewed 1 week ago

So lovely and relaxing; we really wished we could have spent more time there. The parkland and views are exceptional.

Thank canamandi
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1 July 2017|
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Response from sjcarter47 | Reviewed this property |
The Hoe doesn't tend to attract yobs, we are quite lucky living in Devon. Simon
Lorraine B
17 July 2016|
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Response from JussiSJ | Reviewed this property |
No. Unless you end up in a local bar or ice cream parlor.
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Aya K
30 January 2016|
Response from Robert B | Reviewed this property |
No simple answer! The sort of accommodation you book depends on how many persons are coming, how long they are staying, and the time of year. Prices may range from £40.00 to £300.00 per booking per person/room, but I am NOT... More