Parking is available at the Harbour Car Park and Lambhay Hill Car Park. Coaches can drop off at Phoenix Wharf and there is coach parking at Bretonside Bus Station.
Disabled access at Sutton Harbour is good but the historic quarter of Plymouth features many cobbled roads of an uneven nature. The historic Sutton Harbour Heritage Trail is a one-mile flat, circular route which features cobbled roads in some places. There are disabled car parking spaces at the Harbour Car Park.
Public toilets – including disabled toilets – are located on the harbourside at Quay Point on the southern side and at Bretonside Bus Station (Armada Way) at the northern end.
Internet access is available from a number of restaurants and cafes in Sutton Harbour and additionally from WiFi Spark. WiFi access is free for Sutton Harbour berth holders.
The Experience Card allows you to enjoy exclusive access to a wide range of discounts at some of the area’s best restaurants, bars, cafes and shops and is available for both local residents and visitors. You can sign up online to obtain a card.
Many of the restaurants around Sutton Harbour are family friendly including Rockfish, Boston Tea Party, The Stable, The Real Food Kitchen and Rockets and Rascals.
Elizabethan House is found in the Barbican area of Sutton Harbour.
The Merchant’s House is located just off Notte Street a few minutes’ walk from Sutton Harbour.
The Mayflower Visitor Centre is on the quayside by Quay Point.
Plymouth City Museum & Art Gallery is north of Drake Circus, about a 10 minute walk from Sutton Harbour.
Plymouth College of Art & Design Gallery is found at Tavistock Place a short 5 minute stroll from the Harbour.
Peninsula Arts Gallery is part of Plymouth University, and based next to the iconic Roland Levinsky building near Drake Circus, about a 10 minute walk from Sutton Harbour.
Sutton Harbour welcomes dogs but asks owners to be respectful and keep pets on a lead, as well as cleaning up after them. Many of the harbour’s cafes and restaurants are dog-friendly.
Cash machines are available at The Co-operative store on Southside Street and at the junction of Notte Street and Southside Street.
Stamps can be purchased from the Post Office located inside The Co-operative store on Southside Street.
You can find freshly caught local fish and chips shops throughout Sutton Harbour.
The Tourist Information Centre is found at the Mayflower Centre at 3-5 The Barbican, opposite Quay Point in Sutton Harbour by the lock bridge.
Visit www.visitplymouth.co.uk for comprehensive listings information.