Walk - Plymouth Waterfront Walkway
8.7 miles (14.1 km)
Admirals Hard, Stonehouse - PL1 3RJ Jennycliff - PL9 9SW
Moderate - This is a gentle walk, and being mainly on pavement, the areas around the Hoe, the Barbican and the Mount Batten breakwater are suitable for wheelchair users and pushchairs. However, the Mountbatten Ferry is not able to accommodate wheelchairs, and the section between Laira Bridge and Mount Batten has steps and is quite steep in places.
A great family walk along a unique section of the South West Coast Path, the Waterfront Walkway is an entertaining and enlightening journey where art is used to highlight the city's history and heritage.
To check that this walk is suitable for you click here where you can find additional mapping and photographs showing gradients, path surfaces, and other detailed information.
Rusty Anchor, Plymouth
A classic Victorian townhouse adjacent to Plymouth's bustling harbour. This elegant six bedroomed property has been modernised to provide a chic, eclectic look whilst maintaining much of its originality. Locally sourced organic food. Accommodation is flexible, from long term stays, special offers, weekend deals etc. Small short haired dogs welcome.
Edgcumbe Guest House, Plymouth
Highly recommended guest house offering quality accommodation and fabulous breakfasts using top quality produce. Long established, clean and extremely comfortable, family run. Perfect base for your walking holiday. Ideally located a few yards from the sea front. En suite rooms, free wifi, digital tvs, hairdryers, generous beverage trays. Special diets catered for.
The Old Mill Cafe, Wembury
Located right on Wembury beach. A National Trust building run by sisters Jemma and Jennifer. We provide light refreshments, locally roasted organic coffee, delicious pasties from local supplier and homemade sandwiches and soup to have in or takeaway. We are open everyday until 1st November 1030 - 4.30pm