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Plymouth Hoe Plymouth

Description of Plymouth Hoe Plymouth

Plymouth Hoe is a lovely grassed parkland area and a back drop to the Sound, Plymouth's wide sweeping bay. Throughout the summer many events take place on the Hoe and on a nice sunny day people love to sit there and enjoy the views or have a picnic. Or you can have a drink or an icecream from the vendors sitiuated there or in one of the cafe's. This area is also home to several statues and war memorials. One statue is of Sir Francis Drake who famously played bowls on the Hoe before setting sail to defeat the Spanish Armada. Also here is Smeatons Tower, which is the top half of the famous Edistone Light House which was dismantled and re-built here as a tourist attraction. You can go inside it and climb the many steps to the light at the top and a fantastic view of the bay.

Who does Plymouth Hoe Plymouth appeals to?

Anyone can enjoy spending time on the Hoe and the events that take place there.

Why Visit Plymouth Hoe Plymouth?

Lots of things take place on the Hoe from the National Firework Championships, races,concerts, fairs and fetes to classic car exhibitions. The views from here of the bay are stunning. Littered with boats, from tiny sailing dingies to war ships. Tinside Lido an open air Art Deco swimming pool is situated just to the front of The Hoe.

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Seymour Guest House close to Plymouth Hoe Plymouth

Plymouth Hoe Plymouth

Seymour Guest House

The Seymour is a great value quality guest house perfectly situated on Plymouth Hoe. We offer all you need to make your stay enjoyable.