Tourist Information

The City of Plymouth has a multitude of interesting places to visit and attractions to see.  The historic Barbican with its picturesque fishing harbour surrounded by cobbled streets and quaint buildings is the old part of Plymouth and here you will find some of plymouth finest restaurants which cater for every taste.  Here in the Barbican you will also find attractions such as the National Marine Aquarium and the Mayflower Centre surrounded by a vast array of bars, cafes and antique, craft and gift shops.

We are only a five minute walk away from the Plymouth Pavilions, and the Theatre Royal and  for those travelling further afield we are located adjacent to the Continental Ferry Port and Brittany Ferries.  We are only a five minute drive to the Torpoint Ferry and the Saltash Bridge (the gateway to Cornwall) and a little further to HMS Raleigh.

For those with a love of the outdoor life the beauty of Dartmoor National Park is only a short drive inland.  Alternatively you could join the South West Coast Path and explore one of the most scenic costal walks in England.

Perhaps you are visiting the region to dive on one of the many wreck, reef or scenic dive sites or even the newly created artificial reef HMS Scylla, if so we can provide secure storage for equipment, drying facilities and packed lunches on request.