4 Event & party venues near Plymouth

We found 4 Event & party venues within 0 miles31 miles of Plymouth

Looking for event and party venues in Plymouth? You’ve come to the right place. All over this picturesque seaside city you’ll find a wide range of venues to host your next event, whether it’s a private celebration or party for some friends, or a big corporate event.

Plymouth has a considerable history as a commercial port, meaning that you can expect to find some historical buildings in the city, particularly along the waterfront. At Royal William Yard, for example, you’ll see a collection of grand old Royal Navy buildings that date back hundreds of years, and many of these impressive old buildings are available to host events today.

There are plenty of smaller, more intimate party spaces too. Plymouth is home to many good pubs and restaurants, and many of them offer separate rooms to hire for private events as well as private dinners. Hotels also are a good place to find versatile, blank canvas rooms that can be used to host a party, or set up for anything from a work meeting or a video conference to a networking event or drinks party.

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 Event & party venues near Plymouth
 Event & party venues near Plymouth
 Event & party venues near Plymouth
 Event & party venues near Plymouth

Burgh Island Hotel

Bigbury-on-Sea, TQ7 4BG
12.6 miles

One of a kind’ has seldom been more suitable a description than at this knock out art deco hotel on the Devons ...

Bovey Castle

Newton Abbot, TQ13 7RE
19.4 miles

If you want 5-red-star luxury, then you’ll find it at Bovey Castle. An award winning space that is located in ...

Exeter Racecourse

Exeter, EX6 7XS
31.4 miles

Located in the stunning Devonshire countryside and with a myriad of indoor and outdoor spaces to choose from, Exeter ...

Plymouth is a port city, south west of Exeter on the south coast of Devon, and the city has a long history as a port, operating as a home for the British Royal Navy for many centuries, as well as a commercial port with ferries going to various French port cities. Plymouth still has ferry links with Brittany (Roscoff and St Malo) and with Santander in Spain, and it remains the largest operational naval base in Western Europe.

Plymouth has earned the nickname ‘Britain’s Ocean City’, thanks to its long history as an important port. This also no doubt comes from Plymouth’s famous role in the founding of the United States of America - the Mayflower ship which took the Pilgrims to America departed from Plymouth in 1620. Today you can visit the Mayflower Steps in Plymouth, which mark the casting off site of the original Mayflower, as well as catch short boat trips which venture up the River Tamar.

Plymouth hosts some good annual events too, if you’re planning on organising an event around one of them. The British Fireworks Championships take place in August on the waterfront, for example, attracting tens of thousands of visitors. There’s also Pirates Weekend in May, which is excellent for families who want to enjoy two days of swashbuckling fun!

On top of all that, why not take a look at our full listings for restaurants in Plymouth? Like this list you can narrow down your search via filters to find your perfect restaurant.

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