Looe Holiday Cottages

This charming coastal town offers a myriad of reasons to visit for a holiday. An ideal destination for an authentic Cornish break. Its picturesque harbour, with fishing boats bobbing on the turquoise water, provides a captivating backdrop for a memorable holiday. Looe boasts stunning sandy beaches where you can relax, soak up the sun, and take refreshing dips in the crystal-clear sea. The town is also known for its rich history, which can be explored through the ancient buildings, such as the 15th-century St. Nicholas Church. Or if you prefer to explore the stunning coastline which provides plenty of opportunity for water sports, fishing or leisurely walks along the beach. This destination ticks all the boxes for a relaxing and tranquil retreat. So why not search for your ideal home away from home from our selection of Looe holiday cottages?

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our holiday cottages in Looe

This beautiful coastal town in south Cornwall is known for its picturesque scenery, wide sandy beaches, and historic landmarks. Looe hosts various events and festivals throughout the year, such as the Looe Music Festival and the Looe Carnival. Check the local calendar to see if any events coincide with your visit for an extra special experience. If you're after coastal charm, and magnificent scenic walks packaged within a quaint atmosphere then check out our Port Isaac holiday cottages. Both come with an abundance of traditional Cornish atmosphere, a perfect respite from the hustle of city life. With a wide selection of Cornwall cottages on offer, we have the ideal holiday home for you.

Here are the top five things to see and do in our holiday cottages in Looe:

Looe Beaches - a coastal paradise

Enjoy a relaxing day on one of Looe's beautiful beaches. East Looe Beach and West Looe Beach are both excellent choices for sunbathing, swimming, and building sandcastles. If you prefer a quieter spot, head to Hannafore Beach, which also offers stunning views of Looe Island.

Stroll along Looe Harbour

Take a stroll along Looe Harbour and watch the fishing boats come and go. This vibrant area is home to many seafood restaurants and cafes where you can indulge in some delicious fresh seafood dishes while enjoying the waterfront views.

Explore Looe Island - a haven for wildlife

Embark on a boat trip to Looe Island (also known as St. George's Island). This nature reserve is a haven for wildlife, including seals and seabirds. You can take guided tours to explore the island's rich history and learn about its wildlife.

South West Coast Path - always a good idea

If you love hiking and breathtaking coastal views, don't miss the opportunity to walk a section of the South West Coast Path. The path offers stunning vistas of the coastline, and there are various routes suitable for all levels of hikers.

Discover Looe Museum

Immerse yourself in the history and culture of Looe by visiting the Looe Museum. The museum showcases the town's maritime heritage, local crafts, and fascinating artefacts. It's a great way to gain insight into the area's past.

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