Accommodation in the Plymouth Area
Bed and Breakfast
- Edgcumbe Guest House
Offering superb bed and breakfast accommodation in lovely surroundings, Edgcumbe is a stone’s throw away from the picturesque Plymouth Hoe waterfront. Ensuite rooms, breakfasts are freshly cooked to order using the finest ingredients, parking is readily available and there is free unlimited Wi-Fi throughout the house.
Cottages and Apartments
- Hilly Field Barn
Set amid peaceful, rolling farmland, within the grounds of the owners’ property and close to the western edge of Dartmoor, Hilly Field Barn is a recent, high quality conversion of a 200 year old stone ‘linhay’. It is perfectly located for exploring this lovely part of Devon with the River Tavy just below, the moor just a few minutes away on foot, and superb walks and rides all around. Sleeps 2 + cot.
Holiday, Touring and Camping Parks
- Dartmoor Country Holidays at Magpie Leisure Park
Scandinavian wooden lodges and a touring caravan and camping site located on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park in an area of outstanding natural beauty. All our lodges are purpose-built and are carefully sited to blend with the natural beauty of the surroundings. Lodges sleep 2-7. Our small select touring park is flat, level and grassy.
- Whitsand Bay Fort, Torpoint
A premier holiday centre on the Rame Peninsula, near the historic maritime city of Plymouth, just across Devon’s border with Cornwall. This spectacular coastline setting overlooks the sandy beaches of Whitsand Bay and more: imagine a view from the deck of your holiday lodge with sea, country, city and moorland laid out before you. Hard standings, sheltered fully-serviced super pitches and seasonal pitches available.
- Cheston Caravan & Camping Park
Set in Dartmoor National Park, this is an immaculately maintained, family-run camping and caravanning site , with all facilities. Perfect for Touring, Walking, Horseriding, Beaches, Birdwatching, Fishing, Leisure Centre. Open March – October.
- Plymouth Ski Centre
Dry ski slope with lessons and activities ideal for all levels of skiers and snow boarders from beginners to advanced. Situated with spectacular views over the Plym Valley, Plymouth Ski Centre boasts three slopes and two ski lifts. 01752 600220
- Crownhill Fort
Plymouth’s Best Kept Secret – Most people hardly notice Crownhill Fort as they go past, it is so well hidden from the outside world, and that was exactly the intention when it was built in the 1860s. With massive earth ramparts, hidden gun emplacements and tunnels, it was built to protect Plymouth and is now in the care of the Landmark Trust. Displays, live gun firing some weekends. 01752 793754
- National Marine Aquarium
Enjoy a spectacular underwater journey through streams, rivers, shorelines, reefs and oceans. Stand in awe in front of some of the largest and most spectacular underwater displays in Europe. State-of-the-art setting for fascinating journey through the oceans of the world, including a close encounter with Caribbean Sharks. Open daily. 01752 600301
- Dartmoor Wildlife Park
Near Ivybridge. Big cats, birds of prey and seals. Includes the Westcountry Falconry Centre with twice daily flyings and large static displays.
- Dinnaton Golf & Country Club
A demanding 9 hole course set within Dartmoor National Park with exhilarating views of the South Hams.
- Elfordleigh Hotel Golf & Leisure
Our established 18 hole parkland layout has now matured into a genuine test to all level of golfer, with the plantations now in play resulting in the course offering the challenge the designer wished for.
- St Mellion International Resort near Plymouth
Saltash and Rame Peninsula
Set in 450 acres of stunning Cornish countryside, St Mellion International Resort is the leading venue for golf and the perfect destination for both business and pleasure.
- Boringdon Park Golf Club
Boringdon Park golf course is set in 400 acres of panoramic parkland overlooking Dartmoor and the Plym Estuary.
- Yelverton Golf Club
A delightful moorland course, designed by Herbert Fowler, who used the old mine working as natural hazards to challenge golfers of all standards. It has outstanding views across Dartmoor and over Cornwall and is a very natural course, with Dartmoor ponies and cattle sharing the fairways.
- Sparkwell Golf Club
This golf course is known in the area, for its great yearly condition and its tough and demanding test. The golf course is home to many trees much older than the house itself which makes it very demanding to golfers of every level. The course length is 2886 yards Par 68 SSS 68.
- Staddon Heights Golf Club
Staddon Heights Golf Club was established in 1904 and, over the years, it has matured into a course that offers players of all standards a challenging, enjoyable and memorable experience.
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