Laira Bridge Rd, Plymouth PL4 9LR, UK – 0344 387 6835
Love GoOutdoors Plymouth. The staff are always on hand to help and they're really knowledgeable in their own departments. It's great value for money and you can get a lot of really cool kit here. Sign up for newsletters and you'll get reminded of when they're having sales or additional discount weekends to save even more.
Fantastic friendly staff, quick service & sell almost everything you need from tents to fishing gear. Well worth getting the discount card, easily make your money back. They also do millitary discount on top of the discount card. Well worth a visit have a nice selection of coats, foot wear & clothes.
Plymouth Sound Club Site, Bovisand Lane, Down Thomas, Plymouth, Devon PL9 0AE, UK – 01752 862325
Lovely campsite in a great location. Site overlooks Plymouth sound and you can walk down to Bovisand - road is narrow so watch out for traffic. There is a great enclosed dog walk so you can let your dog off for a run. The village of Down Thomas is a few minutes walk away. There's a village store where you can pick up essentials and there's a lovely pub, the Mussel Inn. I look forward to coming here again.
Excellent little site for our first ever caravan experience quite a steep learning curve for us newbies but one that we shall be repeating.
Unit 29-34, Sugar Mill Business Park, Billacombe Rd, Plymouth PL9 7HT, UK – 01752 481655
I fond the range so great to shop and the great deals you have and all the staff is very helpful to. restaurant is very good and the staff is so helpful. Only thing is that restaurant is upstairs not giving you much room when you have to take your trollies with you and if you are in a wheelchairs . But it's enjoyable place to shop.
Lots of products and choice but there are two things that let this shop down. The first is the staff, an example of which on Sunday showed a gentleman buying a huge bag of compost. As he paid and lifted it to his shoulder, the bag spilt and went everywhere. The staff member did nothing, he then asked whilst we were being served, could he pick up another as his bag split? Her response was "it was the way you picked it up, I'll check with the manager". The manager Meena, naturally said yes with a far better attitude. The second let down is parking. Be aware if you park for longer than two hours you get fined £60! The shop say there are adequate signs informing customers (which are small) but with the store so big, having children with you, and a cafe area, it's very easy to overrun. Make sure you put your registration number in a folder held at Customer Services (which is something they don't make you aware of) and your registration number will be taken off the fine list with the private company they use!
Friary Retail Park, 1 Exeter St, Plymouth PL4 0HD, UK – 01752 229900
Everything for the home, excellent quality for the price, and you are able to see it and feel it (sorry Argos!) So you know exactly what you're getting. Amazing friendly and knowledgeable staff too. Well worth the visit.
This is my go to shop for homewares & soft furnishings. The cafe makes lovely coffee. The only issue I have is that most of their curtains are tab top or eyelet. Personally I prefer tape top curtains and sadly they have hardly any.
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