The red-and-white stripes of Smeaton's Tower rise from the middle of the Plymouth Hoe headland. The whole 70ft structure used to stand...
Francis Drake supposedly spied the Spanish fleet from this grassy headland overlooking Plymouth Sound (the city's wide bay); the bowling...
Expect grandstand water views and a tempting range of Plymouth Gin cocktails (from gimlets and martinis to Singapore Slings) at Gary...
Rhodes @ the Dome
TV chef Gary Rhodes' new eatery boasts a prime site in the middle of the Hoe overlooking Plymouth's vast bay. Dishes are complex, classy...
Hoe Rd · interesting places nearby
Tinside Lido information
Taking a dip at this Jazz Age, open-air swim-spot is an unforgettable experience. Its 1935, art-deco design sees cream curves and light- and dark-blue tiles sweep gracefully out from the foot of the Hoe. Plunge into the chilly saltwater to join the regulars doing laps and the youngsters larking around beside the fountains.