Cheap Hotels in Looe
With a stay at Harbour Moon Inn in Looe (South Cornish Coast), you'll be minutes from Looe Beach. This inn is within the region of Polperro Harbour and St. Catherine's Castle.Rooms Stay in one of 5 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers, and irons/ironing boards can be requested. Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and an arcade/game room.Dining Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Harbour Moon Inn. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. A complimentary full breakfast is included.Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.
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Hotels in Looe
Discover the Cornish fishing town of Looe and enjoy traditional cuisine such as the famous Cornish pasty, explore the stunning natural environment on a coastal walk to Polperro, and go on a fishing trip from the town harbour to find your own dinner. The picture-perfect Looe Bridge traverses the River Looe, which separates this ancient town into East and West Looe.
Looe is one of the UK's most visited summer destinations, meaning that it offers a whole range of affordable hotel and accommodation options to suit families, couples and lone sightseers.
Local food and culture
One of the best things about a holiday in Looe is the opportunity to indulge in traditional Cornish food.
There are several Cornish pasty shops and vendors in Looe with a variety of traditional and more unusual flavours, providing an inexpensive and delicious lunch whilst you're on the go. Looe is also known for its many vendors selling handmade traditional ice cream, including the famous Cornish clotted cream flavour.
Looe is one of the UK's go-to destinations for finding fresh and delicious fish. If you want to have a go at cooking some yourself, you can find fish dealers selling their freshest produce most days on the East Looe Quayside. Alternatively, Looe boasts numerous independent seafood restaurants clustered around the harbour.
Every year, Looe hosts the Looe Music Festival, where major performers entertain thousands of spectators. Looe hotels can fill up during the event, so if you're interested in attending, book early. Those who find themselves in Looe around the New Year can also take advantage of the town's unexpectedly outlandish celebrations. On New Year's Eve Looe's small, windy streets become packed full of excited partygoers of all ages in fancy dress, with the evening culminating in a major fireworks display on the seafront.
For those who enjoy the great outdoors, the coastal walk between Looe and Polperro is not to be missed. On this stunning scenic route you will come across the smuggler's caves of Polperro, the Talland Church perched on top of a hill overlooking the sea, spectacular views of Looe Island, and Hannafore Beach, where children can spend hours rockpooling.
Fishing trips operate most days from Looe harbour and the 9-mile train journey between Looe and Liskeard is a great way to spend a day, offering unforgetSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION views of the Looe Valley and the Looe Union Canal.
If you visit Looe with family, a trip to the town's very own Woolly Monkey Sanctuary is well worth a visit. During the summer months you can visit the sanctuary to see Capuchin monkeys and Barbary macaques.
Several impressive stately homes can be found hidden in Looe's surrounding countryside. Visitors can admire a charming mixture of mediaeval and Tudor architecture at Cotehele, while the Grade I listed Antony House boasts an impressive landscaped garden and a large collection of original portraits, including the work of Sir Joshua Reynolds.
The world-famous Eden Project is only a 30-minute drive away from Looe in St Austell. The biodome complex houses thousands of different Mediterranean and tropical plant species and hosts art exhibitions and large-scale installations, such as the famous ‘Seed', throughout the year.
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