Looe Holiday Cottages

There’s something for all the family in Looe, whether you’re a couple looking for a romantic weekend or taking the children for a week at the seaside. Our portfolio of Looe holiday cottages offers an excellent choice of Looe accommodation from the dog-friendly Pool House; a couple’s bolthole with a beautiful swimming pool to Lindos; a stunning Victorian property for 8 with an elevated deck overlooking the River.
If you choose a self-catering holiday in Looe, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to eating out, the town is packed with great pubs, cafes and some of the best fish and chips around! This vibrant seaside destination is awash with some excellent shops, art galleries and delis selling local produce.

Places to Stay in Looe

East and West Looe are divided by the River Looe and were first connected in 1411 by a wooden bridge. Today's bridge is of stone construction dating back to 1853. West Looe is the quieter of the two with a few shops and restaurants. The majority of shops and restaurants are in East Looe. 
Looe’s main beach is in East Looe in the heart of the town by the Pier and Hannafore Beach is in West Looe with lovely views of Looe Island. Most of our Looe holiday cottages are within walking distance of a beach so they’re perfect for families and a hive of activity during the summer months. We love just sitting and watching the fishing boats bringing in the day's catch which can be tasted in the local restaurants and pubs. 
Just offshore is Looe Island, accessible by boat and seasonally open to visitors. This former holy pilgrimage site is a natural bird sanctuary and thriving habitat for rare plants and wildlife. Looe Island is quite unique - there are no roads and no shops but the beaches are beautiful and the natural rock swimming pool is a must!

Choose Looe accommodation and stay in one of our holiday cottages and you have some great attractions on the doorstep too. Open the can on the town’s maritime past at the Sardine Factory Heritage Centre in West Looe, well worth a visit. Looe is just 22 miles from historic Plymouth, Britain’s Ocean City and home to the Mayflower Steps where the Pilgrim Fathers set sail on their epic voyage to Plymouth Massachusetts. 2020 marked the 400th anniversary of the voyage. Families will love The Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary, a registered charity and a safe haven for neglected monkeys worldwide. A firm favourite is The Eden Project. Just a 30-minute drive from Looe, lying in a reclaimed china clay pit, large enough to house 30 football pitches. The brainchild of Tim Smit, The Eden Project is a global garden housed in two biomes and features the largest indoor rainforest in the world! Alternatively, if you just want to park up the car and explore on foot, Looe is on the South West footpath so there are miles of coastal walks right on your doorstep.
 



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