A great way to spend your spare time this summer is the great Dartmoor otter hunt. How many can you find?
If you have never been to Greenway in Devon, you are missing a real treat. It is the summer home of one of the most famous authors of all time, Agatha Christie.
Plymouth is a city with a long history and a deep tradition of myth and legend. A guest post from the writers at Eskify.com.
People are always asking us what to do in Plymouth in the rain. That’s all the excuse we needed to write this guide.
Plymouth Hoe is one of Plymouth’s most beautiful places. Full of history and beauty, Plymouth Hoe is one place you have to visit.
Plymouth is a vibrant city that is bursting at the seams with history, culture and events. Here are five of Plymouth’s hidden gems that are worth visiting.
A classic Devon market town just fifteen miles from Plymouth, Tavistock is well worth a visit. It is the largest market town in Devon, with a population of approximately 11,599 in 2007. It is set on the River Tavy, from where it’s name derives, and is below the western edge of Dartmoor.
Plymouth’s Mutley Plain also has many good points and a hidden history that make it well worth visiting. Here they are.
Plymouth is the perfect tourist destination in Britain. As a base for days out it is unbeatable.
I like Plymouth’s Mutley Plain but certain things are preventing it from being a really satisfactory place to be.
If you’ve never been to Plymouth before, watch this to find out what it’s like here.
If you haven’t been to the Devonport Column in Plymouth yet, you’ve missed one of the best-preserved historic landmarks our city has to offer.
I’m a big fan of Plymouth, as most people are aware. But even I will admit that our city isn’t perfect; even beautiful gems can sometimes have a flaw.
Plymouth is a great place to live and work. I’ve just thought of seven reasons why.
Devon’s answer to Comic-Con came to Plymouth today. And it was cool.
In the last few days the link to a new video “See Plymouth, Love Plymouth” about our city has been going viral via social media.
Last night I attended the brilliant Devon Social Media Cafe where Ash Mashhadi revealed his ‘big idea’ to turn Plymouth into a social media powerhouse. I’m always skeptical about ‘big ideas’ but what he outlined was brilliant in its simplicity and infectious in its potential.
Have I mentioned that I love Plymouth? Okay, yes, it’s something I’m always going on about, but you know what? I’m not alone.
Part 3 of a series of articles about TV programme The Hotel Inspector and it’s visit to the Astor Hotel, Plymouth. In my last article, I discussed some of the business lessons in the show. This time, I ask: was it a fair programme or was the hotelier stitched up?
Last night saw the first airing of a TV programme that I had been anticipating for months: The Hotel Inspector. Why was I so keen to watch it? Two reasons: it was set in my home city, Plymouth, and I was in it! This article is about what it was like to be part of the show.