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Types of cookies
First Party Cookies
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What can cookies be used for?
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To comply with current legislation, a cookie audit has been carried out on this website. This website uses a number of cookies to enhance the visitor experience.
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Which cookies do we use?
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First Party Cookies
Our web server may create a session cookie which is essential to distinguish you from other users whilst on this website. This will expire once you leave the site.
This website uses Google Analytics to understand how users find and use our website, to monitor visitor behaviour and to help us to update and improve the website. Google Analytics creates a number of cookies which we do not deem privacy intrusive.
Third Party Cookies
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Our unique location
The Hook & Line is situated within Plymouth's iconic Royal William Yard, the City's coolest waterfront destination. We're just one of many reasons to visit the yard, you'll find other exciting independents here, including an exclusive fashion outlet, boutique hotel, wine specialist and aesthetics clinic.
Nestled at the heart of Royal William Yard, the marina offers short and long stay berthing and a regular ferry service to bring you to The Hook & Line from Plymouth's Barbican or Cremyll in South East Cornwall.
Royal William Yard offers an eclectic mix of seasonal events, from monthly food markets, theatre and outdoor cinema experiences to live music and circus performances - all set in the architecturally stunning surroundings of Grade 1 listed, ex naval buildings.
You can reach the Hook and Line from Plymouth City Centre, the historic Barbican and Cornwall, by ferry, bus or foot.Connect with us: