Deganwy Looe


Looe Valley

Looe provides an ideal base from which to visit a whole host of local attractions. You can follow the spectacular East Looe River by taking a journey along the beautiful Looe valley Railway Line to Liskeard

National Trust

there are many National Trust properties nearby, including Lanhydrock House near Bodmin, Antony House near Torpoint and Cotehele Estate at St. Dominick on the River Tamar

Eden Project & Plymouth

the Maritime City of Plymouth is only 8 miles away and is well worth a visit, not just for the great shopping and harbour, but also for the National Marine Aquarium.
Alternatively, just 20 miles to the west of Looe, St Austell and the International Visitors centre of the Eden Project provides one of Cornwalls most impressive attractions.

Looe a town with many attractions

Looe is a picturesque fishing town that has changed little over the years, this is mainly due to the nature of the surrounding countryside which has prevented over development in the area. Here in East Looe we have one of the largest fishing fleets in Cornwall and it is possible to visit the quayside most days to watch the boats unload their catch.
The town of East Looe has plenty to offer, the narrow streets are lined with small shops and places to eat that have everything you would expect for your holiday and maybe something special that’s just a bit different.
The maze of narrow streets opens out on to the waterfront which overlooks the safe sandy beach and unique banjo peer. If time on the beach is not for you then you could visit the lifeboat station, take a walk along the southwest coast path with its stunning scenery or just sit and watch the world go by.
In the evening after you watch the sunset from our terrace there are over 20 restaurants pubs and bistros in the town all within five minutes level walk.
There is a wide choice when it comes to finding somewhere to eat many offering freshly caught local fish.

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On station Road Looe we enjoy panoramic views of Looe and the rivers.