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All reviews war memorial sir francis drake smeatons tower drakes island sea front open space spanish armada sunny day light house fantastic views watch the world eddystone lighthouse ice cream vans steeped in history lovely walk city centre lovely place
Iconic place to visit and see Drake's bowling green and his statue. Also Smeaton's lighthouse and the naval memorial. Next to the citadel too. Great views out over Plymouth Sound and over Plymouth itself. Well worth a walk up to it along the sea front.
So nice to explore without masses of people. It was very cold but quiet. Enjoyed the panoramic views from the Hoe. The lido was full of dirty water but will be cleaned up for the season. We didn't go up the lighthouse.save that for a...More
On a sunny day, there is no place better.
Beautiful sea views, ships, boat trips, historic monuments and buildings, lighthouse, citadel, picnic area, cafes, ice cream vans, kids play area, lots of parking, the sea for free swimming or a lovely lido ...... what’s not...More
The views from Plymouth Hoe are amazing. The story goes that Sir Francis Drake (his statue stands here) was playing bowls. He was told the Spanish ships were approaching the Hoe. Drake answers I see no chips, he needs to go to spec savers. Carried...More
A site well worth visiting. Steeped in history it presents one of the best views in Plymouth.
The Sound buzzes with marine activity plus there are many cliff side cafes where one can view all that goes on.
Five minutes away is the Barbican dockside;...More
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