This cosy, beautifully-furnished, old terraced cottage is set on the famous West Looe Hill in a conservation area, which meanders down to the harbour of the twin towns of West and East Looe.
This delightful cottage is perfectly located for families or couples looking to tour the stunning South East coast of Cornwall with the numerous coves and fishing villages that the county is famous for.
The homely, cosy feel is felt the moment you enter this lovely cottage which is full of character, with low ceilings and steep stairs.
You enter into the relaxing sitting room which leads to the kitchen with a dining area.
Climbing the stairs to the first floor where the delightful double bedroom and bathroom are located you will notice the maritime theme that is evident throughout.
Finally it’s a climb up a steep set of stairs to the second floor to the twin bedroom.
Outside go up some steps to the patio and garden, a real sun trap and an ideal spot to enjoy an early morning cuppa, or a relaxing drink at the end of the day.
Literally a few minutes stroll down the hill will take you to The Jolly Sailor Inn, established in 1516, it is one of the oldest pubs in the UK where a warm welcome is assured.
Head over the famous Victorian arched bridge to East Looe where a wide choice of pubs, restaurants and shops, as well as award-winning takeaways, line the collection of narrow streets and offer a cross section of dining options, before making the most enjoyable stroll back to the cottage.
A walk in the other direction to the south along the coast will take you to Hannafore Point with great rock pools for the children whilst you enjoy the views of Looe Island.
Once a holy pilgrimage the site is now home to a collection of rare plants and wildlife including a large grey seal population often seen sunbathing on the rocks.
With so much to do and see in the immediate area, and the rest of Cornwall easily accessed, a stay at this delightful cottage makes for a wonderful holiday or short break at any time of the year.