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Historic Plymouth luxury one-day private guided tour from Cornwall
"This tour is for a maximum of 6 people in a luxury Land Rover Discovery. You will be collected from your hotel by your local guide and you will journey to Plymouth where you will step on to the world famous Plymouth Hoe with its panoramic views and stunning historical significance. Hear about Drake and the Armada see Smeatons Tower the iconic lighthouse which once stood on the fearsome Eddystone reef 14 miles offshore as well as numerous other tales of this great seafaring City. You then arrive at the Barbican visiting the Mayflower Steps and museum seeing the Elizabethan House and visiting the place where it is said the Pilgrim fathers had their last meal before setting out for the new world in 1620. Next your guide will drive you to the historic Royal William Yard the stunning collection of grade one listed buildings that used to supply the provisions for the Royal Navy. A short walk visits places of real historic significance including the spot where a voyage once left which changed our whole understanding of the world around. Lunch at one of the many excellent eateries at the RWY (not included). You've got a fantastic choice for the afternoon (subject to availability one of the oldest in the world• Visit of the historic Mount Edgcumbe with its grade one listed landscape and centuries of history and maybe try your hand at divining• Sightseeing trip on Plymouth Sound
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Historic Plymouth luxury one day private guided tour from Devon
"This tour is for a maximum of 6 people in a luxury Land Rover Discovery. You will be collected from your hotel by your local guide and you will journey to Plymouth where you will step on to the world famous Plymouth Hoe with its panoramic views and stunning historical significance. Hear about Drake and the Armada see Smeatons Tower the iconic lighthouse which once stood on the fearsome Eddystone reef 14 miles offshore as well as numerous other tales of this great seafaring City. You then arrive at the Barbican visiting the Mayflower Steps and museum seeing the Elizabethan House and visiting the place where it is said the Pilgrim fathers had their last meal before setting out for the new world in 1620. Next your guide will drive you to the historic Royal William Yard the stunning collection of grade one listed buildings that used to supply the provisions for the Royal Navy. A short walk visits places of real historic significance including the spot where a voyage once left which changed our whole understanding of the world around. Lunch at one of the many excellent eateries at the RWY (not included in the price). You've got a fantastic choice for the afternoon (subject to to be pre-booked). Choose from the following options:• Tour of the historic Naval dockyard including a rare opportunity to go on board a decommissioned nuclear submarine• Guided tour of the Plymouth Gin Distillery
From GBP255.00
 
Plymouth and Dartmoor One day private highlights tour from Cornwall
"This tour is for a maximum of 6 people in a luxury Land Rover Discovery. You will be collected from your hotel by your local guide and you will journey to Plymouth where you will step on to the world famous Plymouth Hoe with its panoramic views and stunning historical significance. Hear about Drake and the Armada see Smeatons Tower the iconic lighthouse which once stood on the fearsome Eddystone reef 14 miles offshore as well as numerous other tales of this great seafaring City. You then arrive at the Barbican visiting the Mayflower Steps and museum seeing the Elizabethan House and visiting the place where it is said the Pilgrim fathers had their last meal before setting out for the new world in 1620.Next your guide will drive you to the historic Royal William Yard the stunning collection of grade one listed buildings that used to supply the provisions for the Royal Navy. A short walk visits places of real historic significance including the spot where a voyage once left which changed the whole understanding of the world. Lunch taken here or en route depending upon your preferences (not included). Set off for Dartmoor and your driver guide will explain the history of th and you will visit one of the famous granite tors
From GBP255.00

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Looe Bakers

Here's a nice shop for you to visit. Plenty of cream cakes and other goodies for the beach, and on the way back to your car, pop in for a takeaway cream tea, consisting of six scones, jam and Cornish...
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East Looe War Memorial

A picture of the War Memorial, which seems to be in a particularly attractive setting, with the Looe River and Bridge as the backdrop. The Quayside Car Park is adjacent, to the left of the photo....
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Car Parking

Looe can get very congested in the peak visitor season, from June until September. If you enter the town from Plymouth or Liskeard direction, as you enter the town limits, on the right is the small...
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Looe Harbour

The Harbour, as far as the Bridge, often presents a busy scene, with several vessels loading or discharging simultaneously. In the not too distant past it was not unusual to find fishing vessels 2wo...
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Local Shops

Unlike many seaside towns, Looe does have an attractive collection of shops. Many, of course, are of the gift and novelty kind, with 'Kiss me Quick' type hats, but there are many attractive shops too....
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West Looe Quayside

West Looe is not that picturesque, but it still has a wonderful quayside, where one may wander and stare across the Looe River at the enchanting sights of East Looe. Above the quayside you will find...
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Above the Bridge

Above the Bridge the valley widens, and the waters, calm and placid, have the appearance of a lake. This feature is generally supposed to have imparted its name to the town; for the Cornish Looe has a...
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Looe Pier

To the right of the beach is the stone pier, known from its shape as the 'Banjo,' which forms a breakwater and eastern arm of the harbour entrance. The Banjo provides an agreeable lounge and look-out....
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And So To The Beach

The beach at East Looe is particularly fine, with soft, golden sand. However, it isn't really that large, particularly when the tide is on its way in, and there are hundreds of holidaymakers looking...
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Interesting Buildings, Old and New.

Looe is one of those quaint old towns where the old and interesting buildings are to be found amongst the more modern shops and other small buisnesses. Of special note is the Old Guildhall, with its...
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Lots to see in Looe

A picturesque grantie bridge of seven main arches, widened in 1960, crosses the harbour and connects the two towns, incidentally providing a superb view, both up and down the river. A hundred yards...
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The Beach

Another picture of Looe's beach, because surely that's one of the reasons for coming here? The coastline in the distance is running up towards Plymouth, some 15 miles away.
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The Modern Guildhall

Between the Bridge and the Old Guildhall stands the 'modern' Guildhall, with its charming clock tower, built in Victorian times, and now referred to as the Town Hall.
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East Looe

A picture of the East Looe Quayside, from the bridge. You will notice the fishing boats alongside, and the imposing 'modern' Town Hall, with its tower and clock.
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Wander the Streets

The streets of East Looe are lovely places to wander round,,window shopping, eating in cafes or drinking in pubs plenty of choice. In the Guildhall is a market with a wide range of goods at...
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Looe museum

Looe Museum is situated in the old Guildhall building and Gaol in Higher Market street East Looe. The Old Guildhall first opened 566 years ago in 1450. I think admission is about £2. The prison cells...
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Fishing trips

This picture shows how much choice you have to go on a fishing trip .times boats what kind of trip. I saw a least two glass bottom boats.==There is a lovely beach in Looe.==The word...
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"East and West Looe Cornwall England."
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