Located along the idyllic Devon coastline the city of Plymouth is a popular retreat for families and couples alike, with its multitude of places to visit and things to do whatever you are looking for there is sure to be something you’ll enjoy. An active port town Plymouth has lots to offer all year round, so no matter what time of year you make your trip you are bound to want to go back for more. A popular Summer retreat there are many outdoor activities to keep you occupied such as the Tinside Lido open throughout the Summer period if you fancy taking the plunge or for anyone after a more active pursuit there’s plenty of nearby woodland for some long walks or bicycle rides. These might be weather permitting escapes but if you get the chance they are more than worth it.
If you don’t trust the British weather or are heading to Plymouth on a not so sunny day why not take a trip on the Plymouth wheel, perhaps even plan you next move as you look out over the city. Climb Smeaton’s Tower lighthouse and keep an eye out for incoming ships or head under the water with the National Marine Aquarium. Family outings would certainly have it on the itinerary as well as the Dartmoor Zoological Park, children will be amazed how close their furry friends can be.
For anyone heading to Plymouth on a more cultural trail then viewings of the art gallery and City Museum are definitely a must. It is safe to say that Plymouth offers a little something for everyone and a little bit more than you can do in one day, so you may find yourself heading for a return trip or spending a few days at a time there! Hotels in Plymouth If you’ve been in the coastal city of Plymouth all day you can almost guarantee that you haven’t seen all it has to offer so it might be time to think about an overnight trip. There are plenty of hotels to choose from and something to suit any budget, if it’s a last minute decision and there isn’t much money to spare then why not pick a small guest house of which there are plenty dotted all over the city, or a budget hotel such as Premier Inn.
For something city centre based the Jury’s Inn Hotel offers great value and a really central location, great for a starting point when visiting places around the city. With an in house restaurant this hotel is perfect for anyone wanting a nice meal before heading off to bed after a long day exploring the sights and sounds of the city.
For anyone wanting a bit of luxury the Imperial is a modernised Victorian hotel offers top level service in a central location. If you are prepared to pay a bit more for your stay then you are sure to enjoy this hotel with its 5 star service. They not only offer rooms for short stays but if a week is more for you then they also have apartments for up to four people.