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Trinity Mews

Elliot Terrace

Splendid building in unrivalled location

Plymouth Attractions

Head to the Hoe: On your doorstep, you can marvel at one of the most beautiful natural harbours in the world and absorb 400 years of history at the award winning Plymouth Dome.

Step back in time to the Barbican & Maritime History. A maze of intricate narrow streets, and fine examples of Tudor buildings, many of them now shops, restaurants and pubs. 

Bottoms up with Plymouth Gin. Enjoy a tour and sample the renowned Plymouth Gin at this historic distillery. 

Get your popcorn and 3D glasses in the Various cinemas and theatres including Warner Village Multiplex cinema, ABC cinemas, Vue – Barbican leisure centre. 

Have a whale of a time at the Marine Aquarium The National Marine Aquarium was the first aquarium in the United Kingdom to be set up solely for the purpose of education, conservation and research. 

On a rainy day check out  the Plymouth City Museum & Art Gallery: This impressive museum houses a wide variety of collections covering the fine and decorative arts, natural history and human history. 

Party in Plymouth; thanks to the myriad of bars and clubs. Being a student city, you are spoilt for choice with vibrant clubs and exotic bars! 

Other things to do also include sailing, marinasScylla divingGolf (St Mellion)football and rugby. Places to visit close by include: Mount Edgcumbe, Saltram, Buckland Abbey, Cotehele. 

The South Hams of South Devon is an area of outstanding natural beauty and contrast with stunning beaches, beautiful river estuaries, rolling hills and thatched cottages surrounding the lovely old towns of Dartmouth, Totnes, Kingsbridge, Salcombe and Modbury and other pretty villages that abound in the South Hams area of South Devon. 

Dartmoor - whether walking and exploring the rugged Dartmoor landscape with its great granite Tors and Dartmoor Ponies, climbing, letterboxing, horse riding, golfing, or just having a very relaxing break. Dartmoor has it, all 368 square miles. 

Cornwall - you could easily mistake the beaches in Cornwall to those in the Caribbean, and the quaint fishing villages to Greek towns. This is where the Devonians go on holiday, must mean something right! The unspoilt coast is ideal for a stroll, picnic and swim in the sea. With the warmest climate in the South, the sun will hopefully be shining warming up the bustling towns such as Newquay or St Ives in the north or Fowey, Polperro and St Mawes in the south of the county.

Why not combine your trip with a visit to the English Riviera – home of Agatha Christie, beautiful Torbay and historic Totnes? See www.plumholidays.co.uk for the pick of coastal locations home and abroad – special deals available for two centre holidays!

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