Welcome to one of southern England’s liveliest cities. Plymouth is a spectacular town that will delight all visitors with its bustling city centre, gorgeous historical quarter and great cultural offer that are simply begging to be discovered. Not just a pretty city, Plymouth’s surrounding countryside is home to endless jade fields, quiet walking trails that give way to quaint towns and great beaches to please the most demanding nature lovers. Those keen to experience some of the local culture will not be disappointed as Plymouth has many striking historical buildings and family-friendly attractions such as the Elizabethan Gardens, an oasis of calm amidst the busy city streets, or the Royal Citadel, a 17th century fortress built to protect the Plymouth shores from invading armies. The city is never dull, with countless cultural festivals throughout the year such as the Port of Plymouth Regatta, Bonfire Night with glistening fireworks and a fairground, or Plymouth Pirate Weekend that will delight children and adults alike.
Renting holiday accommodation in Plymouth
A holiday apartment in Plymouth will ensure that you will be able to explore the region like a local. The city, while dynamic and packed with activities, remains largely unspoilt by tourism and hotels can be bleak and without character. Renting holiday accommodation in Plymouth is the surest way for you to discover the best that this wonderful town that to offer and interact with the local community. Whether you prefer an apartment in city centre or perhaps a cottage in the beautiful outskirts, finding a holiday rental with HouseTrip will make an already delightful break with your loved ones even more unforgettable.
Where to stay in Plymouth
Plymouth is home to an exceptional gastronomic offer that takes pride in fresh, locally grown produce. A self-catering rental is the best option to make the most of the many farmers’ markets dotted across town and in the surrounding countryside where you can return to your own home away from home and relax with an outdoor barbecue in the milder months or recharge your batteries in your very own lounge during winter after a busy day out and about. If you prefer some urban flavour after a long day shopping or exploring cultural festivals, renting a glamorous loft by the waterfront is the perfect option.
Plymouth with the family
Start your visit with a visit to the Merchants House, a beautifully well-preserved Elizabethan building that houses a museum full of wonders from ages past. Afterwards take a trip to nearby Black Friars Distillery, home to Plymouth Gin and the oldest working gin distillery in England where visitors can take a tour of the plant and enjoy an invigorating snack before heading towards Hoe Park to enjoy a panoramic view over the city from the Wheel of Plymouth, southern England’s impressive answer to the London Eye. If you fancy a bit or rural flavour take a trip to Dartmoor, a stunning adjacent area that is simply ideal for rural tourism with its ancient archeological remains in the form of tors and menhirs, farmlands and magnificent walking trails. Now that you are ready to visit this delightful city, book the perfect family rental at HouseTrip.com where you will find the ideal holiday accommodation.