Holiday Log Cabins in Plymouth

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Plymouth Log Cabins

  • Last Minute Cottages - SoundView
  • Plymouth

    SoundView

    Ref: S267546

    Reviews 18

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    Resting in southeast Devon within the South Devon AONB, is the quaint village of Down Thomas, a charming settlement positioned on the Wembury peninsula surrounded by rolling countryside and farmland. This quiet idyllic area provides a delightful...

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Bovisand Lodge Holiday Park
  • Plymouth

    Bovisand Lodge Holiday Park

    Ref: S624196

    3
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    £68

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  • Last Minute Cottages - The Sea Forts Cornwall
  • 3

    Cornwall

    The Sea Forts Cornwall

    Ref: S730463

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    £90

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    Plymouth is a great holiday destination for families and individuals alike. With miles of golden beaches, stunning coastline, and picturesque harbour, Plymouth is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the holiday season. There are plenty of things to do during a holiday in the city, including shopping in the bustling city centre, exploring the National Marine Aquarium and sampling the local food and drink. In the summer months, taking a beach stroll and spotting the statue of Sir Francis Drake is a popular activity.

    Holiday lodges and log cabins in Plymouth are becoming increasingly popular among holiday makers, offering the perfect excuse for a breath of fresh air in the countryside. Whether you're looking for a romantic hideaway, a family getaway, or just to get closer to nature, lodges in Plymouth provide an idyllic escape with an abundance of activities on offer. From watersports, golf, fishing and horse riding to simply taking in the stunning views, we've got the perfect log cabin for you to retreat to!

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    Frequent questions

    • Is it worth visiting Plymouth?

      Plymouth, located in southwest England, is certainly worth visiting for its rich history, maritime heritage, and stunning natural surroundings. The city is known for landmarks like the historic Barbican, the National Marine Aquarium, and the beautiful Plymouth Hoe. Additionally, the nearby Dartmoor National Park offers breathtaking landscapes and outdoor activities.

    • What is Plymouth most known for?

      Plymouth is most known for its significant historical role as a major port city in England. It is renowned for being the departure point of the Mayflower ship in 1620, which carried the Pilgrims to the New World. Additionally, Plymouth has a strong maritime heritage and is famous for its association with the Royal Navy.

    • Does Plymouth have a beach?

      Yes, Plymouth does have several beaches. The most popular beach in Plymouth is Plymouth Hoe, which offers a mix of sand and shingle along its waterfront. Additionally, just a short drive away from the city centre, there are beautiful sandy beaches such as Bovisand Beach and Wembury Beach, which are popular among locals and visitors alike.

    • Does Plymouth have a harbour?

      Yes, Plymouth has a significant and historic harbour. The Plymouth Sound serves as a natural harbour and is one of the largest and deepest in the world. It has played a crucial role in Plymouth's maritime history and continues to be a bustling port for commercial, naval, and recreational activities, including fishing, sailing, and ferry services.

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