Short Breaks from Plymouth Reviews
Description:Ever needed to just get away, but you can't go for too long? Please tell us about your short breaks away (e.g. day ... more
Newest Review: ... worth seeing, but I thought I'd mention the ferry to prove I'd been there and not copying this from a book and to give you an alternative. One ends up not more than about 15 miles from some lovely seaside towns of which I will mention three. The first is Looe, which is basically split into two, East and West by the river. What I like about all the places in Cornwall I have been to ... more
Customer Short Breaks from Plymouth Reviews (1)
by - written on 06/06/01, updated on 18/03/02 (Very useful, 228 readings)
Although Plymouth is a nice town with lots to do and see with many historical associations, my personal feeling is that it is too big if one is on holiday. There are two JD Wetherspoon pubs there and I was not able to find one of them, so that didn't increase my enthusiasm to stay there!! Here then is my light hearted guide of short breaks to get away from Plymouth. The first thought that crosses my mind is to head North for Dartmoor. This is such a huge and unspoiled part of the country where one is able to see many animals in their natural environment such as ponies, sheep and horses, and the added advantage is that the scenery is stunning. For an ... Read the complete review
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