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#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Yelverton
We enjoyed our visit to Buckland Abbey , the property and grounds are stunning, particularly ome garden with beautiful views over fields full of sheep and ba lambs!! The displays inside are interesting with l...
lots of interesting things to see and poke around in in the grounds and the house is full of historic goodies to view such as Drakes drum and the 30 million quids worth of Rembrandt's self portrait, fantastic!!
#2 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Yelverton
Cotehele St Dominick, UK 9.8 km away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in St Dominick
... crafts at the house, artisan craftsmanship, baking, pottery and woodcraft at the mill and some lovely views by the quay ( you can book a river trip check the website) wherever you are children are well catered...
All staff were extremely polite, helpful and informative, offering us advice on the best way to walk around the site in order to visit the mill and quay, containing even more impressive buildings and working machi...
#3 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Yelverton
Climbing up over the Rocks up the waterfall is quite magnificent with views turning round.
#4 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Yelverton
Amazing views from the place, and if you are with kids, they would love to go and play with the clear waters in the stream.
The views from the tor fantastic.
Clapper Bridge Princetown 5.9 km away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Princetown
Good historical site
The water channel is easily findable at the nearby ruined tin settlement at Whiteworks but no explanation of much of Dartmoor's industrial history on site.
Plymouth Synagogue Plymouth, UK 14.1 km away
#1 of 54 Sights & Landmarks in Plymouth
We were treated to homemade kosher cake and tea and coffee before the history of the site was explained.
I can’t believe the ‘disappointed’ view as we had an amazing visit.
Crownhill Fort Plymouth, UK 9.3 km away
#9 of 54 Sights & Landmarks in Plymouth
If you're thinking of getting married and want a magical fabulous day then you really should go to view Crownhill fort as this venue truly is spectacular from start to finish with the most amazing staff I would hi...
Very well 'restored' by the Landmark Trust I believe you can also stay there and the accommodation is beautiful...one of the biggest private kitchens I have ever seen.
Tavistock Trout Fishery Tavistock 7.8 km away
#2 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Tavistock
Wonderful views, very quiet and restful.
Saltram (National Trust) Plymouth, UK 12.9 km away
#6 of 54 Sights & Landmarks in Plymouth
A very interesting house with the usual helpful volunteers in each room, and absolutely gorgeous woodland walk along the river estuary with views towards Plymouth.
Even if you haven't got time to view the house and it's many masterpieces the walks around the grounds are superb and the food and drink facilities are well worth a visit
St Michael de Rupe Church Brentor, UK 13.5 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Brentor
A short stroll up a gentle incline from the car park on a beautiful sunny day to visit the Historic church and enjoy the 360 degree panoramic views over the landscape of west Devon and east Cornwall.
It's a beautiful walk, lovely church, and a stunning view.
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Tavistock Town Hall Tavistock 7.7 km away
#3 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Tavistock
Plymouth Hoe Plymouth, UK 14.2 km away
#3 of 54 Sights & Landmarks in Plymouth
Plymouth Hoe is unique - fabulous views of Devon and Cornwall, lots of nice walks, plenty of places to stay at the range of most budgets, a wide variety of eating places for all tastes and an ever-changing panorama
nice and easy walk from hotels, memorial from first and second world war excellent with all names of casualties, great view of the sea where the A rmada sailed past in the battle with Drake, excellent
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Naval Memorial Plymouth, UK 14.6 km away
#2 of 54 Sights & Landmarks in Plymouth
The monument is situated on Plymouth Hoe an impressive and fitting monument to Naval War Dead it has commanding views overlooking Plymouth sound within easy walking distance to the Barbican area.
Wether searching for loved ones or out of interest and respect, this landmark is a fitting memorial for those loved and lost in the pursuit of our freedom.
#4 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Tavistock
Plym Valley Railway Plymouth, UK 10.8 km away
#8 of 54 Sights & Landmarks in Plymouth
We arrived a little late in the day on a Sunday and everybody working (volunteering) on the site had so much information on the past present and future of the railway that we could have spent an entire day just sa...
Parking is in the adjacent council run car park, entry to the site via a slope
Tamar Valley Donkey Park Gunnislake, UK 11.3 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Gunnislake
There is very little pizzazz, but there are simple, helpful explanatory notices about the various animals, and visitors are handed a plain, but informative, site map and notes.
The Barbican Plymouth, UK 14.2 km away
#4 of 54 Sights & Landmarks in Plymouth
With a selection of excellent pubs and restaurants with many al fresco a la continental, and interesting shops and views of harbour and river estuary, it is a truly magical place.
From the Barbican, you can take a leisurely walk to the Hoe (about 5-10 minutes) and view the whole of Plymouth Sound or visit Smeaton's Tower (lighthouse) and the Lido outdoor swimming pool.
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Morwellham Quay Plymouth, UK 7.8 km away
#22 of 54 Sights & Landmarks in Plymouth
St Michael and All Angels' Church Princetown 8.8 km away
#3 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Princetown
St. Andrew's Church Plymouth, UK 14.1 km away
#7 of 54 Sights & Landmarks in Plymouth
A charming example of good architecture to create a feeling of comforting welcome, even if you do not hold strong religious views.
Smeaton's Tower Plymouth, UK 14.7 km away
#5 of 54 Sights & Landmarks in Plymouth
... as there are lots of steps to climb but you are rewarded with a glimpse into the life of a Lighthouse keeper and if you have a head for heights, it's well worth climbing to the top as the views are stunning.
We go up the Smeaton's tower whenever we go to Plymouth, the view is fantastic; there are also interesting informations in the tower and the price is reasonable.The staff is really friendly
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