The Dolphin House Brazzerie is a lovely little stylish restaurant just around the corner from the main Barbican, overlooking Sutton Harbour.
Wonderful food and excellent service. Good selection of vegetarian dishes and they said they can cater for gluten-free diets.
Well worth a visit.
This is a country house hotel, ideally situated if you have to catch a morning ferry from Plymouth. We stayed two nights for a family wedding and the food was excellent. The highlight however was the breakfast, the full English of course. Tasty sausages, organic eggs and properly cured bacon are all sourced locally. The breakfast was the best we've eaten anywhere and my husband is very fussy about his sausages! Excellent bread, a plethora of cereals and pastries and friendly service. The hotel isn't large - the term boutique springs to mind - and is set in pretty gardens close to the village of Plympton St Maurice. Apparently it was once a nunnery.
For one of the best outdoor pools in cities, you can't beat the Tinside Lido in Plymouth. Beautifully & lovingly restored. A place for all ages to enjoy a swim, have a lazy relaxing time, as well as, meet and make new friends. It has those beautiful Art Deco lines you would expect and so much more. A must see sight for swimmers and Art Deco lovers alike.
Hoe Road, Plymouth, PL1 3DE
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