Strathmore Hotel

Elliot Street, The Hoe, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 2PR, United Kingdom
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  • Families100
  • Couples75
  • Solo0
  • Business0

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Travel Tips for Plymouth

I don't actually live in...

by tamlandells

I don't actually live in Plymouth but middle of nowwhere near Bude...only thing VT came up with. Favourite memory is sitting on the cliff tops of Widemouth Bay, outside Bude, watching the sun go down having a smoke and eating off the BBQ with friends...then going onto a free party (of which there are many during summer normally on the beaches but have to keep ear to the ground!)...perfect!

When in Plymouth, be sure to...

by Judd

When in Plymouth, be sure to take a side excursion to Dartmoor National Park, the moorlands are excellent for hiking. There are numerous abandoned tin mines, lovely scenery and wild ponies everywhere! Be sure to bring a map, as the area is a bit rugged.
There have been some areas of the park that have recently been closed due to the foot and mouth disease, but most of the park's foot paths have been re-opened. I took this picture just before I reached the actual moor proper, but this can give a little taste of what to expect!

Derry's Clock

by Maeniel

Hidden behind the Theatre Royal on Royal Parade are two things worthy of note. The first is 'The Bank' Public House for liquid refreshment. To refresh historo-cultural senses is Derry's Clock.

One of the oldest clock towers still standing in Devon today, it was donated to the city by one of Plymouths former mayors, William Derry in 1862. Imagine the cost back then!

It's four faces has seen a lot in its time, having survived the bombing of World War II, when all else around it has been damaged or destroyed.

Note the four fountains at the base, near the inscription. Well, there is no water connected, as this was not it's intended spot, and because of this, it was referred to as 'The Four Faced Deciever' in the 19th Century.

The Pool

by Goner

This pool was built in 1935 during the depression to be used by the city of Plymouth. It once lost its popularity and was closed in 1992. The public decided to renovate it in 1998 at the cost of 3.4 million pounds and it reopened in 2005. What a lovely place to swim as you look out on Plymouth's picturesque harbor.

Historical Plymouth

by freya_heaven

Plymouth is the 2nd largest city in the south west after Bristol. Sitting directly on the sea in a beautiful natural harbour, since the city's origins it has been a seafaring town.

Plymouth started as most city's do, a town which gradually edges outwards swallowing up the local villages which are now just areas of the city such as the ancient parish of St Beaudeax and Plymstock.

The main areas of Plymouth which would be of most interest to a visitor would probably be the Olde Worlde Barbican and the historical Hoe with their great history and views.

Plymouth and her surrounding areas have plenty to keep you busy with beautiful beaches, being within a few miles of the beautiful Dartmoor National Park .The wonderful country of Cornwall on Plymouth's doorstep, plus of course the city itself.

Plymouth is still today the number one fishing port in the south west of England. Visit the Mayflower Centre for information on the Plymouth fishing industry and local economy

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