Plymouth Cottages

Plymouth, steeped in maritime history and brimming with contemporary charm, beckons holidaymakers with a unique blend of past and present. This South Devon coastal city boasts a rich tapestry of heritage, evident in landmarks like the Mayflower Steps, commemorating the historic voyage to America, and the Royal William Yard, a former naval yard now transformed into a hub of art, culture, and dining. Its vibrant waterfront offers an array of activities, from leisurely strolls along the Barbican's cobbled streets, adorned with quirky shops and cosy pubs, to exploring the National Marine Aquarium, home to fascinating sea creatures. Our Plymouth holiday cottages are situated in all the right locations. From coastal to city centre we have a holiday cottage for you. Nature lovers are drawn to Plymouth Hoe, a scenic green space overlooking the sea, perfect for picnics with panoramic views. With a burgeoning arts scene, a diverse culinary landscape, and its pivotal role in maritime history, Plymouth invites exploration, promising a captivating journey through time and culture in a vibrant coastal setting. Tempted for a seaside getaway? Search our Plymouth cottages for inspiration.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our holiday cottages in Plymouth

This historic port city in South Devon offers a fascinating blend of maritime heritage, cultural attractions, and natural beauty. Take a boat trip to explore Plymouth Sound, a natural harbour known for its maritime significance. Boat tours also offer the chance to see marine life and enjoy coastal views. With the largest collection of self-catering accommodation in Devon, we have the perfect home away from home for you.

Here are the top five things to see and do in our holiday cottages in Plymouth:

Visit the Mayflower Steps and Plymouth Hoe

Visit the Mayflower Steps, where the Pilgrims are believed to have boarded the Mayflower in 1620, setting sail for the New World. Nearby, explore Plymouth Hoe, a spacious public area with stunning views of the sea and iconic landmarks.

Wander through Royal William Yard

Wander through this former naval yard turned trendy precinct, featuring artisanal shops, galleries, restaurants housed in historic buildings, offering a mix of culture and cuisine.

Plymouth Gin Distillery Tour

Embark on a guided tour of the historic distillery, learning about the art of gin-making and tasting Plymouth's famous spirit, steeped in centuries of tradition.

Join a Graffiti Tour

Join a guided tour to discover Plymouth's vibrant street art scene, exploring colorful murals and hidden graffiti gems across the city, showcasing local and international artists' works.

Visit the Royal Citadel and Smeaton's Tower

Visit the Royal Citadel, an impressive fortress dating back to the 17th century, climb this iconic lighthouse, now a museum, for panoramic views of Plymouth Sound and the city, offering a quirky perspective on maritime history and coastal vistas.

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