The wide paved Mountbatten Breakwater with tower at the end is a favourite spot for fishing. It is also a great place to enjoy views of Plymouth Sound including the Royal Citadel and Smeaton’s Tower.
A popular destination for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks, The Bridge restaurant enjoys view of the Yacht Haven Marina and is open to the public. The restaurant offers modern European and British food with a casual waterside dining experience.
Quiet and calm are the words to describe the Mount Batten Beach in Plymouth. Given its secluded location, this isn’t the beach of choice for travellers and visitors. Even during peak seasons, the place is relatively quiet, frequented only by the locals and those in the know, and thankfully, not too many of them.
Overlooking Heybrook Bay to the left and Westlake Bay to the right, Renney Point is a hidden and secluded spot that yields breath-taking views over both bays as far as Plymouth Harbour. While there is no dedicated car park, there is ample parking space in front of the houses that line Heybrook Drive.
You may have missed this Victorian colonnade, an open front terraced summer house tucked away on the edge of the Plymouth Hoe (public park). Also known as the Belvedere Wedding Cake, it is a nice place to sit down and enjoy the view when you are not in a hurry.
It has been a while since we got into our favourite restaurant, Bistrot Pierre. Our last visit was to their Weston-super-Mare branch and since the Bath branch closed after a long struggle with the Pandemic hitting the F&B sector, we finally got our chance.
Some of the best preserved 16th century houses can be found on New Street in the Barbican, Plymouth. Thanks to the long term conservation project after World War II, these historical buildings were restored and preserved.
This little market town in Wiltshire is located on the old main road from London to Bath. We passed the place and stopped several times before, always intrigued and fascinated by the buildings, variety of shops and friendly people. On previous visits, it was more of a stop for lunch or tea. This time, we […]
We discovered by accident a little gate and some rather steep steps that took us right to the water’s edge along the River Avon. Adventuring downwards gave us some amazing views along the old riverbank at Bradford-on-Avon. If you’re in the vicinity, we would certainly recommend it as a quick stop.
Part 2 of our Christmas in Bath series, we continue to look at beautiful scenes from the beautiful Georgian City with shots taken in the evening.