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The Barbican

Plymouth, England
+44 1752 255974
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Plymouth, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

No visit to Plymouth would be complete without visiting the Barbican and having a cup of tea at Captain Jack's open air table. This area is attributed to be the pilgrim exodus to American you can imagine the Mayflower leaving the dock hundreds of years...More

Thank Kelvin1503
Reviewed 1 week ago

Very convenient for the Maritime Docks. Very cosy pub/hotel, great price. Dinner was hand cooked by the chef who asked us how we would like the dishes. Very good indeed. Cost pub, warm and good beer too.

Thank Meester-Chris
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Barbican is the nightlife centre of Plymouth, with many bars and restaurants, and the daytime epicentre for family activities. The National Aquarium is a short walk away, the Citadel is open for guided tours and many boat trips originate from the harbour. It's also...More

Thank SB01
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Had a pleasant walk around here whilst visiting the city. Very pretty harbour side and lots of quaint little shops. Popped into the Plymouth Gin brewery but didn’t do the tour . Maybe next time tho

Thank Jaks123
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is the historic heart of Plymouth. Lots of shops and restaurants mingling with historic buildings and sites like the Mayflower steps; Mayflower Museum; National Marine Aquarium and the Fish Quay. Lots to do, lots to see.

Thank heatherogburn
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A wander through theses streets discovering small craft and other independent shops was a small diversion a few paces away from the Mayflower steps

Thank alanw258
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is a delightful area of Plymouth to visit. While in Plymouth we visited the are twice. There are a lot of unusual and unique shops and attractions. I would highly recommend visiting.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Parked at Mount Batten where it is free and took the ferry across to the Barbican for a very reasonable price. Waled the length of the Hoe and back to the Barbican where we enjoyed a nice coffee and cake for our morning break. Wandered...More

Thank hombre74
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Really enjoy a nose around the Barbican, it has some lovely gift shops and some amazing cafes and restaurants just a shame the swing bridge isn't working as makes getting there a longer walk on the cobbled streets from the hotel we stayed in .

Thank dieselSomerset
Reviewed 7 November 2017

Had a lovely evening drink looking over the boats. Great Jazz music playing. Great atmosphere. The Barbican has loads of character. The building date back to when the pilgrim Fathers set sail. Plenty of History.

Thank justmecatherine
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Planning is really bad and the small number of good shops and value quality restaurants is disappointing but all in all people do have a good time down here and serendipity can produce some amazingly upbeat and fun days and... More
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