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Spent three days in Plymouth last week and visited the "hoe" everyday with my two dogs. Each day I discovered some thing new and the views were just outstanding. Great place to sit and think, or talk to other dog walkers (who all picked up...More
Stayed in the crowne plaza overlooking the Hoe.Lovely view over the bay. Bet its great place in the summer months. Last time here was in approx 1994 ish when Radio 1 had there road show on the Hoe
Anyone remember if i got the year...More
Full of history, with memorials commemorating past Wars and Events.
Stunning views across the waters, and out to sea. Have spent many hours walking on the Hoe, very relaxing. Just watch for windy days! :-)
If you want a wealth of history and stunning views then this is the place to visit in the south west. History links Drake and the Spanish Armada - where Sir Francis Drake sank the Spanish Armada of the coast of Plymouth; then there is...More
Full of history with so many memorials going back to Sir Francis Drake and of course the huge war memorial . The view out across the water across Plymouth sound out to the breakwater is stunning . A short but pleasant walk along the front...More
Response from madimoomoo | Reviewed this property |
I would advise to stay away from the Hoe! They have fairground rides etc. You can view the fireworks from mountbatton, devils point or jennycliff. Wherever you choose to go, get there early, it gets very busy x