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This place is great for young and old. You can walk up to smeaton tower. The children can run,bike etc up near the tower and there is plenty of area to sit down. Lots of coffee shops around.
The best place to get ice cream...More
Travelled on the 25 bus from the Royal Parade that took us on a circular trip which included the Hoe.we were able to hop on and hop off the bus at various points. Although it was November we were able to stroll along the front...More
I woke up it every weekend with my friends but there is human faeces everywhere you look and dog poo it is a very bad for Plymouth Council not to clean up and when you go down for a walk on the promenade there is...More
A well maintained park complete with Naval Command War Memorial and other notable statues and sensory garden. A number of catering establishments in the area and public toilets available. The Hoe is used for a variety of events including Rallys and Graduation ceremony for Plymouth...More
Plymouth Hoe, is a lovely spot for a walk along the promenade overlooking beautiful Plymouth sound, there are a few cafe/restaurants along the sea front, a nice park for children(West Hoe pk) and a lovely Lido to use in the summer. You can walk down...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