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Find a dreamlike accommodation for as little as £21 per night by searching through the 3,281 properties featured in Plymouth. By directly analysing these different offers, HomeToGo highlights the lowest prices as well as the highest rated lettings in Plymouth.
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Price and Availability Index in Plymouth
Holiday Letting Price Information in Plymouth
This graph displays average prices of the holiday cottages and holiday apartments located in Plymouth. Prices reach their highest point in July, when prices are an average of £140 a night (27/07 - 03/08). Plymouth is cheaper during one week in January (26/01 - 02/02), when prices are on average £69 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Plymouth
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in Plymouth (in %). More people travel to Plymouth during a week in December (22/12 - 29/12). So far, 61% of the Plymouth holiday lettings are occupied this week. Conversely, you will find the highest number of available rentals during one week in September (28/09 - 05/10).
The Weather in Plymouth
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month in Plymouth, with average daily maximum temperatures of 22°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 2° in January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Plymouth Holiday Lettings: Be At Home In The United Kingdom
Visit Plymouth, England’s incredible and exciting ocean city. This thriving metropolis on the south coast of Devon, in south western England, is a perfect place to explore during your holiday. Come to this seaside city and be immersed in its outstanding history, culture, art, and cuisine. From its interesting architecture to its unique ocean lifestyle, Plymouth is waiting for you to pay a visit.
Come to Plymouth and choose from a range of outstanding Plymouth holiday homes, located throughout this thriving metropolis. Here you can explore this breathtaking place in your own time while having a fantastic holiday accommodation to come back to at the end of every amazing day.
Journey into Plymouth
The city of Plymouth can be reached by a variety of ways, allowing you to journey to one of the many Plymouth holiday homes conveniently. If you are arriving by air, you will most likely land at the Exeter International Airport, the closest-lying airport to Plymouth. From there you can either choose to use public transport, such as trains, or for more convenience and comfort you can choose a taxi. You even have the opportunity to rent a car at the airport, from which you can drive along the A38 motorway or the longer A386 motorway, which will both lead you directly into the city.
Many people visiting Plymouth may also choose to arrive by ferry, which will take you directly into the city’s port. Numerous ferries depart from locations such as Santander in Spain, and Roscoff and St. Malo in France. Travelling by ferry also gives you the option of bringing your own vehicle along for the trip.
Choose from a variety of transport available to reach your desired destination, such as one of the many Plymouth holiday lettings.
Plymouth and its Cuisine
The city of Plymouth is a wonderful slice of the delicious Devon cuisine. Book from the many Plymouth holiday lettings so you can experience the city’s foods on a daily basis. Plymouth’s traditional gastronomy is highly influenced by the sea and the rural lands surrounding it. Fish, rich meats and dairy products are high on the menu, and dishes incorporating Devon ingredients and recipes can be ordered at a number of traditional restaurants throughout the city. From pasties to puddings, if your interested in trying Devon’s traditional foods, Plymouth has you covered.
If you want to experience something more than the Devon cuisine, Plymouth’s multicultural atmosphere allows you to eat from an international palette, from Japanese to Italian, Plymouth is there to satisfy you of any country’s flavour.
At the end of a fantastic time in the city’s restaurants and eateries, be sure to have chosen from the array of Plymouth holiday lettings so that you have a comfortable place to call home.
Plymouth and its Sights
When you visit the city of Plymouth, be amazed by some of its incredible sights and locations. One of the most famed sights in Plymouth is Smeaton's Tower, the iconic red and white lighthouse located in Plymouth Hoe. While you are visiting this must-see location, experience Plymouth Hoe itself, a large green seaside park open to the public, with stunning historical monuments. If history peaks your interest, then visit Saltram House, an old Tudor house with beautiful classical architecture. Also, see the famed Royal Citadel, a majestic 17th century defensive fortress located near the city’s waterfront.
If the natural world is more to your fancy, remember to visit the National Marine Aquarium, one of the most amazing aquariums in the country with thousands of incredible species swimming by, or even overhead. This place is the United Kingdom’s biggest aquarium and is truly a fantastic sight to behold.
If you simply want to spend a day traversing the waterfront, Plymouth is the place to be. Visit the vibrant Barbican district of town, a historical harbour-front promenade featuring amazing cafés, restaurants and shops.
Whatever you may want to see in this city, stay at one of the many Plymouth holiday lettings, making your visit even easier and more enjoyable.
Plymouth’s Art and Culture
Plymouth’s unique society allows it to have a thriving artistic and cultural scene. If you fancy a night out at the theatre, Plymouth won't disappoint. Visit a range of fantastic performance art venues, including the enormous Theatre Royal of Plymouth, the largest and best attended regional theatre in the United Kingdom. Here you can see shows, from musicals to stand up comedy, every day.
If you are interested in art, remember to visit the fantastic Plymouth City Museum & Art Gallery, a large establishment with displays ranging from ancient Egypt to modern urban art.
After an exciting outing to one of Plymouth’s numerous artistic and cultural events, choose from a variety of Plymouth holiday lettings to come back to.
Explore the coastal town of Plymouth
Fondly referred to as The Hoe by locals, this open public space on Plymouth is home to the landmark Smeaton's Tower and the Navy War Memorial. It's a popular site for festivals, parades, concerts and firework displays.
Located in Dartmoor, a short drive from Plymouth, Burrator Reservoir beckons with its hiking trails that crisscross rivers, waterfalls, brooks and moors. Watch out for the ice-cream van by the dam.
Dismantled and rebuilt on Plymouth Hoe, Smeaton's Tower lighthouse is open for visitors, and involves a steep climb up to the platform with sweeping views over Plymouth.
Plymouth Gin Distillery
Serving Plymouth's tipplers since 1793, the historic Plymouth Gin Distillery offers visitors engaging, fun tours. Take home some Plymouth gin as a memento.
National Marine Aquarium
Located near the Barbican and fish market, the aquarium is a treat for children who love watching the rays and sharks swim by in cleverly-lit tanks.
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