Gung-hoe from Plymouth Station
One of the most popular attractions and hotspots in Plymouth is the famous Hoe - within easy walking distance of the train station. The large open space offers stunning views of the harbour and surrounding areas. There are also several historic memorials on the Hoe itself, including those for Sir Francis Drake and those commemorating both World Wars. Plymouth Sound is a natural harbour where you can relax and watch boats of all kinds plough by the Plymouth Sound.
All-round fun at Plymouth Barbican
Nestled between the Hoe and the station, Plymouth Barbican has an exciting range of facilities and activities to enjoy both day and night. Visitors can take a show at the theatre, or spend the afternoon strolling around the Mayflower Museum learning about the voyage of the pilgrims.
Explore rural Plymouth
Plymouth offers some of the most beautiful scenic and natural countryside you can imagine, including the Burrator Reservoir that offers walking and cycling paths all around, with plenty of picnic spots to stop off along your stroll. Planning a trip to Plymouth? Travelodge Plymouth Hotel is less than 10 minutes by train from Plymouth Station. Alternatively, Travelodge Plymouth Derriford Hotel is only four miles away towards the heart of Plymouth and closer to the surrounding towns and villages.